"Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity." 1 Timothy 4:12 ESV
Cross Culture seeks to make disciples of middle/high school students who love God and love people. We accomplish this by partnering with parents as the primary disciple makers in their homes and by creating intentional environments where students can have fun, connect with friends, and be formed as disciples of Jesus Christ by learning who God is and who they are. We want them to feel like they belong and to grow in understanding of their purpose as disciples of Jesus Christ.
Protecting our children is important to us. That is why all Pure Life coaches must be screened, interviewed and trained. For more information, please email HERE.
What to expect:
Our Sunday gathering for middle school and high school students is the first Sunday morning of each month. Students are invited to worship together as a family for the first portion of service. As the corporate worship transitions into the message, the youth will split off with our youth pastor, Deonté, to interactively study the Word of God.
Regular student gatherings also happen on Friday nights, middle school and high school meeting on separate weeks. High School students meet on the second Friday of each month at the church. Middle School students meets on the fourth Friday of each month at the church. Email here to get the next meeting date and time.
Why family worship?
Worshiping together is one of the most spiritually significant and influential things your family can do. Our hope is for children to catch a desire and passion for worshiping God by seeing their parents enjoy Him in corporate service. Therefore, we want to encourage families to worship together during our Sunday services.
This is especially true for middle school and high school students who attend the main service alongside their parents every Sunday. We aim to integrate students into the life of the church, where they can live out our mission with their parents and other adults. These moments in service orient them to the feel, flow, and purpose of the church.
What is family discipleship?
Scripture outlines that parents are the primary disciple-makers in the lives of their children, our hope is to partner with families in their pursuit of this mission, coming alongside them in the discipleship process. We strive to do this in many ways. You will find resources to help build a strong, gospel-centered foundation for your students here.
VISIT US Sundays 10AM 1912 Page Rd, Durham, NC 27703