WHAT TO EXPECT…

Welcome!  Our deepest desire is that you will find our church community to be warm, friendly, and loving. There is a place for you no matter what your age, stage of life, or background might be.


It can be a very unnerving experience to visit a church for the first time, especially if you don’t know what to expect. So let us give you a brief rundown of some of the things you can expect at CrossPointe Community Church.


When you first arrive, you will find plenty of room for parking, clear signs for directions, and warm friendly greetings everywhere! You can use the front drive through entrance, or feel free to park and come in the side entrance (they both lead to the same main lobby or foyer).


You will be greeted by one of our many welcome team members. If you like, one of them will also show you where our nursery and childcare rooms are. We provide modern, clean, and safe environments staffed with attentive adults who absolutely love children. Children (Kindergarten – 5th grade) are encouraged to join their age group for Children’s worship time, starting in the gym with registration.


Our worship music ranges from acoustic, soft, and reflective to instrumental and high energy. We strive for a balance that includes a variety of contemporary and traditional worship music. We want music to help people to connect with and/or engage with God.


The teaching style is dynamic, biblical, and relevant. There is one thing for certain…you will not be bored! Our preaching elder has a unique gift of making life-changing and Biblical principles easy to understand and practical. Each week we leave Sunday’s service refreshed and ready for the life God has in store for us.


Please don’t worry about what to wear or what to say. Come as you are, and we will go out of our way to make you feel welcomed and loved.

How to Join

Joining a church is a very important decision. In order to give each person as much information about CrossPointe Community Church as possible, we generally offer a membership class on one Sunday afternoon each quarter. It’s an informal time of discussion and study about the purposes, functions, and organization of the church.