STUDENTS

Student Ministry at Crossway is designed to motivate students and create moments in teenagers’ lives that will make a lasting impact as we explore what true discipleship and community is in Christ. 


Middle and High School Students can expect music, games, teaching and intentional community. The goal of Crossway Student Ministries is to create an environment to teach students to make good choices, influence their friends well and experience intentional ministry through serving one another. Questions? Please contact Student Ministry Pastor Tommy Riley


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Large Group

In Person | Sundays | 4:00pm-5:30pm

Sunday Large Group is designed to provide students a fun and safe place to be with friends and discover a real and lasting relationship with God. Check out our calendar below to see when the next Large Group gathering is happening!


Our last day for Large group is June 13th.


Large group does not meet during the summer months.

Be sure to register for one of our many summer events to stay connected!

Small Groups

Small Groups are designed to give students the chance to interact more on a personal level with peers in order to build stronger relationships that encourage and challenge each student individually. Groups gather throughout the week with peers and leaders to deepen their spiritual lives and talk about life, the Bible and God.

 

Small Groups are organized by age group and gender and are offered in both Nashua and Milford areas. Due to to Covid 19, all Nashua groups will meet at the Pond campus where we can practice social distancing. 


Small groups do not meet during the summer months.

Be sure to register for one of our many summer events to stay connected!

Upcoming Events

Hang tight while we look up scheduled events...

Here are a few general safety guidelines we have created

for our CSM groups and events:


  • When meeting in person, we want to honor social distancing and remaining 6 feet apart from others. Our indoor space will have socially-distanced environments for students to spend time together, including in the commons and open classroom during hangout time and in the auditorium during teaching and worship time.

  • The use of face masks is mandatory at all times during the CSM event. Please make sure your child has a face mask with them when they attend.
  • Discussion groups will be assigned areas of the building where they can spread out 6-feet from one another at all times, yet have quiet space to interact in discussion while fully-masked.
  • Any snacks will be served at the end of the evening and must be eaten outside. Hand sanitizer will be supplied in multiple areas of the building, and next to any food that is provided.
  • Large group games will be designed with social distancing in mind, when possible.
  • If CSM needs to transport students, masks must be worn in the vehicle and windows cracked. 
  • All activities if possible, will be conducted outside.
  • Please know that we are trying to figure all of this out as we go, and want all students to have a place to connect so please continue to let us know how we can best serve your family during this uncertain time.

Release Form

Student Events are planned throughout the year. A Student Release Form is required for students attending any of our trips, retreats, or big events. An updated form is required each calendar year.


Google Calendar

Add this to your google calendar so that you can keep up with everything going on with Student Ministries!

AXIS

Do you want to bridge the gap with your preteen and create a deep connection through the midst of a loud culture? Crossway Student Ministries has partnered with AXIS to bring you a library of resources that dig deep into young adult culture and provide you with ways to be in the know, be ready, and bridge the gap. 


For more information contact Tommy Riley to receive a link for exclusive and free resources.

Looking To Serve?

We have a lot of opportunities for adults who want to get involved in the lives of students. Check out the ways you can serve and the steps needed to get started. See details here.