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Contact Us

  • Phone: (616) 301-2904
  • Email: 
  • Address:
    800 Scribner NW | Grand Rapids MI 49504

Gathering Times

  • Sundays: 9 + 11 AM

Serving Opportunities

There are so many ways for you to use the talents God has given you to serve others.  We've been blessed to be a blessing.  We've compiled a list of current serving opportunities that are related to Crossroads.

At Crossroads

Kids |  

  • Serving as a  teacher or helper with babies through 5th grade, Saturday 6pm, Sunday 9am, or Sunday 11am (weekly, every other week, monthly, sub)
  • Helping with kids registration and checkin at the services, Saturday 6pm, Sunday 9am, or Sunday 11am (1x a month, every other week)
  • Wash toys during the week for the nursery classrooms (as often as you're available)
  • Please fill out this sign up form to volunteer.

Prayer |

  • Commit to praying during a Sunday service 
  • Utilize the upstairs Prayer Room (open throughout the day)
  • Participate in seasons of 24/7 prayer

Hospitality |

  • Bring a meal to a family in need (one time or more) –
  • Host a Family Meal at your house (one time or more)
  • Open your home to other Crossroads' folks during holidays 

Sunday Mornings |  

  • Brew Crew – Keep our church family caffenated and well-fed (monthly)
  • Welcome Team – Greet others, pass out quads and man the Connections Center (bi-weekly, monthly)

Abba’s Answer (Orphan Care) | 

  • Provide respite care for families who are fostering or adopting
  • Commit to pray for specific families
  • Partner with a family, committing to prayer and providing once a month meals and childcare 

In The City

Crossroads' Neighborhood | 

  • Commit to praying for a specific street in the Westside
  • Eat and support local Westside restaurants
  • Serve at Stocking Elementary School: Volunteer Application here |
    • Pray for a specific staff member
    • Help with the monthly Food Truck
    • Help with monthly school celebrations
    • Help with monthly family nights
    • Mentor a student

Refugee Initiative Movement (RIM) |

  • Donate household items
  • Visit and spend time with or commit to praying for the refugee family

Stockbridge Boiler Room |

  • Come eat with others at Love Feast on Wednesdays, 6:30pm
  • Cook and serve a Love Feast dinner on a Wednesday night (one time or more)
  • Join the Boiler Room for prayer & hospitality hours

Bridge Street House of Prayer |

  • Volunteer at the Pavilion Coffee Shop (weekly, monthly, as available) - Volunteer Application HERE
  • Help with neighborhood work projects over a weekend (one time or more)
  • Tutor a middle school student from Westwood -  (weekly)

FoodShare |

  • Help assemble food parcels, organize resources or deliver a food parcel to a family (weekly)
  • Build relationships and disciple families partnering with FoodShare (weekly/biweekly)

Youth for Christ - City Life | Donny Irving |   

  • Help with Bible Club – Tuesdays @ 6-8pm (weekly)
  • Help provide a meal for Tuesday night Bible Club (one time or more)
  • Mentor a child 
  • Join the prayer team

 Youth for Christ - Union High School | Jon Blahnik |

  • Become a direct ministry volunteer at Union HS (3-6 hrs/week)
  • Provide snacks for Campus Life meetings
  • Attend Open Gym + Bible Study - Wednesdays 3-6pm
  • Pray for a group of students regularly
  • Sponsor a student to go on trips/YFC camp

InterVarsity - Grand Valley | Mike Stender |

  • Adopt a Bible Study
  • Volunteer to do evangelism on campus with students or become a mentor.
  • Disciple senior students

Campus Crusade for Christ - Grand Valley | Geoff & Heather McGannon |   

  • Volunteer to do evangelism on campus with students
  • Disciple senior students

On Your Street Corner

Below is a list of ideas to engage intentionally with your neighbors, workplace, school, etc.

  • Invite a neighbor or co-worker over for a meal
  • Write + give a note of encouragement
  • Prayer walk your neighborhood
  • Host a block party on your street
  • Shovel the sidewalk on your block during the winter
  • Have a backyard BBQ
  • Sit on your front porch and engage with those who walk by
  • Walk your dog and start up a conversation with someone
  • Smile and say “hello”
  • Eat at local restaurants in your neighborhood
  • Bring your neighbor some baked goods
  • Serve at your children’s school