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High School

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9th–12th Grade students
Meet in the Crossroads Room (E202) located on the second floor of the Soltau Center

We've got plans for you! There are lots of opportunities to connect to what's going on at First Evan. Here's what you need to know...the best way to keep in touch with us is to be on our emailing list. Just email Eli Berry to be added.

Email: students@firstevan.org | Instagram: @feccrossroads & @elijahlukeberry | Twitter: @fecstudents | Facebook: Crossroads at First Evan

Sunday Mornings

Sundays, 10:00–11:15 a.m., Crossroads Room (E202)

If you are a high schooler or if you are interested in investing in the lives of high schoolers, come and hang out. During our Crossroads Sunday school hour, we eat together, worship together, and open God’s word together. Come as you are!

Light Nights

April 2&23, and May 7, 6:30–8:15 p.m.
The Berry's House (4969 Flamingo Road)

Wednesday Nights

Wednesdays,  6:15–7:30 p.m. (usually hang out until 8:00 p.m.), Crossroads Room

Student Ministry Midweek provides an opportunity for students to grow in their relationships with Jesus, their friends, and their adult small group leader. Each week we meet for fellowship, worship, teaching, and small group meetings. Small groups are divided by grade and gender to discuss the message from the evening, build friendships, and pray together. It is a great time for students to grow deeper in their faith by sharing life with each other in a fun-packed evening. For more information, email Eli Berry.

Click here for directions to First Evan. When you get to the church, enter the left side parking lot and enter through gym lobby. Above the gym you will find the Crossroads room (E202).


Crossroads Ministry strives to have consistent partnerships with local organizations to provide students with opportunities to give back and to serve others. This is done with the intentions to love and serve our city and the world around us with the love of Christ.  We also believe providing opportunities for students to be a part of something bigger than themselves is extremely valuable. Currently our three partnerships are with Agape North, Operation Broken Silence, and Multi-National Ministries.

Agape North
Agape North

Provides Crossroads with all of our shirts, stickers, and most likely any other memorabilia you see our students wearing. We buy all of this through them and then they provide school uniforms for local and international students. This is a simple and creative way for our ministry to reach a little further with our promotional materials. Our students receive a cool shirt and Agape North provides school uniforms to students in need. For more information on what Agape North does, click here.

Operation Broken Silence

Operation Broken Silence

A local non-profit organization leading a global movement for peace and justice in Sudan through innovative programs. Our students work alongside OBS through fundraising, participating in their yearly 5k, having our own events that raise funds, and any other ways we are able. To learn more about Operation Broken Silence, click here.

Multi-National Ministries
Multi-National Ministries

A Christian organization that reaches out to the world that has come to Memphis—the refugees and immigrants who need help finding their way, understanding the culture, achieving academic success, and feeling the love of God. Just about every Monday night during the school year, we load up a van full of students and head to MNM for a night of tutoring and evangelism. For more information on the work of Multi-National Ministries, click here.

Check out our calendar for events that relate to the above organizations and more!

Crossroads Hiking Trip

Wednesday, May 31, Chattanooga, TN, Cost: $45
Depart: 5:30 a.m., Gym Parking Lot; arrive between 5:00–5:15 a.m. (donuts provided for breakfast)
12:30 a.m. (If we get back any sooner or later, emails will be sent out to keep you informed!)
Packing List: athletic clothes, tennis shoes/hiking boots (no open-toed shoes), snacks for sharing, a water bottle

We have picked out a trail that is safe and appropiate for all students, no matter their previous experience. This trip is a good opportunity for students to bond, get out in God's creation and have some fun. We hope you can make it!

Note: We will have some willing parents and adult leaders sharing the driving duties there and back. We will take as many 13–15 passenger vans as we need!