...there is in my heart as it were a burning fire shut up in my bones, and I am weary with holding it in, and I cannot. - Jeremiah 20:9
Welcome to IGNITE!
Our Middle & High School
Student Ministry at GRACE!
Sunday School meets each week on Sundays at 9:00 AM.
Middle School students grades 6-8 meet upstairs in the office area by the boardroom. Taught by Matt & Tracy Draudt.
High school students grades 9-12 meet at the Youth House (Beacon) taught by Curt & Lisi Cuckler
IGNITE welcomes all students in grades 6-12.
We exist to help lead students to become strong and devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Our goal is to teach them important Biblical foundational truths that will not only help sustain them through middle school & high school, but well beyond.
Parent volunteer opportunities are always available. Contact the church office if you want to find out what areas are needed.
IGNITE meets Sunday nights beginning Sunday, September 9 - April 14, 2019 from 6:00-7:30 PM at the Youth House for games, music & food, large group & small groups. We will be having events during the summer.
VBS Sunday, July 8- Thursday, July 12 6:30-8:30 PM.
Register in the Atrium by Sunday, June 24 if you can be a helper.
Mini Golf Westerville Golf Center 450 W Schrock Rd. Westerville 43081 Sunday, August 5 from 1:30-3:30 PM followed by Ice cream at Dairy Queen State St. Westerville. 43081.
Register in the Atrium by Sunday, August. 5.
To see every middle and high school student in our community experience the grace, hope, and purpose of the Gospel.
To foster a Gospel-centered community of parents, leaders, and students that:
Grow in their love of God
Extends that love to their neighbors and friends & service those in need
Gospel-Centered- Encourage spiritual growth through the study and discussion of the Bible.
Joy filled- Provide a supportive, fun, loving environment where students are known and cared for.
Outward Facing- Fostering a community where Christian and non-Christian students alike feel valued and respected.
Mercy Minded-To extend the grace we've experienced to others throughout our community by serving those in need.