FAQ




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Coming to a church for the first time can feel a bit overwhelming. Below are answers to some commonly asked questions that will help you know what to expect at Crossroads...

What times are the services? Where do I go? What do I wear?

We have one Sunday morning worship service that starts at 10:30 am. You are always welcome to come a touch early at 10:00 am and enjoy some coffee, refreshments, fellowship as well. Prior to our service we have a connecting community for adults that starts at 9:00 am. Crossroads is a diverse group of people and you will fit in with whatever you choose to wear.

What does Crossroads have for kids?

Your kids are important to us. From childcare to children's programming on Sundays and Wednesdays, click here to explore the many ways Crossroads can partner with you in laying the foundation for your child's faith.

What does Crossroads have for teens?

Crossroads is passionate about teens. Click the following links to see what is available for your teens.

How do I start connecting with more people?

While worshipping together is important, a worship service is not the best way to connect with others personally. To form Christ-centered connections with the people of Crossroads, we encourage you to consider participating in a small group.

Can I watch or listen to past messages?

Click here to listen or watch past messages or to download them for later listening. For messages prior to August 2012, call or email the church office.

What does Crossroads believe?

We aim to be Christ-centered and Biblically-anchored in our beliefs and practice. The following links provide detailed explanations of our beliefs and our mission and vision for the future. Crossroads is a member of the Fellowship of Evangelical Churches.

Who can I talk to about faith-related questions?

Any of our pastors would love to schedule a time to meet with you. Click here to contact one of our pastors.

Can anyone use the facility during the week?

Crossroads has been blessed with a wonderful facility that was designed to serve our community. To learn more, click here.