Students Grade 7-12
Getting through Junior High and High School can be a very stressful time in your student’s life. However, we believe that they were created to find hope and joy by walking faithfully with Jesus, even during trying times. At Grace Youth, we exist to help Junior High and High School students find and follow Jesus. This means that we want to provide a safe place where your student can be rooted in God’s Word so that they can be transformed by the renewing work of the gospel. We also know that parenting is a team effort. Our goal is to faithfully partner with you as your student(s) grow in their walks with Christ. We do this through open communication, as well as gathering resources to help keep you up to date on cultural changes and trends facing our youth.
What's Going On
May 14 | 6:45-9:30 PM
Join us for our Refine Conference, where we want to equip Grace56 & Youth parents for the work of discipleship in the home by providing bible teaching and addressing issues common to parenting a teenager. Across the board, parents feel overwhelmed, unqualified and unequipped when it comes to pushing their kids to follow Jesus during the teenage years. Specifically, we want to help parents engage the topics of technology in the home & busyness culture. We also want to create space for parents to ask questions and connect with others! Register today!
WHEN: Friday, May 14, from 6:45-9:30 PM
WHERE: Anderson Campus Main Auditorium
Email AllisonFrank@grace-bible.org with any questions!
What to Expect
Anderson Wednesday 979:
Anderson Youth Gathering:
Sunday mornings with Grace Youth include a gathering at the Anderson Youth Gym. This time incorporates worship, fellowship, and the study of Scripture. These times are tailored to 7th-12th graders in a way that helps build an understanding of what it means to abide in Jesus in their communities.
979 is our weekly Bible Study in homes around town for 7th-12th graders on Wednesdays from 7-9pm, where we engage with students in activities, games, and the Word. Our goal is to provide a Christ-centered community for students to grow deeper in their relationship with God and to empower them to share their faith outside of the church walls.