Our Ministries

No matter your stage or season of life, there is a place for you at Grace! Your family is always welcome here.

  • Grace Kids is designed for ages 6 weeks old through 5th grade. Our desire is to teach kids about who God is and how His word applies to their lives in creative and memorable ways. Through engaging teaching, supportive environments, and close knit small group times, we guide kids towards a better understanding of what it means to have a real relationship with God. We want kids to know that the Bible is full of interesting stories that matter in their lives today, that fun and games are definitely allowed at church, that worship can be full of loud music and silly dancing, and that there are adults in the church who truly want to love and lead them closer to Jesus. In other words, we want them to know that where God is, life is a lot more fun!

  • If you spend any time around our church at all, you'll quickly learn one thing: we love students. They're smart. They're funny. They're bold. And they're bursting with potential. We truly believe that the middle and high school students in our midst are world changers in the making. Our goal in Grace Students is to create environments where students are encouraged to make wise choices, positively influence their friends, and experience personal ministry through serving others.

  • For our 18-20-somethings, we want to hang out with you! The Well is our college & young adult ministry that encourages community centered around the pursuit of Jesus Christ. This is the place to be, no matter if you are in or out of school.

  • Young or old, Christian or not, single or married, man or woman—we've got a place for you! We have plenty of engaging events, gatherings, and groups designed to build the faith and community of our adults.

The Pathway

At Grace our mission is to glorify God by fulfilling the Great Commission. The purpose of the pathway is to help you live out this mission in your life. You can identify where you are on the pathway and then identify the next steps you need to take to continue to move forward. When you reach 'calling', you can begin to walk the pathway again with someone else, realizing that you never “arrive.” Walking the pathway with someone else is living on mission!