Students are a dynamic and vital part of the Greystone community. Representing a number of area middle schools, high schools, colleges and universities, our youth and college-age students possess a wide-range of unique interests, gifts, and talents that enhance our life and ministry together as a church family. Through our student ministry, we strive to create a space for teens and young adults to learn and grow in their faith through worship, study, and open discussion; to build community with one another and with the larger church body through fun and meaningful fellowship experiences; and to join alongside God by engaging in ministry and the sharing of God’s love within the church, the greater Raleigh community, and throughout the world.

If you would like further information, please feel free to contact April Alston, Interim Associate Minister with Students, at (919) 847-1333 or For up-to-date information on regularly scheduled programming, special events and upcoming opportunities, see the church calendar.

Equipping through Discipleship

Sunday School

Sunday School classes allow middle school, high school, and college students to engage in Bible study with their peers in an environment that encourages active discussion, personal reflection, and participation in Christian community.

9:45 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.: Gathering and Fellowship – Building E (upstairs)

10:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.: Sunday School

  • 6th – 8th Grade – Leigh Ammons, Todd Muncie, and Cathy Perkinson – Building E (upstairs)
  • 9th – 12th Grade – Youth Room – Kim Eshleman, Andy Hunt, Dustin Tuttle – Building E (basement)
  • College – Annie Hardison-Moody and Will Moody – Building E (upstairs) (Meets only during Summer and Winter breaks)

Sunday Night Youth Gathering

On Sunday evenings, during the school year, Youth gather from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. for fellowship and a variety of rotating activities including:

  • Youth Choir
  • Bible Study
  • Small-Group Discussion
  • Missions Projects

Wednesday Night Live

Greystone’s Wednesday night programming includes something for all ages and interests. After a church-wide fellowship meal, students meet in the Youth Room for fellowship, study and discussion.

Building Community through Fellowship

Greystone Baptist Church values community and we offer many opportunities for students to build and strengthen bonds with their peers and also to participate as an integral part of the larger church community. Fellowship opportunities for middle and high school students include:

  • Fall Retreats
  • Ski Trips
  • Beach Retreats
  • DiscipleNOW Retreats
  • Mission Trips
  • Camp experiences
  • Trips to NC State Fair, Carolina Hurricanes games and other community events/activities
  • Christmas parties
  • Lock-ins

Additionally, students are encouraged to interact with the wider church family and contribute to the life of the church through activities such as:

  • Wednesday Night Church-wide Fellowship Meal
  • Worship Participation and Leadership
  • Participation and service in church-wide social gatherings and special events

Ministering through Missions and Service

As our mission statement proclaims, at Greystone Baptist Church, every member is a minister, and this mission includes our students. Middle and high school students are encouraged to take part in service opportunities both within the church and out in the community. Opportunities include:

  • Summer mission trips
  • Special missions projects with community partners
  • Leadership and service opportunities with church ministries, teams and events

College-Aged Ministry

Whether you are local or visiting home from work or study in another city or state, Greystone welcomes you. We offer both fellowship and Bible study programs for college-aged students. Opportunities are focused around Winter and Summer breaks for college students and include Sunday School and social gatherings.

Information and Forms for Students and Parents

Campus Map

Greystone Map
Youth Sunday School and Sunday/Wednesday Evening Gatherings – Building E (Classrooms and Basement)