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PLAN A VISIT

 

Stepping into a new church for the first time can be intimidating and maybe even uncomfortable for some people. When you visit Cross Community, you can expect to feel welcomed and accepted immediately– just as you are. Cross Community church is a relevant, friendly church that is filled with singles, families, children, teenagers, babies, and adults of every age.

On behalf of the Cross Community family, we extend an invitation to you to join us for a Sunday or Wednesday worship experience. We believe that God’s Word has the ability to change lives. The transforming message of the Gospel is waiting to be experienced. We hope that you will join us.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are your services like?

At Cross Community Church, you’ll find a friendly atmosphere with exciting, dynamic worship music. Our pastor will share a biblically based, expositional message. We believe the Bible is God’s ultimate and final authority. Children are cared for in loving, fun-filled Cross Kids services.

What will happen when I visit for the first time?

When you join us as a guest, we ask that you fill out an In-Touch card and bring it by our Information Desk at the close of our worship experience. We have a gift for you. It’s our way of saying thank you for stopping by Cross Community  .

What do I wear to attend your services?

You’ll find everything from shorts and flip flops to dress shirts and skirts. Come in what is comfortable for you, because Cross Community is not about what you look like or what you wear.

What about my children?

At Cross Community Church, your children are a top priority. Our facilities are clean, safe, and staffed with loving workers. We offer a dynamic children’s ministry called Cross Community Kids. Additionally, we offer a life-changing ministry to students from middle school through high school.