rachel@crossroadsct.orgCrossroads is happy to provide a safe, fun place for your kids to spend time learning about God, and the Bible and to develop relationships with peers and adults. 

We have programs from birth through elementary-age children. All of our programs are staffed by volunteers from the Crossroads Community. (Every volunteer has to complete a background check before working with the program.) 

Our Children's Ministry program is broken into age-appropriate classes.

Stroller Street is for children from birth through 2 years of age.

Trike Pike is for children, 2 1/2 to 5 years of age. 

BMX Trail is for 1st through 5th graders.

Contact Rachel Seferian with any questions regarding KIDSROADS.

Stroller street

Stroller Street is for children, birth through 2 years of age. The nursery staff consists of rotating adult volunteer staff from Crossroads and one hired staff person who provides a consistent, familiar face. The nursery room is equipped to provide a safe and loving environment so parents can relax and fully engage in the church service.

Trike Pike

Trike Pike is for Pre School to Kindergarten children, 2 1/2 to 5 years of age. Orange's First Look curriculum helps children grow in their love of God. Children will learn about God through experiential activities, art, music and games that reinforce the Bible story of the day. 

BMX trail

BMX Trail is for 1st through 5th graders. Each Sunday the children experience a fun, energetic and loving environment. We believe building meaningful relationships with peers and the teaching staff is key for children’s development in learning to love God and love others. Orange's 252 Kids curriculum is used to help children grow in their understanding of God’s word through worship, Bible reading, group discussion and experiential activities. The children's morning together consists of an energetic time of worship, video driven bible teaching and group discussion.  After the small group time the children may have opportunity to go to the gym for fun and games. Each Monday, families receive an email that helps them reinforce the lesson and encourages family learning all week long.