Through the changes that come with school, friends, significant others and family, Granger Students is committed to helping your student take steps toward Christ. We are also committed to partnering with parents as you raise students through this season of life. During the school year, we normally gather on Sundays and Wednesdays for fun activities, worship and Biblical teaching focused on the realities of being a teenager today. There are life group opportunities for students to gather with friends and a committed leader as they embark on their faith journey. Students also have opportunities year-round to serve with Granger Students, as well as other ministries of Granger Community Church. Granger Students regular weekly gatherings are now on summer break! Stay tuned to our social channels for more fun summer events and camp details.


For incoming freshmen, get all the information on moving up into Granger Students high school! This is a chance for you to learn and grow this summer as you head into your first year of high school. In this season of big changes, we want to come alongside you to help you navigate your next steps.


Granger Students Middle School is a weekly gathering during the school year where your student(s) experience high-energy worship, engaging games, hear an inspiring message and then connect in group discussions to chat about what they’ve learned and what’s going on in their lives. It’s a space for meeting up with old friends and making new ones, not to mention hanging out with incredible leaders who are committed to making the hours they spend with Granger Students the best of their week.

Sundays at the Granger Campus from 3:30-5:30 p.m. | Watch live online.
Wednesdays at the Elkhart Campus from 6:30-8:30 p.m.


Granger Students High School gatherings are the place to build authentic connections and figure out what your student’s next steps are. We get together weekly during the school year, where they’ll experience a live band and a message geared toward inspiring and empowering them to tackle whatever challenges they’re facing with God’s help—whether that’s school, family, extracurricular activities or complicated relationships. It’s a space for meeting up with old friends and making new ones, where they’ll get to hang out with incredible leaders who are committed to making the hours they’re with Granger Students, the best of their week.


  • Sundays at the Granger Campus | The weekly service is from 6:30-7:30 p.m. If you are participating in a weekly life group that meets on Sunday, those meet afterwards from 7:30-8:30 pm. If you attend a life group that meets during the week, you’re welcome to stay after the service and hang out until 8:30 p.m. The Sunday live service is available to watch online here.
  • Wednesdays at the Elkhart Campus | 6:30-8:30 p.m.


Do I need to walk my student into the building to check them in?

Dropping them off outside by the cones is perfect. We have a team of volunteers that will make sure your student finds their way to Guest Services to check-in.

Do I need a pick-up tag for my student?

No, all students are dismissed at the same time and will be waiting at the curb for you to pick them up.

Who are the volunteer leaders?

Our volunteer leaders are a group of trusted adults who have applied and gone through a background check and interview process. Any students leading within Granger Students have also been through a semester-long leadership training and application process.

Can I volunteer?

Absolutely! Get more info here.

How is my student assigned to a Life Group?

All of our Life Groups are gender-based groups. We take into account friendships as our primary source of Life Group formation. If your student is new or is looking to make some new friends, we look at your student’s hobbies, grade and school.

Can my student bring a friend?

Definitely! Your student’s friend will be welcomed into their Life Group.

What resources are available for parents?

You can utilize the ParentCue App. Through this free app you can sign up for weekly discussion cues to help keep the conversation going with your student.


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Parent Cue App

Designed to help every parent do something each week to help move their student toward a deeper faith and a better future.