What should I expect on Sunday mornings?
Our services start with public singing as the church sings hymns together. Between hymns, there will also be several prayers offered with different focuses. Then, there will be a sermon preached from the Bible, which typically lasts 40-50 minutes. Many church members typically stay after the service for a time of casual conversation and fellowship.
Singing. prayer. preaching.
come as you are
How should I dress?
There’s no dress code! Some people come in casual attire, others feel more comfortable attending in full suits. Whatever you wear, you’ll find Crossroads to be a comfortable environment.
Are there childrens' classes?
All children join us for the first part of every worship service. Before our sermon time, children ages Birth—5 years old have the option to join a kids' class.
2 corinthians 9:7 giving
Will I be asked to give money?
No! We believe that giving to the church is not to be done under coercion. We do not pass an offering plate during our services. For regular church members who desire to support the church financially, there is an offering box in the back, or giving may be done online.
Will I be pointed out in any way?
When you come you can expect to be greeted at the door and handed a bulletin with service information. We can't promise that people will ignore you - most likely there will be lots of friendly greetings before the service begins! During the service, you will not be asked to stand or be singled out publicly in any way.
You're among friends
What's the church community like?
We have a close-knit community that fellowships with each other and cares for each others' needs. We have regular small groups and church potlucks.