Contact Us

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

Gathering Times

  • Sundays: 8:45 & 10:45 AM

Mission, Vision, & Values


Crossroads is a biblical community where Jesus Christ transforms lives, renews the city and the nations..


Our vision is The Kingdom of God.

Theme Verse

"But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light." – 1 Peter 2:9


We believe that worship is the wholehearted pursuit of God in our everyday lives, not only singing songs of worship on a Sunday morning. For this reason, we view our gatherings as a time to exalt Christ—to get His heart through His Word, and that we gather for the purpose of being sent out into our city and the world.

We define community as the intentional pursuit of one another as we walk as Jesus walked: practicing hospitality as we serve and care for one another in genuine relationship. We want to be a people that recognize the value of listening to others’ stories and sharing our own stories with each other.

Our value of mission is the sacrificial pursuit of our neighbor, wherever our ‘streetcorner’ may be. We believe that all of us have been uniquely gifted by God and placed in the neighborhood, workplace, or sphere of influence to bring shalom to the chaos of this world. We exist in our city, for our city, so that we get to advocate for those that are on the margins, and disadvantage ourselves for the advantage of others.


Jesus made it clear through His life, teaching, and death that He values His image-bearers above all else, calling them to a counter-cultural walk of love and service. We value a life and ministry that is simple, restful, and real. That means we commit to walk after Jesus in all aspects of our lives as a church, not running after this world, or taking ourselves too seriously. We are focused on people, not programs, discipleship, not spectatorship, transparency, not secrecy, and weakness, not strength.