Engage! is our middle school program for GBCYM.

Engage! meets every Wednesday night throughout the school year from 6-8pm.  Our night consists of games, worship activities, a large group lesson, an activity to reenforce the lesson (Team Time), small group time, and the Raffle.

The Raffle is an incentive program to encourage students to come, bring their Bibles, invite friends, memorize verses and serve.  

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       In Engage!, we have been going through series based lessons from the Grow Curriculum.  These lessons combine Biblical teachings with practical life challenges.    These are the series we will be covering this year:

       Do you have any friendships you can really count on — the kind of friendships you might call your "lifelines?"God designed us to have friendships we can trust, but God also knew we'd need some help figuring out howto build friendships that are lifelines for each other. In this 4-week series, we'll look at the kind of friendship Jesus models for us: friendship that lets us be real, gives us a chance to grow, gives us a group when we feel alone, and can even change the world.


9/18- Godly Friendships Let You Be Real.

9/25- Godly Friendships Help You Grow.

10/2- Godly Friendships Never Leave You All Alone.

10/9- Godly Friendships Can Change the World.

       How many times have you compared yourself with someone else today? Seriously — see if you can count. Whether it's their stuff, their looks, their skills, or their popularity, we can't help but notice all the things other people have, and how those things compare to all the things we wish we had. But in this 4-week series, we're going to focus on four things that God has given to every single one of us. You have a past, you have today, you have a future, and you have a family. All four of these things make you valuable and uniquely you.


10/23- You Have a Past.

10/30- You Have Today.

11/6- You Have a Future.

11/13- You Have a Family.


          Fun Nights are a night of youth group that are geared towards just having fun!  Students work very hard throughout the school year, and we want them to have opportunities to just have fun.  During these nights, we will have video games, board games, themed nights, food, and much, much more!  These nights are also great opportunities for our students to invite friends to youth group in a very nonthreatening nor intimidating way.