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What to Expect

What to Expect

Whether you’re new to Crossroads or new to church in general, we’re glad you’re here. We believe everyone matters to God and all are welcome, regardless of what you’ve done or where you’ve been. This is a place to get help, healing, and hope, while learning about God and the person he’s created you to be.

You won’t find perfect people here, but an imperfect church that holds tightly to a perfect God. We’re a biblically-centered, non-denominational church, with a huge heart for helping others.

We invite you to check out a weekend service at our Newburgh Campus, West Campus, or Watch Crossroads Live.

Services typically last 70 minutes and are identical across all service times. Pick a time that works for you.

Feel free to come as you are. You don’t have to dress up or pretend to be something you’re not to come to church. Some people come dressed in business casual… others more casual. This is a judgment-free zone.

There’s a place for your kids here. Whether it’s in the Nursery, Crossroads Kids Church, or Middle School, we have an experience designed for them. Arrive about 20 minutes before the service starts your first time, so we can help everyone get checked in smoothly.

You’ll have a chance to grow, belong, and make a difference. Attend a Next Steps Class to learn more and find the best places to plug in.

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Our Current Sermon Series:

Questions about Christianity abound:  What does it mean to be “Christian”? Why are there so many different types of Christians that seem to believe in very different things?  Who should I listen to if I want to learn more about Christianity?  Why would I want to be a Christian?  How do I become a Christian, and what do I have to do once I am one?  What do I need to know if I want to tell someone else about Christianity? 

These are all foundational questions.  They existed in the 1st century and persist here in the 21st.  One of the early Church leaders, Paul, addressed each of these questions in a letter he wrote to young churches in Laodicea and Colossae.  This Biblical book, called Colossians, was written as a “foundations course” for new Christians.  It addresses the central message (called the Good News, or “Gospel”) of Christianity, the humanity and the Godliness of Jesus Christ, the identity of those that believe in and follow him, how we are to live our lives as Christians, and how following Him impacts our relationships with other people. 

It’s vital that we understand these foundational aspects of the Christian walk as we grow in Christ and live a life worthy of and pleasing to Him. 

There is "homework" assigned for each of us throughout this series.  To download a pdf of each week's assignment, click on the appropriate links below.

Sermons in this series include:

April 11
"Gospel 101" - Phil Heller, Lead Pastor
Colossians 1:1-14
Homework for this week

April 18
"Jesus 101" - Phil Heller, Lead Pastor
Colossians 1:15-2:3

April 25
"Identity 101" - Andy Teare, Online Campus and Media Director
Colossians 2:4-23

May 2
"Discipleship 101 (Part 1)"- Brian Gower, Elder Chairman
Colossians 3:1-17

May 9
"Discipleship 101 (Part 2)" - Phil Heller, Lead Pastor
Colossians 3:18-4:6