Christ-followers are defined by their love for others, and this is most practically done through serving. There are a variety of ways to serve at Crossings, in this community, and beyond.


Finding your place to serve is a great way to connect and meet new people, while using your God-given gifts and talents in ministry. There is no greater joy than to know God is using you for an eternal impact. So come join us! Jump on in and be part of what God is doing at Crossings!

Ready to get started? There are three easy ways to begin:

  1. Visit with a team member on Sunday mornings or Wednesday evenings when classes are in session.
  2. Contact Marc Taylor (405-242-5460 or for Edmond opportunities or Volunteer Ministry (405-302-1257 or for OKC opportunities.
  3. Complete the online Volunteer Interest Form at


We believe in training, equipping and Crossings members to be the hands and feet of Jesus to those who are hurting physically, emotionally, and spiritually. We provide ongoing financial support and volunteer mobilization to over 40 local and global partners and missionaries, including:


Crossings Community Center and Clinic is the second largest free clinic in Oklahoma serving individuals who are uninsured. Service provided include medical, dental, vision, mental health, legal, and spiritual support. The Community Center offers many ongoing outreach activities, including The Club, an after-school program for students from John Marshall.

We partner with 7 inner-city schools in various tangible ways for both one-time serving opportunities and ongoing relational influence.


Water4 provides water to at-risk, impoverished areas throughout the world by offering low-cost water pumps, using everyday materials and training indigenous workers for business opportunities in drilling techniques.

Partnering with national leaders in Northern India, where Christianity is less than 1% out of 740 million people, Helping Hands in Motion has grown from 75 churches to over 800 and is still growing through our support, training, church planting, and discipleship efforts led by indigenous pastors who are first generation Christians.