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Summer Schedule

Please contact Adam Hanson for more information. Email:

GraceWay Students is focused on helping 7th thru 12th grade students take the next step in their journey towards Jesus Christ, no matter where they may be on that path. And we have a lot of fun, too!

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ROC Wednesdays at GraceWay (Taking a Break During the Summer)

ROC Wednesday nights (Started Sept 30) meets most weeks from 7:15-8:45 p.m. and is open to students in 7th – 12th grade. You do not have to attend GraceWay to come and inviting friends is encouraged! At ROC, students grow as they hear God’s word, learn about Jesus, grow deeper in their faith and learn to live life together following Jesus. Wednesdays include hanging out, fun, biblical teaching and small groups. ROC (Reach Out for Christ). Come join us, please complete a registration form.

Sunday Morning Youth Education Hour (Taking a Break During the Summer)

From 10:30am to 11:30am youth aged students (7th thru 12th grades) participate in a church-wide education hour. We are learning from the Gospel Foundations curriculum student edition, which will coincides with what adults are learning at the same time. This is to encourage week-long family study and growth.

Special Events

Every year there are many special events that provide students the opportunity to explore their gifts, serve others and engage with friends while growing in their relationship with Christ. Each year we will have times of service, attend Districts Youth Conference, have middle school specific and high school specific events and more!

Opportunities to Serve

Many of our youth group members also serve elsewhere in the church. They share their musical talents on the youth worship team, help with AWANA or children’s Sunday School, and serve in other ministries at the church.

For more information or to sign-up for any of these events, contact Adam Hanson, Director of Worship & Student Ministries at

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