Grace United Methodist Youth (GUMY) exists to empower, educate and equip our youth to love God, live like Jesus and change the world.
We believe that through intentionally connecting with God and others, regularly devoting time to Scripture and prayer and frequently serving our community and world, we can build a strong foundation that will support a lifelong relationship with Christ.
We offer students in 6th through 12th grade opportunities grow in Christ, reach out to others, adore our Lord and all creation, connect with their sisters and brothers in Christ and experience the love of God through their gifts, all while having an awesome time!
Youth Group: Wednesdays, 6:30-8pm in the Youth Room (third floor).
Musical worship, a message, and Life Groups.
9FIFTEEN Sunday School: Sundays, 9:15-10:15 in room 317 (third floor).
In-depth and active study of Scripture.
Confirmation 2020 will be here before we know it! Our confirmation process is an intensive weekly format that lasts over 18 weeks during the winter and spring. We have found that when classes meet on a weekly basis, there is greater consistency in overall understanding with regular review and reinforcement; connections among class members grow stronger when they meet often; and most importantly, the ultimate decision about a relationship with Jesus Christ and the church is made from a depth of comprehension that comes from the regularity of study and worship!
If your student is in 8th grade of above and would like to go through Confirmation, we want to have them! If you are an adult and want to mentor, we would love to have you too! Please email Jeff at for more info!
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