Students - 6th through 12th Grade

Student Ministry at Crossroads Fellowship is committed to helping 6th-12th grade students become fully devoted followers of Christ. We are committed to helping 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.

High School

Sunday Mornings: Worship & Teaching

10:00am - Our Middle and High School ministries join together in the Student Center, located on the 3rd floor, for a time of relationship building, passionate student-led worship, and relevant preaching and teaching.

11:30am - All 6th-12th grade students join with adults and families 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.

Weekly: Small Groups

Each week our 9th-12th grade students meet for small groups in host homes in the north Raleigh/Wake Forest area. Small Groups are designed for discipleship and spiritual growth. They are also a great way for students to get connected to each other, to have fun, and even to serve in the community. To get plugged into a group, sign up in the Student Center, or click a name below to email a leader.

Girls Groups
9th-10th Grade: Jennifer Callahan and Meg Barna
11th-12th Grade: Alaina Cross and Ally White

Guys Groups
9th-10th Grade:  Chris Callahan
11th-12th Grade: Mark Stroupe

Middle School

Sunday Mornings: Worship & Teaching

10:00am - 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 adults and families 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 church on Wednesday nights for Small Groups. Each student will be encouraged to develop relationships with others, and to study God's word more deeply in small groups divided by grade and gender. 

Serve in Our Church

Missions Thrift Store  |  Millbrook Campus
A few hours per month can make a difference in the world! Click here for volunteer information.

There are dozens of other opportunities to Serve in Our Church, including serving with our middle and high school students!

Serve in Our Community

Volunteer to work with one of our community partners like: Communities in Schools, 320 Water SportsHope Reins of RaleighShepherd Youth Ranch, and others. Get started here!

Events 

Middle School WNL Event Nights
MS Nerf Wars (in Student Center) - Jan 31
MS Small Group Olympics (in Student Center) - Feb 28
MS Capture the Flag (Back Field) - March 28
MS Laser Tag (Back Field) - April 25

Middle School WNL Theme Nights ( Students are encouraged to dress up according to the theme) 
Camo Night - Jan 17
'Merica Night - Feb 4
Green Out - March 14
Mustache Night - April 11

High School Hangout  |  Monday, January 15  |  3:00 - 7:00pm  |  Registration Coming Soon!    
3-4pm: MVP Sports Factory for indoor soccer - (Click here for directions).
6pm: Stroupe's home for dinner and movie.

High School Hangout  |  Sunday, April 22  |  5:00 - 7:30pm  
Come play ultimate frisbee and hang around for some burgers and hotdogs on the grill!

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.