This ministry provides opportunities for children and their families to experience God’s love and engage with His Word and be reached where they are. Opportunities are presented through AWANA, VBS, and classes on Sunday mornings during the traditional/ASL and Hispanic worship services. Our caring and devoted teachers teach age-appropriate Bible based curriculum to children from preschool to 5th grade; the children learn through drama, music, storytelling, crafts and group discussion.
Through Bible Study, mentoring relationships, involvement in the ministries of the church, community service and authentic intergenerational friendships, we seek to love our teens well during this important season of life. We believe each young person is asking: Who am I, Where do I fit, and What difference can I make? Through encouraging, equipping and engaging, we work to lay a foundation for lifelong discipleship.
College Ministry - Christian Challenge
Challenge seeks to build a community of mature multiplying disciples who worship and follow Christ through evangelizing, discipling, and equipping college students and young adults in our community in order that every tribe, language, people and nation would worship Jesus. We minister to students at the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University and Washtenaw Community College. Our activities range from worship and Sunday School at Crossroads, on campus Bible studies, small groups, one-on-one mentoring, social events, participation in ministries at Crossroads, local missions and overseas mission trips through partnership with One Link International.
We offer multiple ministries for adults of all ages. Our mission is to create a safe and encouraging atmosphere for members from all walks of life to come together for fellowship and to grow in their faith. We provide both a women's group and a men's group, as well as many other opportunities for members to gather.
At Crossroads, our goal is to provide a space for members to explore their faith and to learn about God's love and grace. We invite you to join us on this journey and to become part of our community.
Meets on Sundays at 10:30 for Sunday school and worship service begins at noon with fellowship time in between.
Worship service and Sunday school are presented in Spanish.
Meets on Sundays at 2:00PM. Bilingual worship service is offered in Japanese and English.
ESL Bible study for women is offered on Mondays in addition to conversational and business/professional ESL classes.
Deaf\American Sign Language Ministry
The Deaf Congregation is active in the Southern Baptist Conference of the Deaf (SBCD) and the Michigan Deaf Ministries Connections (mDmc). It meets at 9:30 AM Sundays for Interpreted Traditional Worship and 11:00 AM for the Potter’s Hand Deaf Bible Study class for all ages taught in ASL. Fellowship After Church Together occurs the first Sunday of every month for fellowship and a meal together after Sunday School.
Sunday Bible studies are available for adults of all ages and walks of life.
Following the biblical command of going into the nations to spread the gospel, Crossroads supports OneLink Ministries, the Annie Armstrong offering, and the Lottie Moon offering, as well as direct contribution to individual missionaries. Crossroads helps to spread the gospel beyond our city limits by funding others to go throughout the world and share the message of the Gospel.
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