Youth

We are committed to connecting others to Christ, especially students! Our Youth Ministries challenge and encourage teens to be active members in the church and our community, while guiding them on their faith journey.

Whether you are curious or committed, we have created an awesome space for students to explore their faith alongside their peers. Come hang out and enjoy meaningful conversations, learning scripture, and playing fun games.

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Stay up to date with upcoming youth events and meetings:

Download our upcoming monthly calendars here.

October 2019

November 2019

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We have moved our weekly text blast to the Remind app! Find us by searching for @gpcjam and @gpcamplify in the Remind mobile app.

If you have any questions regarding our youth programs, please contact our Director of Youth Ministries, Josh Ferreira.

JAM (grades 6-8)

Tuesday evenings: Our junior high group meets from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the student ministries building. This is a time where 6th-8th graders can come and feel free to be themselves! We play games, do fun activities, engage in meaningful conversations, and dive into scripture to learn more about our loving God. JAM is great place for students to come and can feel cared for by our team of volunteers while enjoying time of fellowship with their friends!

Sunday mornings: In addition to JAM, junior high gathers during our 10:00 a.m. church service, beginning after the children are dismissed to Sunday School. We've got Bible exploration. We've got games. We've got DONUTS! Now all we need is you!

Amplify (grades 9-12)

Sunday evenings: Our high school group meets from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the student ministries building, and is a time where 9th-12th graders can start to explore their faith on a deeper level. We have a tremendous team of advisors who are here to lead and love these students as they enter some of the most exciting years of their lives. Sunday nights are a blast, and we hope to see you there!

Serving

Throughout the year, our students have opportunities to participate in projects aimed to help better understand what it means to serve others. We've provided school supplies to local students and teachers, raised money for children in developing countries by hosting the World Vision Walk for Water, and travel to Mexico over Spring Break to support community organizations already doing Kingdom work.