We are a community of college students and college-aged young adults.

Together, we are discovering real life by living in community,
serving our city and our campuses, and becoming like Jesus. 



At the beginning of each semester, we connect students and young adults in our community to a mentor from Grace Midtown to form our Discipleship Groups. These groups often act as a major catalyst for spiritual growth while you’re in this stage of life. We encourage everyone in our community to get connected to a mentor for a season while they are involved with us.

SPRING D-GROUPS BEGIN JANUARY 28TH! Sign up at the link below!
Email ryan@gfc.tv for more information.

D-Group Leaders : 

If you have a passion to invest in college students, consider leading a d-group this spring. Register at gracemidtownchurch.com/college or email ryan@gfc.tv for more information. Deadline is January 22nd.


On January 19-21, the Grace Family of Churches gathers all college students and college-aged young adults for a long weekend of passionate worship, prayer, and community time to receive fresh vision and revelation for a new school year.


Every Wednesday, starting in September, we go to Clarkston and build relationships with refugee families. This is a great opportunity to serve the city and grow in understanding this beautiful and often-misunderstood group of people. Email jasmin@gfc.tv for more information.


Do you have a heart to disciple college students? Are you interested in some kind vocational ministry for your future? If so, we would love for you to spend a year with us and help us lead our college ministry. We want you to discover your specific passions in ministry, while getting some hands-on discipleship. You’ll get to lead while being led. 

The apprentice program runs from August - May each year.


Every summer, students and young adults in our community use their summer to be a part of an immersive discipleship experience. The project, based in Myrtle Beach, SC, is designed for you to continue your journey from believing in Jesus to becoming like Him. The project emphasizes living in community and explores the question of how we’re supposed to engage in the world around us.