Welcome to Crossroads Bible Church! We believe knowing Jesus Christ and experiencing His grace gives meaning to each of our lives. We’re a community of imperfect people who have found Jesus is worth following because His grace has transformed us. We invite you to join in gathering with us. Our hope for you and your family is to find a meaningful community that pushes you toward your relationship with God.

We’re a community of imperfect people who have found Jesus is worth following because His grace has transformed us.

 

Sundays - What to expect

Our services feel casual, and our hope is that you would find it a safe environment to explore what it means to be in a relationship with Christ.

Music: Our gatherings begin with a time of worship through music—typically a mix of contemporary worship with a few time-honored hymns—all intended to direct our focus and give honor to God.

Preaching: You’ll hear an authentic message drawn from Scripture. We typically go through books of the Bible, focusing on a passage each week. Through teaching drawn from the Old and New Testaments, we learn to see God, ourselves, life, and history from God’s perspective. We want more than Bible knowledge, we want the scriptures to bring about change as we apply it to life.

Offering: Giving is worship and it's motivated by gratitude for God’s grace. Through giving, we are reminded of all God has given. If you are a visitor, we do not expect you to give. We are simply glad to have you join us.

Dress: Come as you are. We don’t have a dress code. People tend to dress up a little more for our biggest celebrations (Christmas and Easter), but most Sundays you’ll fit right in wearing whatever makes you comfortable.


If you have kiddos

Families of all shapes and sizes are our heartbeat at CBC. We have an intentional plan to minister to the entire family, from birth through adults. Because we value the safety of your children, we have a safe and secure check-in process for our preschool and elementary age groups. If you are visiting for the first time, you may want to arrive at least 15 minutes early to get your children settled.