The Crossing Student Ministry (6th – 12th Grade)
The Crossing Student Ministry is a place where students will grow to understand that they are known, valued, and loved by God and by us. It is our desire to partner with parents and families in awakening a generation to advance the kingdom. As a part of our ministry, students will be offered a variety of environments and experiences where they can explore their faith and discover how to live it out.
Take some time to explore more about our ministry and how we are mobilizing students and families.
Fusion is a high energy and engaging service crafted just for Middle and High School Students Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:30pm in The Venue. This summer we are taking a couple weeks off, so check out the Summer Calendar.
The first hour is a program full of relevant teaching, engaging worship and interactive moments you won’t want to miss.
The second hour is when we divide up into Life Groups which are grade and gender specific. Life Groups is led by one of our awesome Fusion leaders to discuss the topic of the night and all things happening in our students lives.
It’s a perfect place for Middle and High School students to bring their friends and grow closer to Jesus!
Every Wednesday from 6:30 – 8:30 on campus in The Venue @ The Crossing.
We create experiences where students can connect with each other in a safe and God honoring environment such as outreach events, serving opportunities,mission trips, camps & conferences.
The UCYC Summer Camp provides a chance for middle school students to disengage from the busyness of their world to retreat away with our ministry. Throughout the week we will have times of worship, teaching, small groups, and fun. UCYC blends it all together to bring students back to the focus of our faith and build them up to continue their journey. This is a key weekend for students to build authentic relationships and find community within our ministry.
July 29th – August 2nd
@ United Christian Youth Camp (UCYC) in Prescott, AZ
Click on the link below to submit additional payments.
Move is a 5-day high school only event held all over the country, designed to amplify the call of Christ on students lives to become Kingdom workers. Students are challenged through intense, interactive worship, dynamic preaching, small group study, and community building.
July 6th – July 11th
@ BIOLA University in La Mirada, CA
Learn more about the 2015 MOVE conference HERE
It is our desire to come alongside parents and form a partnership as we journey together to equip the next generation with a faith of their own. That is why we have created this online space. It is here to help you celebrate key times in the lives of your child and ultimately pass down your faith.
We have partnered with parentministry.net to bring you a fantastic Rites of Passage Experience that has different curriculum for every age from 6th – 12th grade. This curriculum will help you begin conversations with your students.
Volunteer in Student Ministry
We are always looking for people to volunteer in Student Ministry. Take a look at our different opportunities and sign up if one of them is of interest to you.
Life Group Coordinator:
Responsible for a specific age and gender of 8-12 boys or girls. Each Wednesday Night you¹ll guide the students through questions based on the topic of that night. You are also responsible for connecting with each student in your group on a Wednesday night and also outside of Wednesday Night. Leaders are expected to attend all leader meetings and do their best to make it to all events/trips that their students maybe attending.
Each Wednesday we have volunteers who help lead our Fusion Store, New Student Section and answer questions that parents and students might have about upcoming events and trips. These volunteers are also helpful on guiding students to their life group space and also to retrieve rosters for each group.
Each Wednesday, we need adults roaming our campus before, during and after our Wednesday night service. They’re responsible to keep track of where students are and to guide them on where they need to be. They are also responsible to looking out for those who shouldn¹t be on our campus.