Grace Student Ministry helps high school and middle school students Believe, Grow, and Go.
Grace helps people grow as disciples in five ways: worship, fellowship, learning, serving, and sharing. Grace Student Ministry disciples in all five ways. These years are the most formative years in a student's life as they begin make decisions that will shape the rest of their lives. We feel privileged to walk alongside students during this time continually pointing them to Christ.
GSM is now meeting in person on Sunday Mornings!
Please note the following regarding Sunday morning service:
Students are invited to assemble as early at 9:45am in the circle drive for a few minutes of hang out time.
Sunday Service is held each week from 10-10:40am. These services will also be streaming for those students that would prefer to watch from home.
Students are asked to enter/exit the Student Center through the door at the top of the ramp in the circle drive on the south side of building.
Chairs will be spaced according to social distancing guidelines.
Students will be asked to wear a mask during the student service.
WEDNESDAYS | Grace Bible Church | 7-8:15
Wednesday Night Programming
Wednesday Small Groups moving back to GRACE!
We are excited to announce that as of October 7th, Wednesday Small Groups are moving back to Grace. Each Small Group will be assigned a room/area where they can meet as a small group. Students will be asked to social distance and wear a mask while in the church. We will enter through the Commons and go directly to our assigned area. Small Group discussion is based on the content of the Sunday lesson. The Student service is streamed each Sunday and a recorded version of the lesson is available.
One Wednesday of each the month all students are invited to Grace for an all student event:
This annual event – in the theme of the popular television show by the same name – is scheduled for November 14th. Students form teams of 4 and participate in challenges through out the day that take them to different parts of the city. We encourage our students to use this as an outreach event, inviting friends that might not already attend church. This year our middle school students are invited to participate and teams with middle school students get extra points!
Amazing Race to do List
-Form a team of Four…come up with a fun and creative team name. Teams with MS students get extra points!
-Each team is responsible to find their own driver. Driver can be small group leader or a parent. Driver must be at least 22 years old.
–Complete this form to register your team.
-Each participant needs to turn in a Liability Release.
-Cost of event is $30 per person. Checks made payable to GBC with ‘Amazing Race’ noted in the memo line.
Here is the lesson from Sunday, October 25th.
We are committed to reaching students with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Through teaching, small group community, events, and discipleship we hope and encourage students to believe and accept Christ as their Lord and Savior.
We aim to help students grow in their faith and personal relationships with God.
Our goal is to help our students navigate the rough waters of middle school and high school with God as their purpose, guide, and sustenance. We do this with a variety of methods and opportunities: Sunday teaching, Wednesday night small group bible study, service and outreach projects, mission trips, discipleship with leaders, community with other students, etc.
We want to teach and equip students to go: the how and why of being a part of God’s mission to proclaim the coming Kingdom both here in Dallas and in the world.
We do that through our Sunday morning and Wednesday night teaching and discussion times, service projects, events, Missions Sunday, and our summer mission trips to the Dominican Republic, Missouri, and New Mexico.