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There are many ways for you to get involved at Crossings in worship services, Bible studies, small groups, classes, and more to suit your needs and stage of life. The Crossings family, volunteers, and staff are ready to answer your questions, make you feel at home, and help you get connected. 

Sermon on the Mount

Current Series

Sermon on the Mount


The teachings of Jesus reveal something much greater than we constantly hear from the world. Jesus shows us ways we can withstand the pressures of life and change our perspective on what a good life looks like. But what is he offering us? How can we put it into practice?

Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount turned the wisdom of the world upside down and showed us a better way of living that only exists when we put our trust in him. This radical new way is dedicated to God and free from hypocrisy and judgment.

During October and November, be part of our fall series, The Sermon on the Mount, and discover how to apply the teachings of Jesus to your daily life and the community around you.

Making a Difference in Our Community

Impacting Our City & State


Crossings is dedicated to helping people find and follow Jesus and committed to live by faith, be a voice of hope, and be known by love to our neighbors, community, and beyond.

Cultivate Your Faith

Cultivate Your Faith


At Crossings, we are committed to cultivating our faith through individual and group Bible study, support groups, and prayer. This helps us stay true to Jesus’ teachings, equips us so we can serve others, and offers a place for healing.

Acts 2:42; Hebrews 10:25

Invest in Others

Invest in Others


Investing in others allows us to share God’s love by serving others as Jesus served. It proves our faith, serves the needs of God’s people, and helps us glorify him through our actions. 

1 Peter 4:10-11; Matthew 28:19-20; Matthew 25:35-36; Matthew 25:40

Support & Recovery

Support & Recovery


LifeCare Ministry embodies the desire of Crossings Community Church to come alongside individuals, marriages, and families to offer hope and healing through support and recovery groups.