Crosswalk: K–5

The combined influences of the home
and the church make a greater impact
than they could separately.

Crosswalk: Kindergarten–5th grade
Sunday • 8:30, 10:00, & 11:30 am • Great Room

Crosswalk is designed to help your child discover Jesus through teaching, worship, skits, games and other fun, engaging interactions. We're committed to providing relevant, age-appropriate experiences, so Kindergarten–2nd grade and 3rd–5th grade each have their own large-group environments. Small groups are also part of the Crosswalk dynamic. Here kids can comfortably learn to pray, establish meaningful relationships and share their thoughts on how they can apply lessons learned from the large-group teaching.

If you and your child are new to Crosswalk, simply come to the Great Room (through the Cafe off of the main lobby) where you can register with a member of our Hospitality Team. All PAC Kids volunteers are screened for your child's safety. At check-in, your child will receive an ID tag that matches a parent tag you'll receive. We carefully match parent to child by tags, so be sure to return with your tag when it's time to pick up your child. At pickup you'll receive an outline of the day's lesson to help you reinforce at home the Big Idea your child learned while you were in the worship service.

Questions about Crosswalk? Email us.

Family Time Live: Kindergarten–5th Grade
Select Friday Nights • Great Room
Pizza & fun start at 6:30 pm • Show starts at 7 pm
Family Time Live! is where kids and parents learn together about God's Big Ideas. This fast-paced, one-hour, interactive, multi-media production complements our Crosswalk curriculum and reinforces the lessons presented to your children each Sunday. Our next Family Time Live! date is unavailable at this time.

Questions about Family Time Live? Email us.

Cub Scouts & Boy Scouts of America
Princeton Alliance Church Troop 193
Select Mondays and Fridays

  Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts of America offer a family-centered program for boys in 1st–5th grade, and 6th grade and up, respectively. The Scouts provide a wide variety of exciting experiences focused on character and leadership development.

Questions? Email a Cub Scout leader or a Boy Scout leader for Troop 193.