High Five Children's Ministry (4yrs-6th Grade)

High Five Children’s Ministry seeks to help children (Pre K through 6th grade) to understand who God is and His plan for them through their faith as believers.  When children try to accomplish something that has taken a great deal of effort a high five to their open hand can mean a great deal.  It is a sign of recognition, encouragement, and acceptance. God is the eternal source of encouragement for us all.   God is the biggest giver of high fives that there could ever be.   His hands were held out on the cross, pierced for our transgressions, in love.

Crosswalk High Five

The Crosswalk has been designed as a city to demonstrate the uniqueness of God’s most special creation, His children. Each of us has been given gifts and talents to serve our Creator, for His purpose.


As believers, we must be united in our efforts as a church body to win the world for Jesus. By taking steps with Christ as our personal savior, together in our relationships with one another, the world may see and know Him. 


The Crosswalk incorporates many features aimed at instructing children, providing leadership opportunities, and welcoming the community into God’s neighborhood.

The Five Biblical Principles

The goal of High Five Ministries is to reach the lost and build the saved through 5 Basic biblical principles represented by an outstretched Hand.


Principle I: 

God is the Savior for the world. John 3:16-17


Principle II: 

God is our personal Savior and friend. Matthew 22:37


Principle III: 

We are all special in God’s eyes. Matthew 22:39


Principle IV: 

God and His word help us to make the right choices in life. Exodus 20:1-17


Principle V: 

We need to share God’s Love with everyone.    Matthew 28:19-20

Core Truths

We want children to know the following core truths revealed in scripture for each of us:


God Created You


God Loves You


God Has A Plan For You


God Has A Purpose For You


God Wants You To Live The Destiny He Has For You

Check-In

Your child is important to us. On your first visit, we need the following personal information: parent/legal guardian names, children’s names and birthdates, address, phone number and any special instructions (allergies, special needs) for each child. This information is entered into our High Five database to help maintain our secure check-in system.

Safety

Your child’s safety is our first priority. All High Five volunteers pass a background check, and we employ an off-duty police officer as well as our own security team to ensure your child’s safety. We use a security tag system for child check-in and pick-up.