Veritas Student Ministries - grades 6 - 12

Youth Group

Sundays 3:00pm-5:00pm (during the school year months - meeting times may vary over the summer)

  • 3:00-3:30pm Hang Out Time
  • 3:30-4:00pm Game Time
  • 4:00-4:30pm Biblical Teaching
  • 4:30-5:00pm Small Groups

Youth Group meets on Sundays in Fellowship Hall (Near the main office entrance of GCC) for fun games, challenging Bible Lessons and Small Groups. Come and bring your Friends! This is a great time to get connected and to introduce your friends to a place where they can hear about Jesus and meet other authentic Christians that are also learning how to be followers of Christ. Join us any time, every teen is welcome.  We look forward to seeing you soon!

Sunday School (Weekly, except for the first Sunday of every month)

Time: Sundays 10:45am-12:00PM

This semester we will be kicking off a youth Sunday school that will meet during the 10:45am worship service (excluding the first Sunday of the month when we will all attend the worship service together). During Sunday School, students will be given the opportunity to dive into the Bible together and ask questions about how to study the Bible and how to apply Scripture to our lives today. The three main goals of Sunday School are: 1) Learning how to Learn (equipping students with skills for studying the Bible), 2) Learning how to Live (understanding how to apply the teachings of the Bible to our lives today), and 3) Learning in Community (growing in fellowship with others and recognizing that the Christian life is meant to be lived out in our relationships with other people). Breakfast is provided at the beginning of class! All teens are welcome and we hope to see you there!  


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Upcoming Events

  • Youth Group Series: Metamorphosis

    Sundays, January-March

    In this series, we are going to be studying the before-and-after stories of people in the Bible whose lives were radically transformed by their encounters with Christ. As we look at the testimonies of people like Peter, Martha, Paul, and others, we will also have a chance to explore how our own lives ought to be transformed when we encounter Christ in real and meaningful ways. As different as the caterpillar is to the butterfly, so too can our lives look different when we allow God to transform us from the inside out.