We believe families are the primary environment for making disciples. Our desire is to equip moms and dads to disciple their own children as followers of Christ. We do this by providing a family worship guide that prompts parents in discussions with their kids. We also offer periodic seminars and classes for disciple-making parents, and share resources with parents that nurture their children in the gospel.
While the lion’s share of the discipleship process is the responsibility of parents, it is important that our secondary students have an identity that is their own. Crosspointe middle and high school students meet in weekly d-teams on Wednesday nights from 6:30-7:30 to study who God is.
They also gather on a monthly basis for a ministry project and/or a time just to hang out and be together. Our students have cleaned out clothes closets, washed windows at a nursing home, painted playground equipment, and done random acts of love in our community.
As a teenager, our students have access to peers who are exploring new things and thinking in new ways. We try to lead our students to pray for those they are close to that need Jesus.
Crosspointe Kids meet for “Kid's Worship preview at 10 am. Here we play a quick game and give the kids things to watch for during the worship service.
Each week from 6:30-7:30 pm Grade School Kids will meet for one hour; which includes:
A Lesson from the Gospel Project