Leading students to find and follow Jesus. 

The desire of Crosspointe’s Student Ministry (CSM) is to see students become fully devoted followers of Christ through experiencing, exploring, and embracing God’s truth.

Junior High

Junior high can be such a critical time of transition for a student. Whether it’s choosing the right friends, doing well in school or building in good habits that will set them up for success, Crosspointe is a place where your student can come and learn biblical truths that they will be able to apply to their life immediately. Also, they will have the opportunity to make new friends and begin life-long relationships that will support them and encourage them in their walk with Christ.

Who: 7th through 8th grade

What: A place for students to have fun, create friendships, and make memories for a lifetime.

When: Sundays | 11:00am and Tuesday | 6:30pm

Where: The Hope Center at Crosspointe

Follow us on Instagram: @CSMJuniorHigh

Follow us on Facebook: Crosspointe “CSM JH Parents”

High School

As a student enters high school, their success could be determined by the friends they have around them. At Crosspointe, we encourage high school students to build christ-centered relationships that will help them in the toughest of times. In addition, we encourage these students to serve with their friends and take ownership in all that God wants to do in our community and world.


Who: 9th-12th Grades

What: A place for students to have fun, create friendships, and make memories for a lifetime.

When: Sundays | 11:00am and Wednesdays | 6:30pm

Where: Sundays | The Hope Center at Crosspointe

Follow us on Instagram: @CSMHighSchool

Follow us on Facebook: Crosspointe “CSM HS Parents”

Volunteer at CSM

Helping students participate in the large group worship experience and engage in the growth group experience by sitting among them and leading by example. Our mission is to lead students to find and follow Jesus! In order to fulfill our mission we are committed to the safety and spiritual growth of our students.

If you have any questions, let us know.