For ages 3 years old - 5th grade
After checking in, families start together in the Worship Center. During announcements, children are invited to the Kids Wing to learn about the Bible through games, songs, projects and time with friends. Kids are encouraged to bring their Bible each week.
Please note: Nursery & programming will be available for birth-preschool children only on Sunday, Dec. 31 at 10:30am.
Open on Sunday mornings from 8:45-11:45am
For ages birth - 2 years old.
We have two spaces: a “0-18 month” room, and an “18 month-2 year old” room. Children have fun learning basic faith concepts with caregivers during services.
For ages 4 years old - 5th Grade
Kids won’t want to miss Wednesday nights this year! This is a special time when we journey through stories in the Bible, experience God’s love, and create friendships with other students and leaders.
Preschoolers will meet in the Kids Wing Blue Classroom, and the K-5th graders will meet in the Kid’s Worship Room. We will start with 25-30 minutes of a large group lesson, then students will continue with their grade level in a smaller group setting.
We’re using the Orange’s 252 Basics and First Look curriculum this year - watch for tons of parent resources coming your way! Questions? Contact Kari Rodman.
Please note: there is no Crossview Kids on Wednesday, Dec. 27.
This is our mid-week gathering for middle and high school students! During the engaging large group times, students will hear an age-specific message, followed by intentional connection in their small groups that will help them to connect the message with their lives every day. There will be fellowship and fun as well, where students connect with one another through games and activities.
At Crossview, we value confirmation as an opportunity for students in 8th grade to go through an intentional year of discipleship consisting of three key components: (1) to read through and discuss the big picture of God’s story each week with a mentor; (2) to learn about core building blocks of our faith through weekly journaling and weekly large group sessions (10:30am on Sundays); and (3) to reflect on their own faith journey by completing two project experiences. Learn more >>
Retreats, Special Events, Lock-Ins, Mission Trips, Service Opportunities, etc. Because we value evangelism, discipleship, and outreach, we will provide different connection points throughout the year where students can invite their friends, grow in their faith, and find opportunities to serve.
5Cs Preschool is a Christian, week-day, non-profit, pre-kindergarten program for children ages 24 months – pre-kindergarten. It is an outreach ministry of Crossview Covenant Church. Each child must file an application form with $30.00 application fee and have a complete health form prior to enrollment in the program.
5Cs is a licensed preschool through the Minnesota Department of Human Services. All teachers and assistant teachers meet the qualifications for preschool education set by DHS. The school was one of the first in Minnesota to achieve accreditation by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs (a subsidiary of the National Association for the Education of Young Children).
5Cs will be in operation from September through mid-May. During those months, the calendar of Mankato District 77 will generally be followed. The same snow days will also be observed.
For more information, please call 507-388-2222. Click HERE to download our brochure and registration form.
The aim of the 5Cs is to supplement the home in providing experiences which promote the intellectual, social, religious, emotional and physical development of your child.
It is the combination of playmates, creative experiences, a Christian atmosphere and a friendly, competent teacher which makes pre-kindergarten a valuable experience. We believe a child will come to know Jesus through association with caring Christian adults and teaching of age appropriate Christian principles.
The basic philosophy of instruction at 5Cs is summarized in the statement of Dr. Lawrence Frank, educator and author: “Play is the way a child learns what no one can teach him.”
Included in the daily schedule are opportunities for each child to explore and discover: