Bringing glory to God through the transforming of lives
                 by the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
                   Our passion is that all people find their satisfaction in God alone.

At the heart of Jesus’ teaching is the commandment to love your neighbor. While obedience to this command can and will take many forms, at Crossway we believe that an important element ought to be extending compassion and care to those in need in our community.

  • Care Net Pregnancy Center

    The Care Net Pregnancy Center (website) on Roosevelt Avenue in Kenosha is a Christ-centered ministry committed to upholding the sanctity of human life by demonstrating the love of Jesus to women and men facing issues of unplanned pregnancy.  Care Net does this through counseling, educating, and praying for those in need.  The work of Care Net is primarily supported by volunteers and financial gifts from donors.   

  • Genesis House

    The Genesis House of Southeastern Wisconsin was established in 1990 as a non-traditional Christian maternity home for homeless young women who are facing a crisis pregnancy. Much more than a shelter, we offer a comprehensive program for young women who desire to make positive changes in their lives. Located on one and one-half acres of land in Pleasant Prairie, the facility is furnished complete with a library and living quarters that will easily accommodate four to five residents. 

    We firmly believe that many of these young women overwhelmed by an untimely pregnancy can and will change their life-styles when given encouragement and some reasonable, helpful suggestions. Our caring program is designed to educate girls about options available to them and explore the pros and cons of single parenting versus adoption. Each woman is then free to make an intelligent decision regarding her baby and her future.

  • Wilson School Partnership

    Wilson Elementary School (4520 33rd Ave; Kenosha, WI 53144) is a small neighborhood school built in 1953, where approximately 220 students currently attend Kindergarten through fifth-grade.  These students attend Wilson in a year-round format.  Wilson's administration, teachers, and other staff are some of the most dedicated and caring people you will meet and they are vitally engaged in the lives of their students.  Wilson is a school that's easy to love.  

    CrossWay is grateful for the opportunity to serve this school by providing student tutoring, mentoring, translation services and other activities designed to compliment the community of parents and teachers at Wilson.