King's Grant Presbyterian



KGPC Youth learn what it means to be part of a Christian community, and how that applies to each aspect of their lives. Our goal is to help you to

grow and mature

as a follower of Jesus Christ through classes, groups, and travel opportunities. 

Sunday Evening

Youth Fellowship

Our youth group meets every Sunday evening for fellowship, fun, and faith formation.

Middle School youth meet from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. for fellowship hour then have dinner with the High School youth from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.

High School youth share a meal with the Middle School youth from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. then break out for fellowship from 7:00  to 8:00 p.m..

Sunday Morning

Faith Formation

Cultivate a stronger faith with our enrichment opportunities on Sunday Mornings! Middle and High School Students gather at 9AM in the Youth Rooms to discuss faith and enjoy donuts. 


Conferences & Summer Trips

Each summer, we attend Massanetta Middle School Conference (usually in June) and Montreat High School Conference (usually first week of August) to develop our faith and have fun.


Music Opportunities

Our youth program incorporates instruments, movement, and singing on Wednesday evenings.

  • Wednesday 5:20 – 6:00 p.m. | 6th – 12th grade | Guitar, bass guitar, drums, keyboards, and singing; similar to a band

Older students are intentionally welcomed to join the last few minutes of younger groups to assist them, review skills, and be ready to move on in their group. 

Youth handbell (6th – 12th grade) rehearsals and worship participation occur periodically throughout the church year.

Other Opportunities

Third Sunday Small Groups

Every third Sunday of the month, we host small groups that can meet on or off site between 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. They are led by intentionally developed leaders who engage youth where they are with age-appropriate and stage-specific topics.

Local Service Projects

These are offered regularly to encourage our youth to grow in their faith and develop Christian leadership skills.

Confirmation Program

Students 7th grade and above take responsibility for their faith by learning more about the PCUSA theology and spirituality. These youth attend mission projects, classes, interfaith worship services, a retreat, and meet with adult mentors from the congregation for a three month period to prepare them to become members.

All Events

See our KGPC calendar for a complete list of youth events or contact Faith Formation Director Amanda Pine.