Grace Church invites all youth to be active members of our faith community.
Grace’s Youth Ministry offers programs for all middle school and high school students (and their friends). Highlights include church school, confirmation classes and our youth mission trip. Use our youth program as a tool to help you successfully navigate your busy lives. Here are just a few ways to participate:
- Work on service projects: be a Sunday school assistant, serve at Trinity Hot Lunch, package food to send to families around the world, be part of our youth mission trip.
- Have fun at social events: play laser tag, watch movies, carve pumpkins, play video games, meet new friends.
- Help raise money for good causes: wash dogs, sell pastries, be a waiter/waitress at the Italian dinner, collect spare change.
- Find new ways to explore your faith: come to Sunday school, get confirmed, attend Diocesan youth events, be part of our youth prayer circle.
Please check our monthly newsletter, weekly announcements (print and email) and church bulletin boards for all the latest news throughout the year. Parental consent forms must be signed by a parent or guardian before attending any off-campus events.
If you have questions about our youth program, please contact Janis Greenbaum, Director of Christian Formation and Communications.
Contact Christian Formation Director Janis Greenbaum for more information about our youth programs.
Grace offers Sunday school classes for middle and high school students each Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in the youth room. Our classes overlap with the 10 a.m. worship service. Many of our youth serve in the choir and as acolytes; other youth may prefer to attend the full worship service instead of coming to Sunday school. But our classes are available to anyone who would like to come an…Read More »
Students in 8th grade and older are encouraged to be confirmed in the Episcopal Church. Our Confirm Not Conform class helps students make a very personal reflection about what the church and their faith mean to them... and then decide whether or not they want to be confirmed.
The highlight of our high school youth program is our annual mission trip. For more than 20 years, teens from Grace Episcopal Church have traveled within the United States to spend a week working serving others. For the past several years, we have worked with Habitat for Humanity. With the help of several adult volunteers, the youth begin planning the trip early in the school yea…Read More »