Thinking about giving us a try? We’d love to get a chance to meet you!
Trying out a new church is a big deal—and we want you to be as comfortable as possible for your first visit. Look at the info below to get a feel for the atmosphere at Crossings.
You meet at a high school, so how will I know where the actual service is?
We have signs set up on the roads so that you can find the school itself and also the parking nearest to our service (it’s in the auditorium). Once you’re out of your car, look to the south for the blue signs. Head under the ramada, through the outer double doors, then through the interior double doors. Once inside, you are welcome to sit anywhere you like (fear not; we don’t pick on anyone, even if they’re in the front rows!).
Should I dress up?
Please wear whatever you’re comfortable in. Many Sundays our lead pastor is in jeans and a button-down shirt.
Will I be called out and embarrassed during service?
NO. Being new is intimidating enough—we don’t want make it worse! We do encourage you to check out our Welcome Table so we can answer any questions you might have and say hello.
Am I expected to give money during offering?
No, and you won’t look out of place if you don’t (many of us give online).
Can my kids come?
Our 9:00AM service does not have childcare, but you are welcome to bring them into the main service. If you would prefer to wait until the 10:30 time, that service does offer childcare plus a JR High class. Childcare is in the cafeteria (from the parking lot, look towards the west for the orange signs) and the JR High kids meet outside the auditorium just after worship in the main sanctuary. We have several security practices in place to ensure your children’s safety while you trust us with them. All children’s volunteers have undergone background checks and kids cannot be checked out by anyone who doesn’t have their ID tag.
Can I meet the pastor?
Yes. He would love to meet you either before or after services—he loves people!
Still have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.