Here’s what your student will experience at Cross Point.
Cross Point Students
Cross Point Students is a place open to all 7th – 12th Grade students, regardless of where they are in their journey. We understand students are trying to navigate the challenges of middle and high school, so our goal is simple: to connect them to Jesus, each other and empower them to change the world. We gather at each of our middle Tennessee locations, providing environments where students can engage in worship, hear relevant teaching, connect in groups and create a place students call home.
Our mission at Cross Point Students is simple: to help students find and follow Jesus. We know that this time brings a lot of uncertainty, but our mission hasn’t changed – just our methods! Things may look a little different this year, but we are excited to jump into this together. As always, you can stay connected with us through Instagram, your Small Group Leader and your Student Pastor. Below you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions in regards to how we plan to reopen. Please reach out to your local Student Pastor with any additional concerns or questions!
Will CPS still be gathering on Wednesdays?
What time will Cross Point Students be meeting?
Each week, your student will gather at their local Cross Point campus for a time of fun, games, and teaching. They’ll be able to grow deeper in their relationship with God while building new relationships with their peers.
Bellevue, Dickson, Franklin, Hendersonville, and Mount Juliet campuses will meet on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:30 PM. Drop off will begin at 6:30 PM, with programming beginning at 7:00 PM. All students must be picked up by 8:30 PM.
Nashville campus will meet on Sundays. Drop off will begin at 3:30 PM with programming beginning at 4:00 PM. Your student is then invited to attend or serve at the 5:30 PM service.
Why small groups?
Our mission in Cross Point Students is to help students find and follow Jesus. We imagine you have a similar goal for your student. Or perhaps you just want to figure out this parenting thing, and it seems like a lot. It’s a big weight, and we want to help. Our goal is to place a leader in the life of your student, to help build a bridge between your home and the church. We want to partner with you as you raise your student.
DROP-OFF / CHECK-IN
What will check-in look like for my student?
Upon arrival , your student will be directed towards Cross Point Check in tables, located at the front of the building. A volunteer will greet your student to help them sign in for the night. Your student will then grab a CPS tyvek band, indicating they have completed check-in!
My student will be driving themselves to CPS. Is there any special protocol upon arrival?
Nope! They will be greeted at the front doors by a smiling volunteer, ready to help check them in!
Can I enter the building to pick up my student?
We ask that all parents remain in their vehicles as we release students for the evening. If for any reason you need to enter the building, a volunteer will meet you at the front doors to help you locate your student!
What about masks?
The health and well-being of our students is one of our utmost priorities. While we will not be requiring masks at this time, we encourage you to have a conversation with your student about your comfort level. Masks will be provided to any student who would like one.
How are you cleaning the building?
We have room-cleaning processes and standards in place to make sure all surfaces are cleaned. All cleaning solutions used are approved by the EPA, and are able to kill coronavirus when used appropriately.
CONNECT WITH US
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