Sunday Gathering Times 9am & 10:45am
 
 

Students

“So that the next generation might know…” (Psalm 78:6)

We view students as uniquely created and gifted individuals who are loved by God. It’s our desire to see young people become the next generation of leaders who are ever-seeking and ever-discovering the glory of God and His Kingdom, confident in who He has made them to be and boldly moving towards all that He has made them to do.

Grace-Monroe Student Ministries seeks to serve middle and high school students and their families throughout Walton County, intentionally reaching out to every school community in order to reach adolescents with the love and grace of Jesus, and to help disciple them into maturity.

LUG – Living Under Grace (Middle School Ministry)
Grace’s middle school ministry, called LUG (short for Living Under Grace), is home to middle school student from all over the county, and a whole host of caring volunteers. The major LUG gatherings are on Wednesday nights at 6pm during the school year, and in homes for house church throughout the summer.

LUG focuses primarily on teaching and worship, and is centered around small group Bible studies and interaction. Each of these small LUG groups are led by a couple “LUG-heads” (high school student leaders) and overseen by a parent volunteer, a “LUG-adult.” The Wednesday gatherings also mix in a bit of middle school fun and offer kids an opportunity to worship God together as a large group with fellow students. And that’s just for starters. There’s a lot more going on with LUG and we hope you’ll check it out.

Click here to check out the LUG Monroe Facebook page.

TRUE NORTH (High School Ministry)
TrueNorth is the ministry home for high school students at Grace. United in a passion for following the One who is constant and unchanging in His love for us, these students gather in large and small groups to worship, to study God’s Word, to pray, to encourage one another, and to minister to others. Students meet on Sunday nights at 6pm for fun, worship, and community. Most importantly, students are placed into D-Groups (“D” is for discipleship) where they can be encouraged, grow in their faith, and find a safe place to discuss what is going on in their life. Other weekly, monthly and seasonal activities (ministry, missions, social, and study opportunities) also take place throughout the year.

Click here to check out the Grace-Monroe True North Facebook page.

For more info about Grace-Monroe student ministries email .

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