Youth camp takes place at Highland Lakes Camp & Conference Center (HLCC) in Spicewood, TX. It is a wonderful opportunity for our youth to spend a week worshiping the Lord and building relationships with each other. They hear amazing speakers and excellent bands devoted to leading students to experience Jesus. God works powerfully in the lives of students during youth camp. Many experience salvation for the first time, while others who already have a relationship with Christ reach an even deeper level.
For more information on Journey Youth Camp, please visit www.journeycamptx.org.
The Disciple Now (DNow) weekend is a unique mid-year weekend retreat, similar to a youth camp, that involves participation by a large portion of our church. It is a great way for students to disconnect from a busy spring schedule and connect with the Lord.
Led by Christian college students from a local university, the weekend includes speakers, Bible studies, service projects and some just-for-fun activities. The students stay overnight in small groups at the homes of Grace families, but most activities are held here at Grace.
This conference introduces 7th-12th grade students to the incredible truth and reality of Jesus Christ.
Through dynamic worship and messages that cut to the heart, students making first-time commitments and those who already know Jesus personally will see that He can and will change their lives, and will be challenged to revolutionize their generation for the cause of Christ.
This is a great local mission experience where Grace joins with other Georgetown churches to serve the homeless in Austin. At 7:30 a.m, we sort food and other items at St. John's United Methodist Church in Georgetown, then head over to Austin to give these items to the homeless. This is a family service opportunity and is best suited for older kids and their parents. If you are interested in participating, please call or email Brian for more information!