Family Communion Guide
On the fourth Sunday of each month, kids in grades 1-6 are invited to join their parents in the Worship Centre at the beginning of the gathering, where we will participate in worship and communion together. Kids at Crosspoint are welcome to take communion, although we recognize that there are different views and encourage parents and guardians to decide what is best for their own family.
We have put together this Family Communion Guide, which outlines what Crosspoint thinks about children and communion, and offers practical tools for how you might explain communion to your own kids.
Family Bible Time
One of the marks of a disciple is Pursuit; the desire to know Christ personally above all things. Our kids will come to know Christ when they seek him through personal spiritual practices like Bible reading and prayer. One way you can do this is by establishing a Bible Time as part of your family's regular rhythm.
Family Bible time is going to look different for everyone. There’s no right or wrong way to do it; what matters is that you’re teaching your kids the importance of prioritizing a relationship with Jesus. This article has some helpful tips for getting started.
For an example of what your Family Bible time could look like, check out this Devotional Guide.
Here are some kid-friendly Bible reading plans that you can follow. For younger kids, you might want to split the readings into even smaller chunks.
Crosspoint Kids Music
Check out this collection of songs to hear some of our Crosspoint Kids favourites with links to listen and sing along at home.
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