We’re here to support your family in exploring God’s truth through the Bible and authentic faith in Jesus. Our goal is to make our environments in I-5 (Birth to Preschool) and 252 Main Street (Kindergarten to Grade 5) your child’s favorite place to be! In Crossroads Kids, your children will experience relevant Bible teachings reinforced through interactive small group activities. We make safety our priority by offering a check-in system with exclusive parent identification security tags, trained security teams, and volunteers who have all passed extensive background checks. Buddies/friends are available for students with special needs.
Birth to Pre-school - Our infants to pre-schoolers (up to age 5) ministry focuses on inspiring wonder! Our team presents Biblically inspired songs, videos and crafts to share three basic truths: God made me. God loves me. Jesus wants to be my forever friend
252 MAIN STREET
Elementary Schoolers - Our elementary school-aged children attend 252 Main Street, a ministry inspired by Luke 2:52: “And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man.” We begin to dive deeper into the principles of wisdom, faith and friendship we began to inspire in I-5 all in a fun, dynamic environment. Our hope is that your child learns to turn to scripture to make wise choices, trust in God and treat others as they want to be treated.
We believe middle school is the perfect time for students to live their faith. Whether they’ve just been introduced to the person of Jesus Christ during a crazy Nerf War No School Next Day or they’re already serving consistently on the GO Team, we are there every step along the way. We do this intentionally through Connecting, Growing and Serving.
No School Next Days
Events that have a specific emphasis on being fun and for any and every middle school student to get to know who Jesus is in a new way. These events are in partnership with Carroll County Wyldlife to promote unity in the body of Christ.
- C3 Program
A small group-centered environment held at church every Sunday morning. The goal is to create a safe space for middle school students to grow in their faith and in their relationship with Jesus, leaders, and peers.
- GO Team
A team acknowledging middle school students who consistently serve. This provides an opportunity to identify, celebrate, encourage, and mentor student leaders at Crossroads.
We encourage our high-schoolers to own their faith in Jesus through learning, leading, and serving. We are focused on helping students identify and develop their talents, and discover ways to use those talents to serve those around them. We are passionate about guiding students to become a leader like Jesus in every environment they are in for life. We do this intentionally through our model of Connect, Grow and Serve.
- Get Togethers
Massive county-wide high school events that create a welcoming space for students to hear who Jesus is and have fun together. These are in partnership churches and parachurches in the county to participate in Jesus’ prayer in John 17 for the church to be unified.
- C4 Program
A small group-centered environment held at each campus. The goal is to create a safe space for high school students to grow in their faith and in their relationship with Jesus, leaders, and peers.
- GO Team
A team acknowledging high school students who consistently serve. This provides an opportunity to identify, celebrate, encourage, and mentor student leaders at Crossroads.
At Crossroads, we do not refer to our special needs community as disabled. Here at Crossroads, we advocate for people of all abilities to be able to connect in our community. We want our services, ministries and offerings to be a place where all of God’s children can come together and thrive spiritually.
Folks engaged in the All Abilities ministry at Crossroads use the word THRIVE to describe what happens when people of all abilities, uniquely created by God, connect and grow together. In an integrated atmosphere, all of God’s children can flourish – in services, ministries, groups, and offerings – as they encourage one another and thrive spiritually together in community.
Club 139 is an adaptive ministry for adults who have aged out of Capernaum. We meet the second Tuesday of each month (October – June) at Crossroads Church in Westminster, from 7 – 8:30 pm to enjoy fellowship and a short message. Our focus is on service projects and extending love and acceptance outside of the church walls.
An annual, inclusive day camp for students in grades 1-8 of all abilities! At Thrive Camp, we create inclusive environments that build connections, strengthen faith and provide unexpected opportunities… stay tuned to this space for information about Thrive in 2023!