Following Jesus means growing as a disciple. Our ministries aim to help people learn to follow Jesus in the specifics of their lives. The primary way we do this is through our Community Groups as people live in community, open the Bible, and care for each other. But our ministries aim to supplement that discipling work in specific categories:
We hope to come alongside parents to help kids learn about Jesus and to support parents in their God-given task of raising their children. Kids Ministry exists to disciple our children, and to equip parents to disciple them as well, this for God's glory and our joy. Get connected.
The middle school and high school years are a critical time as students learn to understand Jesus and what it means to follow him. Our youth group helps students take ownership of their relationship with God and learn to study the Bible and serve the world around them. The ministry meets regularly for teaching, service, and fun. Get connected.
College Age Ministry
Our College Age Group is made up of men and women between the ages of 18-25 who gather together for Bible study, fellowship, to share life, and to encourage one another. Get connected.
Our womens ministry aims to help women disciple other women across generations and life experiences. Teaching events aim to equip women to think biblically about what it means to follow Jesus and social contexts aim to connect women relationally for fellowship and support. The ministry often runs Bible studies in various places throughout the city as well as hosting larger corporate events throughout the year. Get connected.
The mens ministry exists to connect men to one another as they follow Jesus together. Teaching is geared specifically to current issues and challenges men face and team building events help men form strong friendships. The ministry often holds regular breakfast meetings along with occasional cookouts and other events. Get connected.
The worship team at Cross of Grace consists of the band, audio, and visual teams. We seek to proclaim the glory of God, in the person and work of Jesus Christ using Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, publicly and privately. (Ephesians 5:19; Colossians 3:16) Get connected here.