“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, to fellowship, and to the breaking of bread and to prayer” (Acts 2:42).
At Crossroads, we aim to reflect the same passion, commitment and intimacy that was foundational in the early church. We gather in smaller communities, outside of Sunday mornings, for the purpose of becoming more like Christ. Together, we work to answer the questions; who am I and what am I doing here?
A Crossroads Family Meal is a one-time opportunity to connect with others who call Crossroads home. There is so much importance in slowing down and joining with one another around the table to break bread and share stories of God’s presence in our lives. The table is where relationships are deepened, where family reconnects, and where God’s faithfulness is proclaimed.
Over the course of four to six weeks, you will gather with a small group of people that are desiring to be known and know others through fellowship, time in the word, prayer, and encouragement.
A House Church is a long-term, authentic community whose purpose is to live out their Christ-centered identity as a family that breaks bread together, applies the Word to their lives, prays for one another, and encourages each other to live on mission.