KidsCrossing

Join Us This Weekend

When you bring your family to church, you’re doing more than just that: you’re joining a community. Sometimes, that feeling of community can be hard to find when juggling work, school, and all of the other things that come with raising a family.

However, if you live close to one of our campuses, there’s a good chance you’re also close to other families who attend The Crossing. Our hope is to be able to connect you with a few other families so that you can get to know one another and begin doing life together.

For kids over the age of two, KidsCrossing includes:

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Relatable and age-appropriate worship songs

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A "teach" from one of our kid-friendly communicators

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Small group time to connect and unpack the “teach”

That means, in the middle of all the fun, they get something fresh from the Bible to help them grow in their relationship with God

If you’re ready to bring your child to KidsCrossing for the first time, you can pre-register below.

First Time? Fantastic! We Make It Easy As 1, 2, 3

  1. Let us know you’re coming

    If this is your child's first time joining us, save time by filling out our pre-registration form. This will make the weekend check-in process quick and easy, so your child can jump right into the fun!

    Preregister
    Step 1 - Preregister
  2. Show Up A Bit Early (We’ll Be Ready for You)

    When you walk into one of our buildings, look for the sign that says, “New Families Start Here.” Easy enough, right?

    Then, one of our team members will connect with you and answer any questions you have (we recommend arriving around 20 minutes before service). Then, we'll guide your child to the room designed just for their age group.

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  3. Leave the fun to us

    When parents leave the scene, our well-trained, background-checked volunteers are there to help kids get their bearings and start having a good time.

    When you pick up your child after service, there's a chance to meet their small group leader and leave equipped with ways to keep the conversation going.

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