12 to 19 years old
Teens can get caught up in their failures and easily become entangled with the pleasures of the world; social media, pornography, alcohol, drugs, sexuality, and other sinful pleasure. This leads to feelings of disillusionment and emptiness. They begin to realize that there’s something missing in their lives and hearts and start looking for something to fill the void.
It is the mission of Teen Ministry to lead teens to answer the question, “Who am I in Christ?” It is the heart of the leaders to look at each teen individually and to help teens find their place in this world, their calling, and most importantly to find their identity in Christ.
When: We meet the third Saturday of the month and last Sunday of the month
Where: Greater Grace Malta, Outreach
Youts (Young Outstanding Upstanding Tender Souls)
10 to 14 years old
The YOUTS Ministry at GGCC is geared towards preteens and young teens. Our message focuses on the challenges that YOUTS experience in their daily life. There is a snack, Bible teaching with a memory verse, and an engaging activity. The curriculum we are using is called, “Who Am I and What am I doing here?” by John Hay and David Webb.
YOUTS love to be active, so we are play a lot of dodge ball, Frisbee, or Can Jam. On Saturdays, we might gather in the park and play ultimate Frisbee, laser tag, or soccer. We engage Youts with board games, skits, and videos that reach the heart of the teen and whatever they are experiencing in the world.
Our vision and purpose is to disciple YOUTS to begin the journey to become mature, spiritual leaders with a heart after God.
When: Every Wednesday from 7-8 pm and the third Saturday of the month
Where: Greater Grace Community Church
“I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.” 3 John 1:4
College and working age young adults (18 and over)
Our Vision is to help young adults find their place in the body of Christ because statistics show that they ultimately leave the church for feeling a lack of connection. We want young adults to find a place in the church body where they can connect and serve, find a calling, and find a home.