- Sunday: 9:00am-10:15am & 10:45am-12:00
At Crossroads you will find a warm group of real people dedicated to following our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. From the moment you walk up to the building, you can expect to be greeted by a friendly face. Our worship style is diverse and Christ-centered. You can follow along with the sermons using an outline in the bulletin, or find us in "Events" on the YouVersion Bible app.
Our pastor, Peppy DuTart, teaches the whole counsel of God’s Word. If you'd like, you can listen to a sermon or two before visiting. Let us know if you have any questions.
Visitor Parking is available directly in front of our sanctuary, the Worship Center. There are also spaces in front of the sanctuary reserved for individuals with wheelchairs or needing assistance to our wheelchair accessible front door. A ramp is to the right.
During your first visit, make a stop at our Connection Center located in the Worship Center's foyer. This will make getting around easier. Our greeters wear lanyards identifying them and they’ll be happy to help you get oriented.
At Crossroads Community Church, we have classes for adults of all ages during each service. Some work through scripture verse-by-verse, while other classes are more topically oriented, helping people deal with issues important to them. Here is a current listing of classes and their locations and times. If you would like more information about the classes, feel free to contact us at the church office.
Classes for children and a nursery are available during both the 9:00 and 10:45 services in the Education Building. Our goal is for children ages birth-5th grade to have fun, learn about God's love, and feel safe and nurtured by our screened, background-checked volunteers.
Check in at the desk on your first visit. Your children are welcome to stay during both services if you are attending a Connect Class.
There is a Nursing Mother's/Cry room available in the Worship Center which provides mothers with a quiet, private place to feed their little ones while still being able to watch the sermon.