Kid’s Ministry

The Goal of Our Children’s Ministry:

The Bible is clear that the call of Christian parents is to teach their children the Gospel. As a church, we eagerly desire to support parents in this effort. In our Children’s Ministry we seek to do much more than simply provide childcare. Our goal is to provide an environment that is safe and fun, and with the Gospel as the defining emphasis on everything we do.

Sunday Morning Children’s Ministry

Our Sunday morning Children’s Ministry takes place during our 10:00 Sunday morning service. The following is a breakdown of our classrooms:

  • Grace Newbies (Nursing mothers and 0 to 9 months)Grace Scooters (6 -18 mo.)Grace Racers (18-36 months)Grace Troopers (3 – 4yr olds)Light Warriors (K – 1st Grade)Faith Followers (2nd – 3rd Grade)Truth Seekers (4th- 5th Grade)

Current curriculum:  All children that participate in our Sunday school will be going through The New City Catechism.  The New City Catechism is a modern-day resource aimed at helping children and adults alike learn the core doctrines of the Christian faith via 52 questions and answers.

For more information about the curriculum please visit

Wednesday Evening Children’s Ministry

Our Wednesday night Children’s Ministry takes place during the Wednesday night service (7:00 pm to 8:30 pm). Our children are divided up into four groups: 0 to 3 years old, 4 to 5 years old, K5 to 2nd grade; and 3rd to 5th grade. We also have a nursing/crying room. Each group has an age appropriate Bible study, a game/play time, and a great craft!

For more information about graceKIDS, please e-mail Becky Evans.

Foundation Student Ministry

Our Mission:  Foundation Student Ministries exists to equip students for lifelong faith in Christ.

We desire to see students come to faith in Christ, grow in their knowledge and love of him, and serve His Church.  It’s our hope that students will be equipped for a life of loving service to Christ and those in the world.

We accomplish our mission through ministry events like Bible studies, small group meetings, service events, and one-to-one discipleship, which is carried out by pastors, youth leaders, and other students.

We meet Wednesday nights from 7-8:30pm.

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Contact Pastor Lucas for any further questions regarding our student ministry.

Men’s Ministry

“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.”

Proverbs 27:17

Mission Statement:

The Men’s Ministry at Grace Christian is “committed to building godly men so that we can portray and proclaim the Grace of God in our home, church, career and community.” We pursue this through a variety of initiatives, events and activities. The Men’s Ministry places great emphasis on developing relationships in and among the men of Grace for furthering encouragement and support of men in their walk with Christ.

Our Next Study Series

All through the Bible, we see stories of bold and brash men who followed God’s call into some incredible adventures. Our study will remind us that God still makes those kinds of guys.

A delicious breakfast will be served at 8am and then we’ll have a time of fellowship and faith-building.

Men, please join us as we look at Scripture to see that God has called us to BECOME GOD’S MAN.

Questions: contact Steve Lee at

Men’s Retreats

The Men’s Ministry has consistently provided retreat opportunities to Grace Christian Fellowship men, historically on an annual basis. Typically, the retreats are held in the late winter or early spring. They provide an excellent opportunity for men to share fellowship, learn from God’s word and reflect upon their walk with Christ – as well as eat large quantities of food and burn stuff.

Women’s Ministry


Several times throughout the year we have Ladies Bible studies available. They typically meet on Tuesday nights at 7:00pm. Women of all ages are encouraged to come. Mom’s are encouraged to bring their teenage daughters.

E-mail Becky Evans for more information.

Senior Adults

Our senior adults meet on the 3rd Thursday of every month for a Senior Adult Luncheon from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.

They also participate in an outreach to the community called Pack-a-Sack 4 Kids. This programs is designed to help address the problem of chronic hunger among elementary age children in our public schools, specifically, Mildred Helms Elementary School in Largo. If you’d like to help out this ministry, please donate healthy snacks that need no refrigeration or cooking. These food items can be deposited in the wooden bins located in the children’s wing of the church.

For more information about our Senior Adult Ministry, please contact Pastor Randy.