FAQs

Who are we?
Crossroads began in 1968 as a church plant of Perry United Methodist Church with a desire to meet people at the crossroads of life with the transforming love of Jesus. We are broken and flawed people who are being made whole by the grace of God in Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. We want the same wholeness for you.

What do we believe?
See: What We Believe

Where do I park?
To access our parking area, turn off of Main Street onto Glenwood Avenue. Take a left onto Ross Street and follow the signs indicating where to park for each worship service. There are visitor and handicap parking spots available for both worship services.

What do I wear?
9:00 AM Traditional Worship:  Even though this is a traditional service, it is still casual and comfortable. Some men wear ties, others wear jeans. Women wear anything from dresses to jeans. No matter what you wear, you will be welcome in this service!

10:45 AM Contemporary Worship:  We encourage you to dress comfortably. People wear anything from dresses to shorts.

What is the traditional worship service like?
This service begins at 9:00 AM and lasts about one hour. We worship in our newly renovated sanctuary. We sing familiar hymns and use elements of worship like the Apostles’ Creed and the Lord’s Prayer.

What is the contemporary worship service like?
This services begin at 10:45 AM and last about one hour.  Coffee, hot chocolate and sweet tea are available in our lobby prior to worship. A live band leads us in worship and then our message comes in a conversational manner.  This service is also in our newly renovated sanctuary.

What do you do to ensure the safety of my children?
We follow a comprehensive Safe Sanctuary policy because we take the safety of our children seriously. Each worker and volunteer have been screened and have passed a Criminal Background Check. All children should be checked in and given a label with a number that matches yours.  If you have any other questions, contact Tawndee Dillard, Children’s Director, or Daniel Watkins, Youth Director.