As the 2018/2019 school year winds to a close, we at Crossroads are gearing up for the start of the 2019/2020 school year. Every year, we reflect upon what we can do better and how we can raise community awareness about food insecurity in our local schools. We recently held our annual “Thank You” happy hour with school counselors and social workers. It is our opportunity to thank them for their support but to also find out how we can better serve their students. Overwhelming, they stated that the students need a mid-afternoon snack. Other counselors expressed concern for
Save the date to join us for Sunday School Rally and and our Church Fall Festival. Details on the many activities coming soon!
Cards, Cards, Cards! Need a card for that special occasion? What could be more special than a handmade card? The Arts and Artisan ladies have created cards for many occasions and have displayed them on the Oasis table located in the sanctuary. At $3 each, you can’t beat the quality and price. Beautiful gift-boxed cards are also available for $15, still $3 per card. Examples of the cards contained in each box can be seen on the table. Thanks for your patronage. All money goes to the Village of Hope in Haiti. We are feeding the children – help
Save the dates for these exciting opportunities! July 8-12: Another exciting week of Vacation Bible School for ages 4 years old through rising 5th graders. There are opportunities for all to serve. More details coming soon! July 14-19: Summer Camp at Caroline Furnace campers can expect a week packed with fun! Open to those in first grade to 18. Swim, canoe, fish, creek walk, play small and large group games, challenge yourselves on low ropes course, hike, cook over a campfire, create crafts, learn archery, gain culinary skills, and explore the furnace ruins on camp property. Pastor Darcy will
Eight of our youth and three adults went on a mission trip to Taylorsville, North Carolina the last week of June. The group learned about the strengths and struggles of marginalized rural populations and had opportunities to serve in different areas of the community each day. Sunday, June 30, participants shared their special memories from the week and how they were blessed to have experienced serving the community.
Calling all Youth! On June 13th, from 6:00 – 8:00 PM, we will gather at Shepherd of the Hills (4090 Sudley Road) to pack approximately 250 weekend meals for the Crossroads-Connection summer program. The summer program will support elementary aged children who receive free/reduced lunches while attending 9 weeks of Prince William County SACC Summer Camp. In addition, we will have pizza, outdoor games (volleyball, giant Connect 4, etc.) or bring your favorite board game, and community fellowship time. Please note that this is a community event! We hope to see Scouts, Juniorettes, Youth Groups, or whomever else you’d
Eleven church members went to Caroline Furnace Retreat Center in Fort Valley for the SOTH 6th Annual Family Fellowship Fishing Fun day on Saturday, May 11. All had a nice time, and more than 25 fish were caught & released. Some caught their first fish ever, and some caught their first fish in 20 years. This year we were allowed to use the paddle boats on the lake. Thanks to Administrator Julie & Director Tom for keeping the building & grounds in great shape, and for making improvements!
Join us for fun, fellowship and a playful hunt for candy. Special guest visit from the Easter Bunny. Please bring your own baskets for children to fill with goodies. All are welcome!