Grace Kids


  • Nursery

    We know that not every age is ready to learn at the same level. During the Sunday school time and the time of gathered worship on Sunday mornings there is a nursery and toddler room available to families.  Question about Nursery?   CONTACT

  • Sunday School

    Following Grace's overall commitment To Know the Triune God & to Make Him Known, the goal of our Sunday School program is to provide a solid Sunday school curriculum for the entire congregation.

    Our children's Sunday school is organized in such a way as to better facilitate an understanding of the Scriptures, in addition to making the Bible applicable to everyday life. We are currently teaching a 4 year program with The Gospel Project.

    Each Sunday from 9 to 9:45 AM our students are taught the stories of the Bible and how those stories teach us about God and about Jesus. The curriculum runs from Genesis to Revelation, but it doesn't matter where you jump in, each lesson has something unique to learn. 

  • AWANA

    From September through May, AWANA (Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed) meets on Wednesday nights from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM for elementary and preschool age children.

    The program is divided into the following age groups:

    • Puggles: children ages 2 to 3
    • Cubbies:  children ages 4 to 5
    • Sparks:  children from kindergarten through second grade
    • TNT (Truth & Training): children from third grade through sixth grade

    The age appropriate activities include song time, handbook time (Scripture memorization & lesson questions), counsel time (Bible lesson or story) and game time.


    AWANA is directed by Sarah and Colin Bartholomew.   CONTACT

Teen Ministries

Sunday Mornings:

Each Sunday at 9 AM during the school year we offer middle school and high school studies that focus on learning the Bible and how to apply what it says to everyday life. 


Midweek Gatherings:

Our teens -- called Teens For Christ (TFC) -- also meet together midweek for games, community, teaching and bible discussions. These midweek gatherings provide more time for conversation and building community, but are also designed to help our teens think through what it means to be a Christian in all of life.


Upcoming TFC Events


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