immediate need

serve in crossway kids

We have resumed our Nursery and Preschool classes, but we still need a few more volunteers! Please consider how you might help meet this need. 

join a sunday morning team

greeting

Volunteers on our greeting team are some of the first people our attendees come in contact with on Sunday morning. They serve our church once a month. They greet people before services, help people find seats, and answer questions that may come up for first-time visitors.

facilities

Help ensure the building is ready to go for our Sunday morning worship services. Volunteers come early to set up chairs or stay late to stack all the chairs back in place.

transportation 

Some of our attendees don't have a way to get to get to church, so members of our transportation team provide a way for folks to be a part of our Sunday morning gathering.

worship team

Volunteers on our worship team use their gifts and abilities to minister to the church body through the expression of music. If you sing or play an instrument, notify us and we will be in touch with you. 

production team

Our production team keeps things running smoothly during our Sunday morning services. There are team members who run the lighting and sound booth, and others who handle the slides during worship. If you have experience with production or would like to learn, let us know!

come alongside the next generation of kingdom builders

infant-pre-k

Care for children ages newborn through Pre-K while showing them how much Jesus loves them. Our nursery environment allows for parents to be fully present on a Sunday morning knowing their child is in a safe and loving environment.

k-5th grade

Lead kids K-5th grade to Jesus through weekly teachings and small group discussions. Volunteers help check in kids, lead classrooms, provide assistance to classroom teachers and lead small group discussions.

6th-12th grade

Volunteers in our Middle School or High School ministry get the opportunity to create relationships with students and minister to them through the teaching of Scripture, worship and intentional discipleship. They set up events, greet students, lead D-groups and sing or play in the worship band.

be a part of the community

the wilson after-school program

Volunteers with the Wilson Partnership come alongside the needs at Wilson Elementary to love and serve the children of the school and wider community. They tutor, help out at events, lead efforts to serve teachers and a range of other things. Apply herehttps://crossway.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/205/responses/new
Justin and Catherine Denney, with their Gospel Community, are doing pioneering efforts in Kenosha’s Wilson Heights neighborhood. Many of them live in the Wilson neighborhood, volunteer with the Wilson after-school program, and are committed to building relationships in the community. Over time, the hope is to plant a church made up of both people from CrossWay and the Wilson community.

To find out more about volunteering, reach out to Justin Denney

safe families for children - racine & kenosha county

Safe Families for Children hosts vulnerable children and creates extended family–like support for desperate families. Safe Families is a community of devoted volunteers who are motivated by compassion to keep children safe and families intact. To learn more about the organization, contact CrossWay member Heather Gaither.  

Care Net Family Resource Center

Whatever your gifting, Care Net has a spot for you. Care Net is always looking for volunteers to work with clients, help with their events, organize the Baby Boutique, help with building maintenance and more! If you'd like to serve at Care Net, please reach out to Care Net's Executive Director Alycia Johnson.

partner with missionaries around the world

bridge teams

Bridge Teams meet about once a month to talk with a mission partner, pray for them and serve them in various ways. This is one of the vital ways we support and encourage our mission partners across the globe.

help care for your brothers and sisters within the church

meal train team

Food is one of the ways we serve others in the church who are experiencing major transitions. Whether you sign up to make a homemade meal or send a gift card for takeout, these meals help serve a very practical need as families undergo surgeries, endure illness or welcome newborns.

funeral team

When a loved one passes away and the memorial service is held at CrossWay, our Funeral Team helps the family with service and reception details. Team members help with building services, food preparation, and general support and care for the family.

deacon partners

Do you have a skill within the trades? Are you handy? Do you like yard work? Do you enjoy visiting shut-ins? We'd love to know what your skill set is or if you have a unique skill to serve others with in our church family. When a need arises, we will contact you.