Crossroads is all about Jesus. You won’t be met with shame, guilt, or condemnation. We don’t care how you’re dressed or what candidate you voted for. Our church is made up of imperfect people with every kind of story imaginable just looking for a place to call home. Want to know the best part? No matter what you’ve been through or what questions you might have about God and faith, our church is a place where you’ll find the love, grace, and forgiveness Jesus gives to everyone.
Sundays @ 9:00 AM
At Crossroads, our traditional service is set up to be a welcoming hour of well-known hymns, an inspiring message, statements of our faith, and an acknowledgement that we're all part of the family of God. Attendees are free to wear anything they're comfortable in, but most come dressed in slacks and button downs or blouses.
Sundays @ 11:00 AM
At Crossroads, our contemporary service is geared towards people that enjoy up-tempo worship songs and being led by talented instrumentalists. Attire is anything you're comfortable in. Jeans, t-shirts, and shorts are regularly worn. Upon attending, you'll be greeted with modern songs, a relatable message, food and drink, and activities for children.
I Have Kids
If I have children, what can I expect for them at Crossroads?
Children at Crossroads are treated as one of our utmost priorities. We provide a nursery and children's activities during our contemporary service as well as on Wednesday nights. All of our volunteers are trained in accordance with our safe sanctuary policies, and we take extra care to make our church a home for children with special needs.
Both our traditional and contemporary services are approximately an hour in length. Of that, the sermon makes up around 25 minutes, and the rest is filled with music, fellowship, announcements regarding events in our church, and prayer.
Length of a Service
How long are the services at Crossroads?
What's the culture like at Crossroads?
Crossroads has always been a community that welcomes everyone. Our members are like family and love to help each other grow in their personal lives and their walk with Christ. Laughter and jokes are common. Come as you are and expect to feel loved and respected no matter your background. Our doors are open to all.
In our traditional service, our pianist plays through the opening chorus/verse once before we start singing, so people can follow the tune. For our contemporary service, we have set up a playlist below updated with each week's worship songs to allow people to familiarize themselves with the words and tune. Many people don't sing, so you'll never look out of place.
Unfamiliarity With Music
I'm not familiar with Christian music, and singing is a large part of the service. Will I stand out for not being able to sing along?
"Felt completely at home the first day I walked in six years ago. Wonderful people, services for both traditional and contemporary followers, and a wonderful message."