WCR Kids Ministry

Birth - 5th grade


WCR Kids exists to glorify God by making disciples who worship Him, connect with His people, and reach the world with Jesus Christ.

Children are a vital part of the ministry here at Wake Cross Roads. WCR is here to assist families in the spiritual development of their children by offering age-appropriate learning methods and activities that encourage them to discover God in a personal way. 




Safety & Security


We care about your child’s safety and security. To protect the safety and security of all children, a security nametag and matching receipt for parents are printed upon check-in at one of our computer kiosks. In addition, only adults with a security receipt will be allowed to pick up their child. Your help is appreciated so that we can keep our children safe.



Sunday Morning Classes

Sunday 9:45-10:45am


*There are currently no WCR Kids Sunday morning 9:45am classes on campus due to COVID-19. Nursery is available at the 11:00am worship service for ages 5 and under*

WCR Kids Sunday morning classes are offered at 9:45am. We believe this is vital in growing as a Christ Follower at WCR. Many small groups for adults and teens are offered during the same time WCR Kids large/small groups meet. Families are encouraged to attend worship together afterwards at 11:00am.


The WCR Kids Sunday morning experience offers an exciting large group time of music, games, devotion, and learning about how to reach our community and the world, followed by an engaging small group time consisting of equipping children through bible study, games, videos, and crafts. Our large group and small group material is based on The Gospel Project curriculum.  



AWANA Program

Wednesday 6:30-7:50pm


Our AWANA program runs from September to May each Wednesday night from 6:30pm-7:50pm for children age 2 through 5th grade. Groups are separated by age: Puggles for age 2, Cubbies for age 3 and 4, Sparks for grades K-2, and T&T for grades 3-5. This worldwide curriculum features exciting games, storytelling, puppet shows, and biblical teaching, as well as take-home activities and tools so parents can continue the conversation with their children about their faith beyond the church's walls.