Attend one of our multiple service options on Thursday or Sunday!
There is a worship opportunity for everyone at Church at the Crossing. Each worship service includes live, upbeat music, relevant teaching from the Bible, and parents with kids will find age-appropriate programming for children during each worship service option. The average length of a worship service is 65 minutes.
The first weekend service starts on Thursday night at 7:07 PM in The Haverstick (the coffee shop and co-working space on campus). This worship opportunity embraces the casual environment of The Haverstick offering a full-service coffee bar and open-style seating. The Thursday night worship team leads us in a few worship songs before the teaching time. The teaching on Thursdays is the same as the upcoming Sunday, and childcare is available for families with kids.
Before entering the Sanctuary at either 9:45 AM or 11:15 AM, grab a free cup of coffee in the lobby from the Coffee Spot. Parents will also find a secure and convenient check in process for young children at the Kids! check-in desk. In the Sanctuary, the worship team will lead us in several worship songs before the teaching time begins.
Church at the Crossing has a heart for the nations, and we desire to be a church where multiple languages are spoken. For example, the 1:30 PM worship opportunity on Sundays is a fully Arabic-speaking service in the Sanctuary. There is also children’s and youth programming available for families with kids.
Church at the Crossing has a heart for the nations, and we desire to be a church where multiple languages are spoken. For example, the 11:00 AM worship opportunity on Sundays is a fully Spanish-speaking service in The Gathering Place. There is also children’s & youth programming available for families with kids.
Online is a great option for those who are traveling or checking things out before visiting in-person. Both the 9:45 AM and 11:15 AM Sunday services are streamed live, and the teaching video will be available to play on demand Sunday afternoon.