Kids Ministry

A Time for Dedicating Our Children

Child dedications are a special time of commitment when parents pledge to raise their child to trust and fully follow Jesus. A child’s faith comes through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and child dedications are an opportunity to support a family’s commitment to guide their child toward trusting and fully following Jesus.

Hey parents! Our next child dedications are scheduled for Sunday, March 20. We also have a required informational class two weeks earlier, on Sunday, March 6. You can sign up for the class and the child dedication HERE.

Exciting Change to Midweek Activities

We’re excited about a big change coming to our family ministries next month! On Wednesday, March 9, we will begin a new midweek model of ministry by bringing our midweek kids and youth ministries together on the same night.

These ministries will gather on Wednesdays from 6:15 to 8 p.m. through the end of the ministry year (May 25). Our kids and youth will still have their own spaces and rhythms, including their own lessons, small groups, and games.

We’re committed to partnering with families to help the next generation trust and fully follow Jesus. This midweek shift will allow us to create better alignment between kids and youth ministries, establish space for intergenerational discipleship, and provide regular rhythms of partnering with parents.

Click HERE for more info and a more detailed explanation from Nate Hercula, our pastor of family ministry.

FAQs about CrossPoint Kids Ministry

What classes are available for kids? Are the classes offered during all three Sunday gatherings?
We offer five classes on Sundays: toddler, preschool, kindergarten/1st grade, 2nd/3rd grades, and 4th-6th grades. (We are not providing nursery classes at this time.) All five of our classes are offered during the 9:30 and 11 a.m. gatherings.
What cleaning protocols do you follow?
Classrooms are cleaned and disinfected each week. Each gathering has a separate basket of toys and supplies, so these items are not reused on any given Sunday. Kids are given a hand sanitizing wipe when they enter the class.
Do you provide snacks?
Yes, we offer a simple snack for kids during each class. We avoid providing any snacks with common allergens, but you’re welcome to let us know if you have a child with specific food allergies.
What is your policy on sick children?
We will not be checking children’s temperatures when they arrive. We simply ask that a child be kept at home if displaying any of these symptoms:
• Fever greater or equal to 100 degrees
• Moderate drainage (clear or discolored) from the mouth, nose, or ears
• Ear pain or earaches
• Skin rashes, as they are difficult to diagnose unless by a physician
• Severe abdominal pain, vomiting, or diarrhea
• Deep, hacking cough
• Difficulty breathing or untreated wheezing
• Complaints of a stiff neck and headache
• An unusual coloring of the skin or eyes
• Cuts or openings that are pus-filled or oozing
• Lice or nits
• Any contagious disease (mumps, chicken pox, and so on)

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