Our mission at Crossings Community Center is to humbly proclaim the message of Jesus by meeting the physical and spiritual needs of those in our community.
We serve as the missions hub for Crossings Community Church and strive to partner with those in surrounding neighborhoods to build a more spiritually, physically, and relationally healthy community.
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Mission & Purpose
Crossings Community Center focuses on community development in the inner-city of Oklahoma City by addressing a variety of issues.
For example, our after school program, called The Club, builds Christ-centered mentoring relationships while teaching life skills (cooking, technology, exercise, creative expression) to John Marshall High School students. We also know the importance of staying active and healthy so we are offering a socially distant chair fitness class for senior adults in our community.
With a passion for supporting strong family units, which positively affect the community at large, we host Community Nights. These nights focus on bringing the family together to have some fun, meet neighbors, and build lasting relationships.
We also know the importance staying active and healthy, so we’ve partnered with Integris to offer a variety of fitness classes for those in our community that need it the most.
Our focused service is designed to glorify God and bring unity to our city and the people within it by treating everyone with dignity.
Crossings Community Center is committed to bringing positive and lasting change to the heart of Oklahoma City because Christ has brought positive and lasting change to our heart. As we seek the best for our community and our neighbors, every effort, activity, and community event is rooted in sharing the love of God.
We can’t do it alone, nor should we. If you want to partner with those in our community to help make this an all-around healthier city, we’d love to have you on our team! Contact us today about volunteer opportunities!
At the Club, we are passionate about sharing Christ with inner-city youth attending John Marshall High School. The following opportunities are available at the Crossings Community Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00-5:30, beginning September 8. This schedule will be in place throughout the period of virtual schooling. We will provide a safe place for learning and positive engagement. Lunch and a snack will be served on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Dinner will be served to the student’s entire family on Thursdays. Various time commitments including, one-time opportunities and ongoing opportunities are available. Choose the shift that best suits your schedule.
All of these volunteer opportunities are in person and masks will be required. We will be accepting 50 students.
Top Volunteer Needs:
- 1 CDL driver on Tuesdays from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., 1 willing to fill in as-needed on Thursdays at the same time.
- 1 Club greeter on the bus (bus rider) – shift from 10:45-11:30 a.m. – accompany bus driver on route, take attendance on the bus.
- 1 Club greeter to check in students as they arrive – shift 10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m..
- 3 Club hospitality helpers to prep, serve and clean up lunch for the students – shift will be 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m..
- 5 Club virtual school monitors – roaming the large room here in the Community Center, be willing to answer basic questions. The main focus of this volunteer position will be to make sure students are engaging in their schooling. Some students may need help with their work. This shift will be from 12:00-2:30 p.m.
- 5 Club activity helpers – volunteers willing to engage in games and activities with the students and monitor free time – 2:30-5:30 p.m.
- 5-Minute Devotion Leaders
- Community Nights
- Gym Monitor
- Center Event Host
- Club Hospitality Volunteer
- Club Small Group Leaders
- Club Art Leader
- Club Audiovisual Tech
- Club Gym/Fitness Leader
Are you ready to Volunteer at Crossings? Complete this form and we’ll help you find the right team and opportunity for your passions and talents!
Crossings Community Center Programming & Upcoming Events
Senior Citizen ChairFitness Classes
Every Wednesday // 10:00 a.m.
Senior Citizen Chair Fitness Class is open to those who live in the 73120 and 73114 zip code areas. Class size is limited. Must register by calling 405-242-5530. Once you have registered, you will be contacted if there are openings available for more participants.
Every Thursday // After School
This afterschool program is designed for high school students from John Marshall. Students are picked up directly after school and bused to our Community Center. From there, they get a Bible lesson, discuss character development in a small group and are taught life skills. Then students and their families are welcome to share dinner, open gym, and open computer lab! (Follows the OKC Public School Schedule)
To learn more contact the Community Center at 405-242-5530.
Crossings Community Center Director