Director of Student Ministry, East Lexington Campus
Student Ministries are our communities and environments for students in grades 6-12. We believe that every middle schooler and high schooler deserves a community where they are welcomed, known, and loved. Our goal is to help students grow in faith as they learn to follow Jesus and integrate that faith into their lives. We do this by regularly meeting together with committed and vetted adult volunteers who guide small group conversations.
As we re-launch our ministries in the summer season, we have some opportunities for Students at Grace to reconnect as we begin to meet back in person. Normal small groups on zoom will conclude the week of May 16th and all end of school year and summer events will take place in person at various outdoor locations depending on weather. Masks and social distancing will still be required, and we ask that you register for each summer event so that we can keep up with contact tracing if need be. Here is the summer calendar of events for ELXSM! Click on any of the buttons below to register for each event.
In order for students to participate in any of the in-person Student Ministry events they need to have an updated waiver for summer 2021. Click below to complete the waiver.
Get colorful with a night that is “chalk-full” of messy games and photo-ops with colored chalk powder. Wear all white for the best photos!
Come hang out on the beach with us! We'll have Spikeball, cornhole, and a few other games going on. Enjoy some snacks and some conversation, and bring a friend!
Sit back, relax, and come watch a movie with us! The cost of the event covers some movie snacks and ice cream sundaes!
You have one of the most important and most difficult jobs on the planet. We want you to know we’re here to help! We care about your kids, and we care about you too. You have more influence than we'll ever have in the lives of your teens.
So no matter how connected you are with our church, this Parent Handbook will show you some of the ways we’re trying to care for your teen and serve you at the same time.