- Phone: (858) 481-0424
- Mailing Address: 13340 Hayford Way, San Diego, CA 92130
Our GPC High School Ministry is a place where all high school students are invited and welcome!
We exist to create an authentic community of students learning what it means to trust and follow God. We believe that the Gospel of Jesus is something that everyone needs to hear because it has the power to break chains and change lives. Our desire, is that every student would come to see, know, and follow Jesus with their lives. We do this by coming together as a group, enjoying coffee, worshipping God, and hearing what His word has to say.
Our Sunday morning service is at 11 am, and our Wednesday night service starts at 6:30 pm.
On Sundays our group meets during the 2nd service upstairs in the “East Wing.” For most Sunday mornings, we usually start with some casual time that includes things like playing games, talk, drink coffee and other stuff, and just enjoy community with one another. We then gather for worship through music and teaching of God’s word.
When you come to one of our Wednesday evening services you can expect to connect with other students, worship in music, and hear from God’s Word. We also have small groups where students are able to talk about things God is doing in their lives and discuss the topics that we are going through as a High School Ministry altogether.
If you would like more information ...
please visit our student ministries page: gpcstudents.com
or contact Brent Oglesby, our High School Ministry Director:
email Brent at or call him at 858-481-0424 ext. 207
How do I register my student for Grace Point High School Ministry?
Registration is simple, just-show-up! Once the student has attended once or twice, we ask them to fill out both a contact card and a medical release form. But, at any point, your student can show up on any given night to get started!
Can students get into small groups anytime?
Absolutely. Simply show up at 6:15 pm on a Wednesday to get connected.
Is there a Bible you recommend for my student to bring to Grace Point Junior High or use on their own?
There are a lot of great translations that are both Biblically accurate and helpful to understand. Our staff primarily teaches from the ESV - English Standard Version.