Grace Students exists to unite teens to Jesus and help them take their next steps. We accomplish this by providing a safe, fun environment where students can hear God’s voice.
Grace Students begins with 6th grade and goes all the way through 12th grade.
Middle Schoolers (6th-8th grade) meet Sunday mornings during our worship services. Check your campus page for specific times.
Your first visit
Students in grades 6th -12th may join Grace Students by simply attending one of our Wednesday night gatherings. All students are checked in by our friendly staff, placed in a group with their peers and assigned a small group leader who will help guide them through the night’s events and get to know them personally.
Students can expect a time of worship music and prayer, an element of fun designed to build connection with other students and leaders, teaching from the youth pastor or another leader, and a time of small groups where they can ask questions and grow in their knowledge of God and His Word.
When students check in, they can do so without their parents but we do require correct contact info for parents/guardians in case of emergency along with the student’s full name & grade.
Middle School (6th-8th grade) have two meeting times:
1. Sunday Mornings during the main worship services.
This time is designed to help middle schoolers grow in their knowledge of God and His Word. This is a structured teaching environment because we believe that words over time give a kid direction. Students can meet their class leader and their group in the back of the worship center at the start of the service. Look for the reserved seats!
2. Wednesday nights at 7pm.
This time is designed to be relational and fun because we believe that fun over time provides a student connection. Nampa Campus students meet in the Grace Students room on the 2nd floor.
High School (9th-12th grade) have a single meeting time:
Wednesday nights at 7pm.
This time is designed to be relational and fun because we believe that fun over time gives a kid connection. High School students will also experience a time of prayer, worship, and teaching from the Bible. This will intentionally address issues they deal with on a regular basis.
Nampa Campus students meet in the teen room on the 2nd floor.
Even though we do our best to be attentive to and supportive of students with special needs, we are not able to accommodate teens with severe disabilities at this time. If you are a parent of a student with significant challenges, we ask that you contact our NXT Generation Director. In most cases, the family of the student is the expert more so than we, so with that in mind we will lean heavily on the parent/guardian for guidance.