Crossroads

Meeting at the intersection of the mundane and the marvelous 

Transforming into a vibrant, growing community of faith

On Wednesday evenings in the Fall and Spring we provide a church-wide dinner followed by programs for all ages, keep scrolling for more details!

Wednesday Evenings at Covenant

Enjoy 

5:30-6:15 pm
Family Dinner in the Fellowship Hall
Suggested donations: $4 Adults; $2 Students; $2 Children; $10 Family Max

Equip

6:15-7:15 pm
Infant and toddler activities (birth-age 5), Kid’s activities (grade 1-6), Discipleship Groups (Grades 7 – 12), Adult & College Student Studies and Small Groups

Engage

7:15-8:30 pm
Ministry meetings, officer meetings, Praise Team practice, and fellowship for Youth and College Students/Young Adults.

2019 Winter/Spring  Activities

Covenant Kids

BIRTH TO AGE 3
Nursery & Toddler Room

A fully staffed nursery of qualified childcare workers will be available. We do ask that you feed your children before bringing them to the nursery (exception: bottle-fed infants). Childcare will include play time and story time. *Nursery may remain open until 8:30 pm upon request.
PRE-K TO GRADE 1 (children ages 4–6)
Adventure Club
Room 111
(Currently the 4 & 5 yr olds Sunday School classroom)

Beginning Kids’ Quest! Catechism Club

Using biblical accounts of God’s work in the world to help the children understand God’s character and other abstract theological truths, this second volume covers questions 14–28 of First Catechism. Music, games, art, written activities, and a lot of repetition reinforce the teaching and help children memorize answers to the questions. Volume 2 is divided into three units of four lessons each: Scripture, Adam and Eve, and Covenant.
GRADE 2 – GRADE 6 (children ages 6 – 12)
Adventure Club 
Room 112

Elementary Kids' Quest! Catechism Club

Using accounts from the Bible of God’s work in the world to help the children understand God’s character and other abstract theological truths, this volume covers the first 57 questions of First Catechism. Music, games, art, written activities, and a lot of repetition reinforce teaching and help children memorize answers to the questions.

Our ultimate goal for each child we teach goes beyond gaining intellectual knowledge to having a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ and growing to love him with all his or her heart, soul, mind, and strength. As we study and teach these great truths from Scripture, may we also grow in our knowledge of God and his grace.

Adults

WOMEN
Teacher: Dana Lee
Room 113
The women will be continuing their study of 2nd Samuel.

MEN
Teacher: Ben Burke
Conference Room (RM 116)
Studying the book of Ephesians

College Students

Current College Students, Recent Grads, and Young Adults ages 18-26
The Upper Room (RM 201)
Leader: Aaron Blackmon

We want to offer the opportunity for our college students and young adults to get to know one another, fellowship together, and learn from each other. College students and young adults are welcome to join any of the Adult Bible Studies, but we wanted to offer a time for community building specifically for our college students and young adults.
This semester we will be studying The Gospel-Centered Life, by Robert Thune and Will Walker, which is geared to help in our understanding of how the gospel shapes every aspect of life.  We will also host a time of fellowship after.

The Menu

Winter/Spring Menu for Crossroads Meals

  • April 17: Easter Week (No Meeting)
  • April 24: Grilled and fried chicken fingers, broccoli, roasted potatoes, rolls
  • May 1: BBQ