High school students are forced to walk a tightrope – they are expected to be adults and be “kids” at the same time. As someone has said, “We tell students to act their age and then get upset with them when they do.” If middle school is marked with changes, high school could almost be defined by it.

Our hope, as a ministry, is to help students walk that tightrope and to discover what it means to follow Jesus during this time in their lives. We want our students to see that Jesus is relevant to their lives and satisfies them at this time, and not just when they are younger…or older. We believe that high school students can become fully devoted followers of Christ, here and now, and can reach their peers with the good news of Jesus Christ.



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The Outlet (Sunday Nights) / 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. / Room 100A
Our Sunday night gatherings typically include the following: some time for students to connect with one another, a game or two, a creative response to God and His love for us, and a biblically-based lesson relevant to the lives and world of students.

Sunday Mornings / 10:30 a.m. (Begin in Worship Service at 10:00 a.m.) / Downstairs Room 100A


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Camp Winema 2019

July 14-20 (Sunday–Saturday)

This camp is for students going into 9th–12th grades. The cost is $250. Please sign up online for the 1st High School Camp at www.winema.org and let Brian Hall know you are going at brian.hall@crossroadsportland.com

Ministry Contact

Brian Hall / brian.hall@crossroadsportland.com