Welcome To Crossroads

We are a family oriented church, believing that God’s primary institution for human relationships is the family. We seek to develop ministries that aid and strengthen the work of God in families.

Our Story

Our church grew out of a small group of people meeting together for Bible study and fellowship. After several months together, they all sensed God leading them to step out in faith to begin a new church.

Without any connection to any particular denomination, this zealous group of believers formed and established what is now Crossroads Fellowship.

To this day, all that we believe, plan, and do as a church is completely founded on the Word of God. Our message, ministry, and mission are centered in Jesus Christ.

Our Purpose

We believe every Christian, and therefore every church, is called by God to bring Him glory in all that we do. We seek to do this in our worship of Him, our witness about Him, our service to Him, our teaching of Him, and our fellowship in Him.

Our Mission

Crossroads Fellowship exists to proclaim the excellencies of Christ in our Worship, Walk, and Witness.

Our Vision

“Building Tomorrow’s Church Today” We believe that we have a responsibility to raise up a new generation of authentic and passionate followers of Jesus. For that reason, our present vision is intentionally focused on ministry to families with children and teens.

This vision includes all that we do with and for those who are part of Crossroads, as well as our outreach events to the community.

Our Worship

Worship is such an important dynamic in the life of our church. We believe that our blended styles of music provide meaningful worship experiences each Sunday. The unity and harmony of our times of worship, despite the diversity of age and ethnicity within our church family, are a testimony to the presence of the Holy Spirit in our service.

Get Connected

At Crossroads, we are unapologetically relationship-driven. Instead of looking for a “place” to get connected, we encourage members to look for a person(s) to get connected with. There are several ways we encourage connection. Come before services and/or stick around after to talk with others. Share a meal with other members/guests in the congregation. Seek out needs and provide hospitality for others. Initiate a discipling relationship or ask someone to disciple you. These are the main ways we seek to live out the relational model of the New Testament church.