Middle School / High School

Middle School  /  High School Youth

Our goal is to grow in spirit, service, and students this year. Not only do we want to have more youth in attendance, but we want our youth to be an integral part of service and worship at Grand View. 

Sunday School

Sundays, 9:30-10:30am
All middle school and high school youth are encouraged to continue their faith journey at Grand View on Sundays with engaging and relevant studies focused on spiritual growth, friendship, wisdom, and more. 9:30-10:30am. Register at the link below and email the pdf to faithformation@grandviewdubuque.org or when you arrive on Sunday.

Middle School & High School Youth Groups

Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm
The objective of our Middle School & High School Youth Groups is to provide a safe and fun place for youth to experience Christian Community and be in a position for God to form their faith and understanding of what it means to live as a Christian in an un-Christian world. It is also training for how to be actively involved in a unique Christian Community. This is an important life-long practice that we're happy and blessed to help provide. Youth Group is a place where prayer, giving, devotion, and service to God and others is practiced. Middle School and High School Youth Groups meet weekly on Wednesdays during Christian Family Xperience, (CFX).

We come together at 5:30pm for a light, kid-friendly meal for the whole family. We learn to serve with everyone helping clean up and reset the worship space for worship at 6pm, which includes the Youth Worship Team and a short message related to the upcoming Sunday School theme from Pastor Tom. At 6:30pm, we break into small group learning sessions:
--Nursery (0-3yrs., Meadow rm.)
--Elementary Youth Group (PreK-5, Grand View rm.)
--Middle School Youth Group (gr. 6-8, room 122)
--High School Youth Group (gr. 9-12, Evergreen rm.)
-- Parent's Group (Susanna Wesley rm.)

For more information contact: faithformation@grandviewdubuque.org.

Summer Games University –  July 10 – 14, 2023 – Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA

Ages: Entering 7th Grade – Graduated 12th Grade.

Registration: $369 registration. ($79 deposit, complete balance due by June 15. The sooner you register the better chance you have of getting into your desired session and air-conditioned dorm rooms.)

What is Summer Games?
The mission of Summer Games is to engage students in their relationships with Jesus, other Christians, and local community to achieve full participation in the Church. Campers have opportunities each day to choose from 20 different breakout sessions, including everything from photography and tennis to worship tech and CSI Escape Room. The full list of sessions can be found online: sgu.camp/register-a-camper.

Interested: If you’re interested in learning more, here are some great steps to take.
  1. Visit Summer Games University website and social media to learn more.
  2. Talk to your parents about this opportunity.
  3. Think and pray if this is something you want to be a part of.
  4. Let Julia know if you have specific questions. She may not know, but can put you in touch with one of the leaders of the camp.
  5. Talk to Julia or Pastor Tom to let us know you’re interested.

Learn more:  facebook.com/sgucamp   |   instagram.com/sgucamp 

Contact Julia for more information: Faith Formation Coordinator, Julia Lieb  |  faithformation@grandviewdubuque.org  |  563-582-8875