Middle School

The Middle School Ministry at Crossroads Fellowship is committed to helping 6-8th grade students become fully devoted followers of Christ. We help students CONNECT with God and each other, GROW in their relationship with Christ, and SERVE those in the community who need to experience God's love.

 

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    UNITED 2018
    6th - 12th Grade

    UNITED 2018
    Discipleship Weekend for 6-12th Grade Students

    Fri, March 2 - Sat, March 3
    North Raleigh Christian Academy
    Cost: $60 | Registration Closes February 23


    UNITED exists to connect students from all over the Triangle in order to inspire, empower and equip them to impact their community and schools for Christ!

    Weekend Highlights:

    • Three dynamic worship experiences and powerful messages delivered by guest speaker Reggie Dabbs. Students are challenged to go deeper in their faith.
    • Unite with other Christian students that attend your school and live in your community.
    • Service Opportunity invites your student to love their zipcode!
    • Breakout Sessions Saturday for students and leaders.


    Millbrook Students Host Home Details:

    Millbrook Campus students will spend two nights (Friday & Saturday) in host homes, enjoying some additional time of connection with their leaders and peers. Students should be dropped off at their assigned host home (more info to come about specific locations) on Friday, March 2 beginning at 6:00pm and picked-up on Sunday, March 4 at/after the 9:15 service from our Millbrook Campus Student
    Center.

    Email Pastor Daniel to be a Millbrook student host home volunteer.

    Wake Forest Students Host Home Details:

    Wake Forest Campus students will spend two nights (Friday & Saturday) in host homes, enjoying some additional time of connection with their leaders and peers. Students should be dropped off at their assigned host home (*more info to come about specific locations) on Friday, March 2 beginning at 5:30pm. On Sunday, March 4, students will be driven by hosts and leaders to the Wake Forest campus for church.

    **WF STUDENTS: Please note that we will have regular Student Ministry services on March 4 at 10am. At 11:30am, all students are encouraged to attend service in the Worship Center to hear UNITED speaker Reggie Dabbs preach from the Millbrook Campus.

    Email Pastor Mark to be a Wake Forest student host home volunteer.

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    1Night
    6th - 12th Grade

    Sunday, April 8
    6:30 - 8:30pm  |  Millbrook Campus Student Center

    Crossroads Students presents...1night - the once a month combined campus event that sets the tone for our ministry. 1night brings energetic worship and a high impact practical message together into a huge party atmosphere, creating a night that students will want to experience again and again. 1night will finish with FREE pizza for all!

    Schedule:
    Doors open - 6:30pm
    Service - 7-8pm
    Pizza & Hangout - 8-8:30pm

    If you are interested in volunteering, click HERE.

    Upcoming 1night Dates:
    May 6
    September 2
    October 7

    *Fill out the 1Night Connection Form when you arrive at 1Night.

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    Millbrook Campus
    Middle School

    Middle School Students 
    6th-8th Grade

    Sunday Mornings
    Worship, Teaching & Breakouts
    9:15 - 10:30am & 11am - 12:15pm  |  Rm 850
    Live worship and relevant teaching, followed by time in breakouts will equip students to practically live out their faith.

    Wednesday Nights : Small Groups
    6:30-8pm  |  Rm 804/805
    Relational discipleship through small groups.

    Parent Resources
    The Upside Down  |  February Sermon Series
    Nothing about God’s idea of sacrifice makes sense to our sinful natures. Choosing humility, unselfishness and joy are not default decisions for us. But if these are some of the keys to unlocking what it means to truly sacrifice for others by following God’s way, then we need to learn how to use these keys to escape the “upside down” and find the way to the life that God has provided us through His sacrifice. 

    Feb 11: The Dichotomy - Leader Guide
    Feb 18: Living Sacrifice - Leader Guide
    Feb 25: Stepping Out - Leader Guide

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    Wake Forest Campus
    Middle School

    Middle School Students 
    6th-8th Grade

    Sunday Mornings
    Worship & Teaching
    10am - Our Middle and High School ministries join together in the Student Center, located on the 3rd floor, for a time of relationship building and passionate, student-led worship. Middle School students take part in teaching focused on the development of their faith.
    11:30am - All 6th-12th grade students join with their families and adults for worship in the main Worship Center and then head up to the 3rd floor Student Center. Here, students will gather in groups by grade level to study and discuss God's Word with real life application.

    Wednesday Nights : Small Groups
    All 6th-8th grade students meet at the Wake Forest Campus on Wednesday Nights for Small Groups. Each students will be encouraged to develop relationships with others and to study God's Word more deeply in small groups divided up by grade and gender.

    Resources
    We value every student having a firm understanding of the truth of Scripture as they develop their faith and grow as disciples of Jesus Christ. However, the reality is that sometimes students want to read the Bible more effectively but aren't sure how to start. Crossroads Student Ministry wants to help. As we look ahead to each student's time in our ministry, we want to invite them to join us in following the F260 Bible Reading Plan. The F260 is a two hundred and sixty day reading plan that highlights the foundational passages of Scripture that every disciple should know.

    This plan expects students to read 1-2 chapters a day for 5 days out of the week, with a weekend off allowance. The 2 "off" days each week are built in so that students can catch up on days they were unable to read. In order to digest more of the Word, the F260 plan encourages believers to read the Bible while keeping a H.E.A.R journal. Here students identify the Highlights, Explain the events of the passage, practically Apply the truth to their own life and end with a time to Respond to how the passage challenged them.

    Access and download the F260 Bible Reading Plan.

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    Middle School Events

    Millbrook Campus:

    MS Bowling Night
    Wed, Feb 21
    6:30 - 8pm  |  Buffaloe Lanes
    Register  |  Waiver
    Join us for an evening of at the bowling alley. $10 covers shoes and 1 game. Buffaloe Lanes is located at 5900 Oak Forest Drive, Raleigh, NC 27616.

    Wake Forest Campus:

    Middle School WNL Event Nights:
    Small Group Olympics (Student Center) - Feb 28
    Capture the Flag (Back Field) - Mar 28
    Laser Tag (Back Field) - Apr 25

    Middle School WNL Theme Nights:
    *Students are encouraged to dress up according to theme
    Camo Night - Jan 17
    'Merica Night - Feb 4
    Green-Out - Mar 14
    Mustache Night - Apr 11

     

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    Girls Ministry
    6th-12th Grade Girls

    Girls Ministry
    Serving 6-12th Grade Girls

    Girls Ministry is uniquely designed to encourage, empower and inspire our 6th-12th grade girls to seek and grow in their faith through the power of the Holy Spirit, and to find their identity in Jesus Christ. Our desire is for every young lady to know that she matters, that she is seen, and that she has a voice and safe place where she can grow, share her ups-and-downs, lament, celebrate, minister and teach. Check out the upcoming events below!