Ages 6 weeks to Pre-K.
During both 9am and 10:45am worship services, your preschool-aged kids will learn about prayer, worship, and God's love. Along with other kids their age, they will be taught through lessons, activities and worship geared directly toward their developmental level. Our goal for our Sunday Preschool program is that all kids will leave knowing that Jesus loves them! All volunteers are screened and trained to provide proper care and safety.
Kindergarten to 5th Grade
During both 9am and 10:45am worship services, kids in Kindergarten through 5th Grade come together to learn about God and grow in their faith! Lessons and activities are tailored to their specific age and development levels. Our goal for Crossings Kids is that all kids will have a strong faith foundation and solid spiritual habits as they move into Crossings Students. All volunteers are screened and trained to provide proper care and safety.
During our 10:45am service, our Special Needs Ministry offers both a self-contained learning environment and a Buddy Program. In our Crossings Special Needs classroom, lessons and activities are adapted to meet the developmental and sensory needs of the students. Our Buddy Program provides kids the opportunity to attend class with their age group with a designated Buddy to provide them the support they need. All volunteers are screened and trained to provide proper care and safety.
Foster & Adoptive Care Ministry
Join Our Team!
God has brought families to our church who are willing to open their homes to provide a safe, loving place for children in difficult places, whether through foster care or adoption. This allows us to share the gospel through loving all the people involved: children, biological parents, foster parents, adoptive parents, social workers, and more. Do you want to be a part of what God is doing in this ministry? Find out how you can help out at the link below.
Reporting and Responding to Sexual Abuse Against a Minor
We at The Church at Clayton Crossings want to do everything possible to protect the children who are entrusted to our care. When it comes to protecting children from sexual abuse, this protection begins with excellent preventative policies.
Our goal in this policy is to lovingly care for those who have experienced abuse, help them break the silence that compounds the damage of this experience, and point them towards the best available resources to begin healing from this experience.