Crosspointe Lutheran is coming to Mapleton

As our congregation, first started in south Fargo, resumes gathering in-person for worship services and other ministry events,
we are deepening our roots of faith in order to spread our branches to prayerfully bear fruit in another community.
Beginning in June, we will be holding our summer midweek services in the Mapleton Community Center on Wednesdays at 6:30.
This will allow us sufficient time to clean and sanitize our Fargo worship space while also meeting some new people.
You are welcome and invited to check out our worship service and any of the other events we will be hosting.

July 8th: Nat'l Freezer Pop Day

Crosspointe will be gathering non-perishable food items for the Rural Cass County Food Bank on Wednesday evenings with a table and container set up outside the Community Center from 5:30-8:00. Drop off your donation between 7:30 and 8:00 and we will be handing out freeze pops, ice cream sandwiches, and other summer treats. Everything served will be pre-packaged & individually wrapped to hinder the spread of germs. Support the local food bank with a thought out meal that includes a protein, a carb, and a fruit or vegetable and enjoy a dessert for yourself.

Worship with physical distancing

This summer Crosspointe will be holding its midweek worship service at the Mapleton Community Center with all of the pre-cautions we have in place at our main location in Fargo as we resume public, in-person gatherings for worship service. We are following the North Dakota Smart restart guidelines and those released by the CDC for worship gatherings. Chairs will be set up in groups of 4-7 with six feet in between the rows which will each seat one household. There will be no times in the service where items such as offering baskets will be shared. Our service uses both contemporary songs and classic hymns as well as creative, applicable messages to strengthen your faith and help you rejoice in the life and salvation that is yours in Jesus.

Summer Sermon Series

This summer we are letting third graders ask God questions that we all still need to have answered. And even though all of the questions may seem about as simple, cute, and to the point as you would expect from a third grader, we are finding that all of them also open doors to discussions on how theological truths about God intersect with practical realities in our lives, diving deeper into faith, our understanding of God, ourselves, and the world with power to confront and challenge us with issues in our lives that may need to be transformed by God's grace.

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