What to Expect

Whether you're new to town or thinking of going to church for the first time in years, finding a place to worship, pursue your questions about life and God, and connect with other Christians can be intimidating. Even knowing where to start to start or what you're looking for can be difficult. But you don't have to come to church with all the answers and you don't have to come with your life all cleaned up.

God just says, "come." Let the thirsty come and drink, let the skeptical come and see, let the weary come and find rest. 

At Crosspointe, you can come and hear who Jesus is and why that matters, what Jesus has done and what it means for you. 

Every element of worship, every song, every message points you to Jesus and the life He gives to you.

Current series:
The Song of the Suffering Servant

Throughout the season of Lent, our time together in God's Word is going verse by verse through Isaiah Chapter 53. Each week, the words of the Old Testament prophet, written 700 years before Jesus was even born, paint a picture that is indeed unmistakable, a picture that is unmistakably Jesus! As we follow Isaiah's words, we will also follow Jesus through the final events leading to the Cross.

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Upcoming Songs:

Don't be alarmed, but you are currently on the computer.  While you surf the night, check your email, pay your bills, or get caught up on the scores, the news, or the latest with your friends you can also listen to some of the songs we will be singing during Sunday morning worship.  Just open another window to YouTube or, even better, download them and use them as your soundtrack to life throughout the day.

April 14th

Man of Sorrows

Oh Christ You Walked the Road

How Deep the Father's Love For Us

I Am Who You Say I Am

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