As you walk in you will find a team of hospitality volunteers eager to make your experience with us the best it can be. They can show you where to find the auditorium, restrooms, and children’s ministry. If you need anything during your visit, just look for someone with a Crossroads lanyard or name tag.
Most services last an hour and 10 minutes. We start with a couple songs, the speaker preaches, and then we close with a couple more songs where there is communion and prayer available. If you're curious about our worship or preaching style, check out our watch section or catch a live service online.
Also, "Crossroads in Six" takes place after every service where we talk about our 6 core values and what makes up our heartbeat as a church. And, yes, it usually last 6 minutes or less.
Crossroads is fairly laid back. Most people dress fairly casual, but we encourage you to wear what makes you feel comfortable.
We are all about meeting people where they are -- including kids! Each weekend service offers age appropriate settings and content for kids 5th grade and under.
We take their safety pretty seriously so be sure to allow an extra 5 minutes to register them for "check-in" where we gather allergy and emergency contact info. You will be given a security receipt that matches their nametag for pickup after the service.
Have kids 6th grade and up? Click here to learn more about our programs outside of the weekend service.
Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being accepted: divorced, single parent, broke, addicted, gay, transgender, atheist, skeptic, Patriots fan, etc.
Everyone is welcome at Crossroads & it is our hope to build a culture where no one feels out of place because of where they're at. So come as you are, and we’ll see you this weekend!