Crossroads Student Ministry exists to reach students with the gospel of Jesus Christ
and disciple them to worship, walk and work for Jesus.
We achieve the first part of our goal through outreach events throughout the year, such as: summer camp, lock-in and fall kick-off. The second part of our goal is done by weekly group meetings that consist of three things. First, we have a time of fellowship to better connect with each other and make newcomers feel welcome. Second, students will hear clear, relevant teaching from the Bible. And third, students will join a small group that will give them the tools needed to make wise choices to follow Jesus.
Our church building has a high school gymnasium, so we are also able to provide time for organized games and activities each week. Students are encouraged to bring friends and hang out in the gym or sit by the fireplace in the atrium as they develop friendships with each other and with the adults who volunteer in this ministry.
Student Ministry is about living out faith not just gaining more knowledge. That’s why Crossroads provides students opportunities to serve both in the church and in the community. Students can volunteer as teacher assistants in children’s ministry, help with setting up chairs before the service and taking them back down again after as well as serve in AWANA.
Email Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information about open opportunities.