Having the opportunity to care for children is a precious gift from God. As members of the body of Christ (see 1 Corinthians 12:12-31), children have a significant role in the life and health of the church. At Crossroads, we are committed to promoting the thriving, growth, health, and all-around well-being of our little ones and consider it a special joy to be entrusted with teaching them about God and his Word. We are also committed to supporting and caring for parents. One exciting new way in which this occurs is through the middle and high school youth, who recently implemented a semi-annual Parents’ Night Out, at which they offer free childcare and an evening full of fun for the kids.
Crossroads’ Children’s Ministry includes the following:
Our Nursery is available during the Worship Service. You may drop off infants and young children up to 3 years of age, before the service, starting at 10:20a.m. All of our volunteer caregivers have undergone a background check and there is always a Primary and Assistant Caregiver on duty.
Christian Education Classes will resume in the Fall.
- Preschool (Ages 2–4): Preschoolers learn that God keeps his promises.
- Younger Elementary (Grades K–3): Children encounter Jesus through his powerful signs and wonders.
- Older Elementary (Grades 4–6): Pre-teens see the Bible as one story – God’s story of salvation through Christ.
For more information about Crossroads’ Children’s Ministry, contact Heidi Wethered at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heidi Wethered – Nursery Director
Heidi grew up in Williamsport, Maryland. She attended Western Maryland College (now McDaniel) where she received her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Social Work degrees. She also went on to receive her Master’s degree in Special Education Program Management from Western Maryland. She has been married to Bennett, an ordained evangelist with the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, for 30 years. They moved to Virginia in 2003 where Bennett served as pastor. They have two daughters, Hannah and Becca. Hannah is married to Rob, and she is the Music Director for Crossroads. They have two sons who I love being with! Becca currently lives in Richmond and works for a non-profit healthcare clinic and is serving as music director of her church. Heidi has been a member of Crossroads since 2015. Currently, she works with the Prince William County Adult Education Program and teaches English at a local homeschool co-op, CHESS. She enjoys reading and scrapbooking in her free time.