Graceway Student Ministries



We believe that Jesus is worth treasuring, worth pursuing, and worth loving with everything we have.  The purpose of Graceway Student Ministries is to come alongside parents and help push teenagers to love Christ and serve others.   We hope to provide many avenues for teens to worship and grow in Christ. Graceway Student Ministries is for 6th through 12th grade students and is led by our student pastor Kyle Gangel.

Crave is for middle school students (6th-8th grade) and meets Sundays at 6 PM and Wednesdays at 6:45 PM.

Elevate is for high school students (9th-12th grade) and meets Sundays at 6 PM and Wednesdays at 6:45 PM.Elevate 2-10

Midweek Services

Our Wednesday night service is for both middle school and high school aged students.  Midweek is a time for students to come together for an exciting service.  The young people enjoy a game to kick off the service, great worship through music, and an applicable challenge from the Bible.  We also have games and activities available before and after services.  Come out and join us @ 6:45 in the Family Life Center.

Monthly Activities

Each month, the High School and Middle School classes offer a fun, low cost activity such as bowling, laser tag, putt-putt, etc. These activities are in place to give teens a fun, safe night out away from the temptations they might face otherwise.  It also provides the students with an opportunity to grow closer together as a youth group.

L.I.F.E. Outreach

Our LIFE program is something that our teens look forward to all year.  It is a program designed to refocus teenagers on outreach by rewarding them for inviting friends to church. Each week has a fun theme and points are awarded for spirit, dressing up, inviting friends, etc.  Our LIFE program typically runs for 9 weeks in the Fall.

Summer Camps

Every summer Graceway Student Ministries sets aside 2 weeks to take the students to camp.  The middle school and high school students each have their own week at camp to focus on God and connect with their peers.


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