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Crossroads West Campus

Weekends
West Campus

Weekends

There’s a place for everyone.

Crossroads can be described as: "One church meeting in multiple locations." Our Crossroads church family that worships at our West Campus is committed to building a community where everyone feels welcome, relationships flourish, and people experience God in a real and relevant way. Crossroad’s West Campus is an Evansville West Side church committed to bringing together neighbors, families, and friends to live out our vision of connecting everyone, everywhere to Jesus!

Come as you are.

The West Campus offers an intimate environment and a laid-back feel. Everyone is invited to come as you are, share a cup of coffee, and join us as we journey together in our relationships with God and each other. Each week, we share a sermon that offers relevant teachings and participate in engaging worship with a live worship leader and service host.


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Current Sermon Series

In the last two verses of John chapter eight, we saw Jesus make a bold proclamation of his true identity, After his claim to be “I AM,” the eternal God incarnate, the religious leaders become determined to end his life.  This brings us to a turning point in the life of Jesus.

From this point forward, we see Jesus continue to reveal his true identity through His teachings and miracles. The religious leaders become more and more hostile towards him, as they look for a way and a time to end his life.  They lack faith in his identity and mission, and their spiritual blindness keeps them from embracing Jesus as the promised Messiah.  

We all encounter turning points in our lives.  We come to crossroads where we must decide: will we let our disillusionment, fear, guilt, pride or sin keep us from allowing Jesus to complete His work in us, or will we respond in complete faith and trust as Jesus shepherds us and his life and love work through us?

CLICK HERE to learn more about our study of John in 2020.