UNITED is family!
United Youth Ministry is designed to draw middle school and high school students into a relationship with God, experience authentic community, and find God’s purpose for their lives. We love creating environments where teenagers can belong, even before they believe.
Every Wednesday night at 7pm, 6th-12th graders across Tampa Bay meetup at UNITED, where they’ll enjoy worship, message, spending time in community and small groups. So DM your friends and tell ’em you’ve got Wednesday night covered. United is on and it won’t be the same without you!
We choose to be the Church, we don’t sit back and watch. Students have gifts, and we give them the opportunity to use them!
Every weekend, United students in grades 6-12 volunteer together as the Uth Crew at Grace Family Church.
We want all families to know that our United family gathers on Wednesday nights, and instead of gathering on the weekends for Middle school services, we provide a more intentional pathway to serving called the “Uth Crew.” The Uth crew is a community of students who serve at GFC on the weekends. It is a pathway for students to extend the hope of Christ through serving on teams such as connections, zone, or clubhouse. CLICK HERE TO APPLY!
Saturday, February 13,
United Youth will Rise Against Hunger to feed children around the world! We are hosting a meal packing event where students, parents and leaders will be able to pack meals that will be shipped to families in need. We're especially excited because Rise Against Hunger partners with ORPHANetwork, our global mission partner that uses these meals to empower the local church to feed their communities. This will be an incredible opportunity to make a global impact, right here at church. Registration is limited and we are fundraising to cover the cost of the food.
Thanks for standing with United Youth as we "Rise Against Hunger."
What do I believe?
Have you ever struggled making sense of faith? Most of us either shy away from asking questions about faith or we end up believing something false. It is the job of the church to initiate conversation about what we believe by making clear truths covered in relationships. What if together we discovered the true answers to the Christian faith's hardest questions: Who is God, Who is Jesus, What is the role of the Holy Spirit and how do I understand the Bible? This month we’ll make sense of faith in a relative way.