Take a look at our diverse
growing ministry opportunities.
Acts 2:46-48  Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.
Life Groups are designed to help you know a smaller group of people within the church community that can journey with you through daily life.


Life Groups provide a safe place for you to process what God is doing in your life and challenges you to grow in your spiritual journey with Jesus.
Life Groups provide an opportunity for you to show others who Jesus is by serving and “sowing” in your local community. We strive to be a “Family on Mission”.
CHILD CARE is available at the church for Sunday Night Life Groups starting at 5:45 pm. 
*Childcare is not available at the church for Monday and Thursday night groups. 
D-Groups are a group of 3 to 8 christ followers that covenant together for 4 to 6 months to develop their ability to hear and respond to God. The D-Group leader helps facilitate this process and is committed to your spiritual growth. We are not interested in just more information about God, but discipleship through obedience. We will follow the pattern of discipleship that is found in the Scriptures and provide information, tools, and a living example from which you can learn from. There are two major questions that we will wrestle with weekly as we come together; First, “What is God speaking to you”? Second, “How are you going to respond”?
D-Groups are designed to give participants the opportunity to be discipled in a very intentional way. The vision however is not for you to just receive this experience, but it is to pass it along to others. We want to see people invested in so that they can disciple others. This is the only way the church can experience discipleship multiplication.
Click here to fill out an interest form.
Two values at CrossRoads are community and growing in our relationship with Christ. We will gather to eat supper together and then offer a learning environment that will enable us to grow.
Supper: 6-6:45 PM
Sessions: 6:45-8 PM
$3 per person, $10 family (each week)
For all 6 weeks, $15 per person, $50/family
Childcare provided (donations encouraged)
Supper & Sessions starts Wednesday, March 20th!
Register here for supper and a session!
For any questions, contact Stacie Wilson
Women’s Evening Bible Study
Led by Stacie Wilson
This semester we will be going through the Jennie Allen study Chase, which explores the events that defined David’s life and the Psalms that flowed out of those experiences. Through David’s example we’ll discover what God really wants from us. The lessons in this study are simple yet deep and very interactive, offering Bible study, stories, and projects to dig into Scripture and deeply engage the minds and hearts of participants. Cost is $20 for workbook.
The Art of Marriage
Your marriage and the marriages around you are colored by personalities and passion and experiences. Making marriage work is a divinely-inspired art form. During this session we will watch a video on topics such as God’s purpose and plan for marriage, overcoming isolation, fulfilling our responsibilities, communication and conflict, and experiencing real intimacy.
1 John Bible Study
Led by Frank Batten
Join us for a co-ed Bible study on 1 John. John wrote his first letter “that you may know that you have eternal life.” (1 John 5:13). We will study 1 John to learn how we can have that assurance and how we can live in a closer relationship with Jesus.
Faith and Culture
by Tim Keller
Have you ever had questions about the christianity. During this session we will use a video cast from Tim Keller where he will address some of the hardest questions of the christian faith. We will watch a 30 minute video and then have a time for discussion. 

MICAH 6:8 

He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.

As we are individually restored by God’s love, we are called to serve the most vulnerable and marginalized in our city and world through the work of mercy and justice.

The confession of our faith is that we recognize our own brokenness and the need for Jesus to restore us and the world in which we live.  We believe that restoration of relationship with God and with others is the very essence of the gospel.

We serve foster children in Hampton Roads by providing high quality clothing, shoes, and necessities at no cost.
– Sorting Clothes
       We have donations coming in on a daily basis. We need volunteers to come to the closet once a week to sort through the donation and hang and store the wanted items and bring the unwanted items to a local thrift store or donation box. 
– Meeting with families
       After a family has submitted an application and has been approved, they will need someone to meet them at the closet to help them pick out items. This is a position that will require flexibility based on the times that a family and volunteer are both available. Having several volunteers with varying times that they are available gives us the opportunity to have more availability to our foster families to get needed items as soon as possible. 
All donations are used to purchase new socks and underwear as well as any other necessities that our families may need that we don’t currently have in the closet. 
Contact Us
is CrossRoads Children Ministry, we desire that all the kids of CrossRoads would come to know Jesus and know him deeply. 
What to expect on a Sunday morning
Every Sunday morning there are volunteers ready to meet you and your child and help you check in before the service. The children’s wing of the church is located to the left once you walk through the main entrance into the cafe. Once checked in, infants through preschoolers will be taken to their designated classrooms where they will be warmly greeted at the classroom door by their teacher. For the 9 am service, (after the first set of worship songs), elementary aged children (Kindergarten-5th grade) will be dismissed to their children’s program and will be greeted by their teacher in the cafe just outside the sanctuary doors. Also the Kindergarten-5th grade have a time of worshiping together!  
9AM SERVICE Infants-Ones (Crawlers) Ones (Walkers) Twos & Young Threes Preschool  Kindergarten-2nd Grade
3rd-5th Grade
11AM SERVICE Infants-Fours Kindergarten-2nd Grade


Equipping every child to KNOW, GROW and SHOW God’s love


KNOW God and have a relationship with Him, GROW in who God made them to be and SHOW God’s love to others.


  • Safety of each child
  • Creative Bible Teaching
  • Age-appropriate environment
  • Partnership with Parents and Guardians
  • Fun
What will my child be learning?


Journeyers Children’s ministry currently uses The Gospel Project®: The Big Picture of God’s Story

The Gospel Project® immerses kids, preschoolers, toddlers and babies in the gospel through every story, theological concept, and call to mission from Genesis to Revelation. Ultimately, the Gospel message changes everything; heart transformation can only take place when a child experiences the Gospel. Through The Gospel Project® children will understand the Bible is not just a collection of stories, but one unified story—God’s story of redemption.

The buddy program at CrossRoads Church has been growing and developing for many years now and is a direct result of responding to needs within our church family.
We serve and care for children with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and their families. Volunteers serve as buddies to these children by pairing up with them on a Sunday morning during church and/or Monday evening during Living in Holland. Church staff members train and equip volunteers based on the child’s individual needs. 
Do you have a child that has special needs?
We would love to serve and care for your family. Please fill out this form as it will allow us to better know and understand your child(s) specific needs. We will use this information to pair them with an adult and we may follow up with you to get more specific details. On Sunday Mornings, buddies are only offered during our 9 AM service.
The purpose of our Buddy Program is two-fold:

1. To help each child feel included, loved and valued, and to guide them to understand God’s message of unconditional love and forgiveness.

2. To provide support, encouragement, and fellowship for the families of those with special needs. 

 Opportunities for families:
Living in Holland meets at the church the 4th Monday of every month from 7-8:45pm. 
This is a group for Moms of children with special needs. These women meet together to share community and support. Childcare is provided for ALL children. 
The CRC Youth Ministry welcomes all youth, grades 6 to 12. Our leaders are passionate about pointing students to Christ and empowering them to embrace an identity rooted in Him.
Youth group March 10th at 6 PM
Check with Patrick for next events!
To create a safe and fun environment for students to learn, share, and discuss what God is doing in their lives, as well as, build solid relationships with one another through fellowship. 
We want to see students reaching out to impact their school campuses, the community, and the world.

 We want to see women get connected to other women and thrive in their relationship with Jesus. Toward that end, we offer several studies and support groups.


If you have any questions or want more information about the Crossroads Women’s Ministry!
Calling all CrossRoads women! You are invited to join us for a weekend of inspiration and renewal. Take a break from the busyness of daily life to be encouraged in your faith as we discover how to be strong and courageous in even the most difficult trials. 
Hear testimony and Bible teaching from several of our own CrossRoads ladies. Experience intimate worship and get to know other women in the church all while enjoying a lovely home setting in Ocean View! 
March 15th – 16th
3/15: 6:30 – 10:30 PM
3/16: 9:30 AM – 3 PM
Cost is $15 which includes dinner on Friday and lunch on Saturday. Childcare is not provided, however nursing infants under six months are welcome. Click here to register! Spots are limited. Questions? Contact Christianne Page

Join us for coffee, fun, and friendship with other women who understand the joys and challenges of being a mommy. This semester we are mixing it up with live speakers, a Q&A panel of experts, and other events designed to encourage you in your role as Mom. If you are raising a child ages 0-10, we invite you to come be a part!”

Mom’s Group meets every 2nd and 4th Wednesday morning of the month, starting January 23rd at 9:30 am. Childcare provided. Cost is $30.

Sign up here!

Contact Tori Melton for questions.

We will be offering the same Bible Study on Wednesday Mornings and Wednesday Evenings!
This semester we will be going through the Jennie Allen study, Chase, which explores the events that defined David’s life and the Psalms that flowed out of those experiences. Through David’s example we will discover what God really wants from us. The lessons in this study are simple yet deep and very interactive, offering Bible study, stories, and projects to dig into Scripture and deeply engage the minds and hearts of participants. We hope you will join us!
Wednesday Morning Group meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 9:30 AM
Starts January 16th in the Red Room at CRC
Register here for the morning study!
Contact Susan Matson or Brie Weaver for any questions.
Wednesday Evening Group will begin March 20th at 6:30 PM!
Register now – here!
Contact Stacie Wilson for any questions.
Living in Holland Group is a group for moms of kids with special needs. Join us for fellowship and encouragement as we share our stories! Currently we are reading Be Still, My Soul: Embracing God’s purpose & provision in suffering, edited by Nancy Guthrie. Childcare is available upon request. If you are interested in volunteering with our buddy program during these meetings, please contact Courtney Moyna.
Meets on the 4th Monday of the month from 6:45-8:30 PM in the CRC Cafe
Contact Katie Moormann for any questions.

The men of CRC are in the process of developing a comprehensive and dynamic men’s ministry which focuses on:

  • Discipleship
  • Accountability
  • Service
  • The study of God’s Word

Men are encouraged in their relationship vertically (with God) and horizontally (with each other) enabling them to realize their true identity in Christ and full God-given potential as husbands, fathers, sons, leaders, and friends.

Men’s Breakfast on Saturday, March 23rd at 8 AM
Contact Tim Sceviour for more information.
CrossRoads is a hub for many of the student ministries at ODU & other campuses
and many more.
CrossRoads loves to help students get plugged in and connected with campus ministries and other college students.
CrossRoads offers several opportunities for students such as:
  • MONTHLY COLLEGE LUNCHEON – a chance to find community and discuss the Sunday sermon (once per month after 11 am service in fellowship hall).
  • INTERN PROGRAM – every summer the church offers a paid internship program to give students a hands-on experience in ministry through the local church – email Pastor Kevin for more details.   
  • ADOPT-A-STUDENT – we connect students and families in the church to have intentional relationships with one another
If you want to get connected to a campus ministry or know more about the opportunities listed above, please contact Nicki Kristol.