RISE up and REACH out. The vision of the Grace Youth is to produce students whose lives are characterized by a transforming faith in God, a love for one another in relationships and a commitment to serving each other, the church and the community to bring others to faith in Jesus Christ.
RISE and REACH
RISE (grades 6-8) • Sundays • 9:15am • Live Oak Building, The Loft
REACH (grades 9-12) • Sundays • 11am • Live Oak Building, The Loft
*In 2017, RISE will not meet on November 26, December 24 and December 31.
*In 2018, RISE will not meet on April 1 or May 27.
RISE is our ministry to students in grades 6-8. These gatherings include worship through music, biblical teaching, prayer and discussion groups.
REACH is our ministry to students in grades 9-12. These gatherings include worship through music, biblical teaching, prayer and discussion groups.
Life Groups are our midweek Bible studies and are divided by grade level. They meet in different locations and are a place for students to develop strong friendships with their friends and leaders, study God’s Word and grow in their relationship with God.
Grace Youth students are invited to a night of worship.
A retreat for juniors and seniors. This is a great opportunity to learn more about following God in college and the rest of your life. You’ll also grow closer to other students, leaders and God.
Students spend a weekend experiencing an unforgettable drama, hilarious fun and games, dynamic worship and phenomenal teaching, drawing them closer to Jesus and building relationships with others.
Each spring break, Grace Youth provides opportunities for students to serve at home and around the world. Past trips have included work with Mission: Possible!, YWAM in inner-city Houston, and orphanages in India.
Students who have completed grades 6-11 are invited to experience a totally tubular week at summer camp that could radically grow their relationship with Jesus and also develop some pretty stellar friendships with their peers and leaders. They’ll experience one of the biblical narratives in an unforgettable way through games, drama, teaching and worship.