We Hope You Will get

Connected at Cross Roads

We want everyone who comes through our doors to connect with others in meaningful ways. We strive to create the kinds of environments that will help you develop a life of faith and experience genuine friendships. These environments can range from service projects and social outings to small groups and seminars. Our groups meet in in our homes throughout the week or classroom settings on Sunday mornings. We invite you to connect with us!


    • Meet year round
    • Mixed ages and genders
    • Meet every other week on a specific day of the week
    • Group time include time for conversation and group discussion
    • Sign up below.  

    • Short-term small group of women
    • Meet each week during the study
    • Meetings available in person and online and multiple days of the week
    • Next round of pods begins this fall

    • Short-term small group of men
    • Multiple night and location options
    • Stay tuned for next offering
  • Students

    • Meet weekly during the school year & once a month on Sunday's
    • Split by grade and gender
    • Conversation based with fun, games and a large group time before
    • See more here
  • Kids

    • Meet weekly on Sunday's at 9am & 10:30am
    • Split by age/grade
    • Conversation based with fun, games and a large group time
    • See more on our kids ministry page here

Community Groups

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We are here to help you get plugged into a community group at Cross Roads. Find a resource below to help you find where you fit.

Find a Group

If you're interested in groups, now is the time to start your journey. Explore the opportunities available and dive in!!


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Find Your Fit

Finding the right fit can be tough, but don't worry. We understand! Connect with Doug Shirk, our Group Placement Coordinator, for assistance. 


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Why Groups?

In worship, we sit in rows, but it's in small group circles where we connect intimately with God and each other. Engaging in each other's lives is essential, not optional.


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