DISCOVER THE CROSSING
Sometimes the hardest part is knowing where to begin, so we took the guess work out. Discover the Crossing is designed to be your first step and will give you a chance to connect with our team. You’ll learn more about who we are and discover how you can participate with us as we impact our community.
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Connect with God, others, and your purpose.
Rooted is a 10-week journey for people in every life stage, wherever they are on their walk with Christ. It provides the opportunity to connect with God and a small group of people from our church. Rooted is an interactive environment. You’ll circle up with your group of 8-10 people for about an hour once a week for 10 weeks. You’ll talk about what God has been showing you in your study and pray for each other.
We're better together.
Crossing Groups are designed to help us form a more authentic relationship with God while building friendships with one another. Being a part of a Crossing Group is a great way to help a big church to feel small. Whether you are reading through a book study together, sharing thoughts on the previous weekend’s message, or focusing in on a portion of scripture, we know that being a part of a Crossing Group will not only help you to grow spiritually, but enhance your personal relationships as well.
We're in this together.
Crossing Teams are the volunteer teams at The Crossing. It’s a great feeling to be a part of something much bigger than any one person could accomplish alone. The hard work and sacrifice put in each week by our volunteers is what makes this happen. It takes many people to make each Worship Experience at The Crossing a place where people can come and experience God. There are so many areas to serve in as we all do our part to make The Crossing a warm and inviting place that people want to return to so they can experience more of Him. We believe there is a place for you to serve in here at The Crossing!
We all need a second chance.
Baptism is an outward symbol of an inward reality for someone who has decided to follow Jesus. We practice baptism like the early church by immersing fully in water—something that’s symbolic of Jesus’ death and resurrection. Baptism is an invitation for God to show up to make broken lives new, to let Him wash away past failures, and to start fresh.
Generosity is our privilege.
We don't give because God needs our money — we live in generosity because He wants our hearts. By giving, we show that He has our heart. When we give, He promises we’ll have everything we need when we trust Him. We believe Christians should set the bar for generosity. We give because we believe the local church is the hope of the world.