Kids Praise at The Crossing Church in Springfield, MO

Kids Crossing

Kids Crossing

Nursery – Birth to 2 years old.

Once they turn 3 years old, kids move up to our Kid’s Ministry.


Life Kids – Life group time for kids ages 3 years to 5th grade.Kids Crossing

Kids get to experience worship time together from 8:50-9:15.  After that they are split into 3 Life Group classes:

  • Discoverers: 3 years to kindergarten
  • Quest Makers: 1st – 3rd grade
  • Son Seekers: 4th – 5th grade

Kids will hear lessons geared for their age groups.


During the 10:15 morning worship time,

The Discoverers will continue their class from Life Group time & experience crafts, songs, lessons & snacks geared for their age.

Kids 1st – 5th grade will join their parents in the auditorium for worship time.  On the 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Sundays, they will be dismissed to junior church before the sermon.  On the 4th Sunday of the month, they will stay in the auditorium for the preaching time.  5th Sundays are family worship and all kids 3 years to 5th grade will join their parents in the auditorium for the worship & preaching service.


AWANA – Sunday Mornings 8:45

Awana 3A nationwide evangelistic organization who’s mission is to help “churches and parents worldwide raise children and youth to know, love, and serve Christ.” The AWANA group at the Crossing is led by Sandra and Garland Bellomy. They are teaching tomorrow’s Christians the things needed to know and recognize the will of God. There are programs for all kids from two years old through 6th grade.

Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed (AWANA) is based in 2 Timothy 2:15. Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.”


Boy Scouts, Troop 208

ScoutsMonday Nights 6:30 – Cub Scouts

Tuesday Nights 6:30 – Pack 208

Led by Scoutmaster, Josh Smith and assistant scoutmaster Brian Bowen. The Boy Scouts’ goal is to build character and train boys in the responsibilities of citizenship. The second goal is to introduce the families to The Crossing in a neutral setting, thereby introducing them to Christ.