Grace Kids builds kids lives by helping them become more and more like Christ.
By partnering with families during the early years of growth, Grace Kids helps create a foundation for spiritual, emotional, and intellectual development. We create clean-safe environments that meet the developmental needs of each child. Also, we provide resources for families to support this development. Check out the Parent Que (to the right) that helps you chat about the bible lesson with your kids.
Grace Kids Elementary is a fun-filled, enthusiastic service geared to the specific needs of elementary schools students. We capture the child’s attention while training them for a lifetime of following Jesus and becoming a part of a spiritual family. It’s amazing!
We understand that families with children who have special needs may need additional support to experience life at Grace. Therefore, we offer one-on-one buddies for kids with special needs at the 9:30am Sunday Service. To reserve a buddy for your child, we encourage families to:
1) Fill out this First Time Guest Buddy Request Form (submitting the form 48 hours notice before attending service is helpful in order to coordinate a buddy). After filling out the form you will be e-mailed by your prospective buddy.
2) Attend the 9:30 service and meet the buddy in the Grace Kids wing.
If you are interested in serving with children or if you have questions, please contact Adam Dawson, the Family Life Pastor. His email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grace Students exists to create environments where high school and middle school students can discover how to follow Jesus step by step.
Grace Students is the weekly gathering on Wednesdays of the Grace Church Student Ministry. We’re dedicated to providing a place for students (6th -12th grade) to connect with God, with other students, and with committed leaders that are dedicated to seeing students grow closer to Jesus.
Doors open at 5:30pm with $1 dinners.
The service is 6:30pm - 8:30pm.
Grace Students Middle School is the weekly teaching environment for 6th–8th grade students at the 9:30am and 11am services on Sunday morning. Each week, students experience a combination of teaching and interaction with peers. Students explore their relationship with Jesus and how that can influence every decision they make.
Our weeklong, mountain top experience with God, called EXP, is Monday, July 31 - Friday, August 4 at White Oak Conference Center in Winnsboro, SC. All high schoolers and middle schoolers should go! You’d be crazy not to!
Camp EXP is the a life-changing time with great speakers, wonderful activities, small groups, camp food and exploring what God has for us! Registration is now open. Register here! The registration includes all of the release, liability, and medical forms so please allot about 20 minutes to complete it. Contact email@example.com, if you have any questions.
For specific info on schedule and details, please click here for our info packet.
To apply for a need-based scholarship, click here.
Cross Culture on Campus takes the Grace Students experience away from Grace Church and brings it to your school. Every Christ follower gets to share their faith in lots of places in all kinds of ways. Grace Clubs create opportunities for the creation of these conversations.
Looking for a great church in Chapel Hill? We want to be your church. We provide rides from campus every Sunday, on-campus gatherings every Thursday, and lots of fun events throughout the school year! Feel free to shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Grace@UNC meets every Thursday night during the school year at 7:30 in the student union room 3503. We are looking at our role on campus as a church, how we can serve our fellow students and the community, and what it looks like to prioritize God first in our current and future situations.
This semester we will be going through several different series, starting with RESET – God’s Second Chance Servants. We’ll also have a lot of guest speakers from Grace Church who will share what’s on their heart for college-aged people. There is a lot of good material to cover this semester, and we’re excited to have you with us!
We will also have monthly outings to get off-campus and have some fun – in the past, we’ve gone to the State Fair, SkyZone Trampoline Park, fishing, and more! We enjoy a strong community of students who like to get together for meals, studying, and play. It’s going to be a great second half of the school year!
Need a ride to church from UNC? We provide rides from the Hinton James parking lot and the North Campus ATMs. We’ll be on time in the Grace Church van. You won’t be confused about which van it is! Our regular schedule is as follows
Hinton James: 9 to 9:05
North ATMs: 9:10 to 9:15
Hinton James: 10:30 to 10:35
North ATMs: 10:40 to 10:45
We like to get together at least once a month to have a college student event, whether on-campus, at Grace Church, or going out on the town and doing something together. We have had an awesome bonfire, watched movies, gone to the state fair, and more! This semester we are planning to hit the Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park in Raleigh, among other things! Come be a part of the fun and make some lasting connections with a great group of people.
College students are fully embraced at Grace Church. Our goal is for college students to plug into the local church and become part of one or multiple of our on-going ministries throughout the semester. From student ministries, to worship, to short-term mission, or being part of the expanding college student ministry, we simply want you getting involved. Email Steve Heineman at email@example.com
We love connecting with and serving international students while they are here in the States. Steve Heineman is our coordinator for international student ministries. There are fun events for international students. We also facilitate friendship partners between families of Grace and international students.