a secure space
The well being, safety, and security of our students is top priority. We have a number of volunteers and paid staff who monitor Fortify for security. Our check-in system for students is to ensure that they are safe in their environments on campus while the parents and other adults can safely, and with peace of mind, worship in theirs.
Fortify has been waiting just for YOU!
When you arrive, look for a Red Table in our lobby, and a volunteer will be ready to greet you and walk with you throughout the entire check-in process. We will ask for some personal information (like names, birthdates, address, phone #, etc.), but again, no need to worry! A trained volunteer is ready, and so excited, to meet you.
Again, we have been waiting for you.
Our main goal, as a staff and as volunteers, is to make sure that you are cared for and loved while here at Crossland.
If you have a need, reach out to a staff member, and they will be more than willing to help you.
Contact a staff member below by clicking the button of the campus you attend/will be visiting.
what fortify is all about
(6th - 12th Grade)
We’re dedicated to providing a place for students to connect with God, other students, and older committed leaders that pour their hearts into watching these students grow closer to Christ.
We meet weekly, on Wednesday evenings, and it's a time for students to gather during a dinner time meal, engage in worship together, and hear and discuss God’s Word in smaller, life groups.
We also meet on Sunday mornings and gather in age appropriate groups led by small group leaders as we open up His Word.
“Here is what I am commanding you to do.
Be strong and brave. Do not be afraid. Do not lose hope. I am the Lord your God. I will be with you everywhere you go.”
This is worship experience all on it's own, specifically designed for students of today.
Much of our music is student lead, because we believe that the generation needs to lead! All around, this a positive, upbeat environment.
This is delivered in a large group environment. The teacher engages the whole group by looking into a Bible passage and digging into a specific idea that is applicable to where students are and the situations they face each day.
These groups are divided up by guys and girls. After worship, leaders take students to discuss the big idea from the teaching, allowing students and leaders to engage in awesome conversation. Life Groups allow students to live life together.