Grace Fellowship is committed to developing a community of youth that are growing in the grace of God, glorifying God through worship and service, and learning to think and live the gospel of Jesus Christ.

How do we seek to accomplish this in the lives of students?

Studying Scripture

Whether on Wednesday nights & Sunday mornings, our primary goal is to take students into God's Word, because it is the primary channel God gives us to know Him. In every single lesson we strive to show students that the God of the Bible is near, glorious, and incredibly relevant to every single personal and cultural issue we face.

Building Community

We want to see students grow in their relationships with their peers and with the mature Christ-followers that volunteer to help within our ministry. We seek to do this in our weekly gatherings, various events & trips throughout the year.

Making Disciples

One-on-one and small group discipleship are a crucial part of our ministry because they allow us to get to know students on a deeper level and help them apply God's Word to their lives.

Serving Others

Loving and serving others is not only a mark of spiritual growth, but it is a means to that growth. We help our students find ways to serve within the church through work days and responsibilities on Sunday mornings. We also just began a partnership with Common Ground Montgomery that will open up new avenues for missional service in the future.

When do we meet?

Youth Group meets on Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m. in Salter Hall, the white house located on 4th Ave. N. next to our sanctuary. We eat dinner, hang out and study passages from the Bible.

Youth Sunday School meets in Salter Hall on Sunday mornings at 9:45. These classes focus on helping students develop a biblical world and life view.