Christian Fellowship together with people with disabilities

How does Crossroads function?

Through the branches:
- each branch is part of the local church congregation who give care and support
- activities at each branch are tailored to meet the needs of the members. In this way each branch develops its own unique character
- programmes cover a wide range of activities – active and quiet games, music, craft, visiting speakers and entertainers, dinners, outings and devotions
- day trips and holiday weekends are organised on a state and branch level.

Who this service is for

People with disabilities


Each branch sets a small cost for meals and/or transport.
State-wide activities are subsidized. (Annual picnic day and Holiday weekend)

Opening Hours

There are three branches in the State.
Devonport - meets 1st Tuesday of each month 5:30-7:30 pm
Launceston North - meets 3rd Tuesday of each month 6.00-8.00 pm
Launceston South - meets 1st Tuesday of each month 6.00-8.00 pm

Accessibility Support

All venues are accessible for people with disabilities.

How this service is delivered

  • Face-to-face

    Groups are held monthly at individual branch locations.


For further information, you can download our brochure here

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Updated: 26/02/2020

Provided by

St Michaels Independent Services Hall, 2-3 Chant Street, East Launceston
Launceston North Uniting Church, 128-132 George Town Road, Newnham Tas
Uniting Church Worship Centre, 12 Forbes Street, Devonport Tas