Sunday Morning Connect
9:15am & 11am
Elementary kids can't wait to get to church each week! Small group leaders build relationships with a group of 8-10 kids, which is key to helping them learn to apply the Bible's truths to their lives. Activity leaders keep the kids moving, having tons of fun and remaining engaged, so they are learning at their level.
The weekend experience also includes a trip to the Big Time Theater for worship, games, video and skits to further drive home the week's main point.
Sunday Morning Elective For Kids
In addition to our phenomenal weekend worship services for kids, we offer an elective class beginning in September through May:
Precepts for Kids
9:15am & 11am | Rm 350 | Register Here
Precepts is an inductive Bible study for 3rd-5th graders that runs September-May during the 9:15 & 11am services. This year we will be focusing on Becoming God's Champion - a study in 2 Timothy. Students will discover how to be a true champion for God, how to pass the gospel onto others, and how to press on to finish strong in tough times. This classroom environment includes review games, Bible buck store and and fun while going deeper into God's word. There is a $15 fee per child.
Little STAR for Children with Special Needs
Sundays at 11am Only | Room 360
During the 11am hour on Sundays, we offer our S.T.A.R. (Special Time Activity Room), a fun and relaxing time for children with special needs, ages 2-10. S.T.A.R. allows parents and caregivers some alone time to worship or attend a Sunday Morning Connect class. Special Friends also offers shadows for all children with special needs during Crossroads' programming.
For more information about our Abilities Enabled ministry, or if you have questions about Little STAR, please contact our Abilities Enabled Manager Susan Swearingen at email@example.com or 919.981.0222 x161.
Wake Forest Campus:
The kids experience a fun and interactive curriculum, Large Group Worship and Bible Stories each week as well as an awesome Small Group time that gives kids an opportunity to talk about what they've learned and how they can apply it to their lives. Game time puts the main point into practice. If you have questions, or would like to volunteer, please contact Kid's Director Marissa Kern.