Thank you for stopping by the Crosspoint website. We encourage you to navigate through our site using the drop down menu above. Below are some resources, a slideshow of upcoming events and some frequently asked questions under "What To Expect"
1. Bible Study Groups - Sundays -10am
2. "So You May Believe" Sermon Series in John- begins Dec. 6
3. Family Business Meeting- Dec. 6
4. Student Fellowship- Dec. 20 - 6pm
5. Christmas Eve Service- Dec. 24- 6:30pm
At Crosspoint we seek discipleship that is life changing because as a church & individuals we learn from God’s Word: Who He is, Who we are, Our need for Him, Ways God receives glory from all of our life. Click below for Discipleship resources for your family.
Crosspoint Church is a doctrinally sound Southern Baptist Church that gathers together for worship each Sunday. Our goal is to reach every corner of the world with the good news of Jesus Christ. We are a community of believers of all ages that is committed to living life together and standing firm on the Word of God. We are also committed to being a "Family-Equipping Church" by building strong families and teaching children of all ages the truths of the Bible.
Our worship service begins at 11am.
Our doors will open at 10:50am. Come on in and park either in our front or back parking lot. Look for the Welcome To Crosspoint sign and enter through the double doors in the front or back.
The Crosspoint Elder team has asked everyone to respectfully follow the current statewide mask mandate. We ask two things of everyone: 1) When you enter the building, move throughout the building and are about to leave, please wear a mask. (we have masks available if you do not have one). 2) When you are stiting with your family in our chairs that are six feet apart, you may remove your mask if you would like.
When you come into our foyer, one of our welcome team members will greet you with a smile and answer any questions you have. As you enter for worship, feel free to stop by one of our welcome tables to get information about Crosspoint. We also have prayer cards, sermon listening guides and family worship packs in the back.
Our worship service includes fellowship, modern songs of both hymns and contemporary songs, Scripture readings, Expositional preaching from God’s Word and a time to be together worshiping the one true God.
We have a Nursery area (for birth to 2yrs old) for the entire worship service. We will also offer a kids praise (for 3's-2nd grade) time after the singing portion of our worship service. Kids and Students 3rd grade and above can stay in the entire worship service. We even have a Sermon Listening Guide geared for that age group to help listen to the sermon.
Typically, every first Sunday of the month we have a breakfast fellowship starting at 10:30am. This is a great time for Crosspoint Church to get to know one another and fellowship together. During the Covid-19 pandemic, we will not have breakfast fellowship.
Every first Sunday of the month, our Kid's Praise kids stay in for the entire service so they can hear the sermon and start to learn how to take notes. During the sermon, we have Family Worship Bags available for all the kids to use.
For information about Crosspoint Small Groups click on this link. After you click on the link, click on the Small Groups tab at the top of the page.
WORSHIP ON SUNDAYS
During this season, on Sundays we do not offer any kids programs during worship. (We typically have a nursery and kids praise up to 2nd grade during the sermon portion of worship). However, we love families and our kids and youth are a vital part of worship. We have family worship bags available for kids to use if they would like. Families can take these bags home with them. We also have the livestream going downstairs in our basement if families would like to utilize this.
Also, we are respectfully following the statewide mask mandate that was issued by our governor that went effective July 27, 2020. We simply ask that when you enter the building, move throughout the building and get ready to leave, that you wear a mask. When you are sitting as a family in our chairs that are socially distanced, please feel free to remove your masks. Those who are on our stage will be able to take off their masks when they come up on stage because we will be six feet apart.
After worship, we fellowship outside so we can maintain social distance and remove masks.