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.
January 17-19, 2020
WEEKEND BASH REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
WHO: All Students 6th-12th Grade
WHAT: Weekend Bash – Grace Student Ministries Annual In Town Retreat
WHEN: January 17th-19th
WHERE: Grace Bible Church
For registration to be complete:
Please follow this link and complete the online registration form.
Middle and high school students meet at 10am for worship and Bible study in the Student Center
WEDNESDAYS - THE STUDENT CENTER
Wednesday Night Programming
Each Wednesday evening we meet in small groups from 7:00-8:30pm.
This is a time of fellowship, worship and Bible study.
Wednesday Night Dinner
Every other week will be BYOD (Bring Your Own Dinner) at Grace from 6:15-7pm for all students. This is an opportunity to bring a meal and hang out with friends and small group leaders before the small group portion of the evening.
On the weeks when we do not have BYOD, all 9-12th grade students are invited to a local restaurant from 6:15-7pm for dinner before coming to church for small group. We will remind them of the dinner location on Sunday and announce in the weekly email.
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.