Our church family loves to connect on Sundays, but once a week is just not enough!

Children’s Ministries

We see our children’s ministries as a necessary help to the family. While the family is primarily responsible to raise children (Deut. 6:6-9), the church is responsible to help families and reinforce their efforts (Titus 2:2-8). We take this responsibility seriously, and seek to offer help in numerous ways.


We are a growing church, so our fully equipped nursery is a bustling place! Come meet smiling parents and boisterous babies at one of the most exciting places at Grace! The nursery is always available, and we provide childcare during the main worship service.

Children’s Church

After joining their parents for the first part of the Sunday service, children are dismissed to children’s church. Our lessons are biblical, interactive, and age-specific. Our program also includes snacks, activities, and a monitored use of the restrooms. We ensure that 2 workers are present at all times, and each worker has been carefully screened and trained for working with children.

Children's Activities

We offer a variety of activities for children throughout the year, including an Easter egg hunt, fall harvest party, summer Vacation Bible School, and ice skating adventures!

Interested in serving in Children’s Church?

Every believer has a place at Grace

Youth Group

The middle and high school young people at Grace meet for an activity on a periodic basis. We also study the Bible together Sundays at 11:00 am. Come and be a part of our youth group!

College and Career Group

Few things are as essential for young singles in NYC as close fellowship with other Christians. Our C&C group finds vital encouragement in our times together. We meet biweekly for Bible study and manage to meet for coffee as much as possible.

Men's and Women's Fellowships

The men and women of Grace meet once a month on Saturday mornings, usually over a delicious breakfast entrée! We discuss a topic that pertains to our life situations and connect in this vital pattern of fellowship.