So, you’re thinking about visiting Crossroads and you wanna know what to expect. So would I!  First off, please come. Check us out. We think we’re friendly, but not pushy; meaning, lots of people will say hi, but nobody will get in your face.



Childcare is available Sunday mornings from 9:00 to 12:00 (except for the nursery service, which provides care for children ages infant to toddler, which is only available during the worship service from 10:30 -12:00). This covers the Sunday School hour and the worship service. Children 6 months to 3 years old can be taken to the nursery and there are Sunday School classes for ages 4 – 18.


Sunday School

We offer nursery for ages 6 months through 3 years old, Children’s Sunday School for ages 4 – elementary, a class for middle schoolers, a class for high schoolers and one adult Sunday morning class for ages 18 and up.

You can expect our adult Sunday morning class to be an academic type class where you can learn about what we call Christianity and why we do what we do.


Service Time

Our worship service starts at 10:30.


What To Expect: Dress

We think our services are pretty reverent, but also fairly casual. Typical dress is jeans, a nice shirt and casual shoes for men and women, but we honestly run the gamut with some of our seniors wearing suits and some of our younger members wearing shorts and flip flops. Bottom line: no matter what you wear you won’t feel outta place.


What To Expect: Service Schedule

Our typical service schedule starts with worshiping with music (about 3 or 4 songs). Our music is a mix of pretty familiar Christian stuff (Chris Tomlin, David Crowder, etc).

Following the musical worship we typically have a sermon by our Pastor, Michael Holmes, which generally lasts from 30-45 minutes.

At this time (just before the message) we also dismiss our children (primary & elementary age) to Children’s Church, where they do crafts and get their very own lesson.

We are generally finished with service by 11:45 to 12:00 at the latest. After that some of us usually hang out and fellowship and some go to lunch together. It’s always a great day!


Special Service Elements

Occasionally we will have other elements to the service like Baptisms or Communion or some prayer time. Baptisms happen when we have two or three people who would like to be baptized and we generally have Communion on the first Sunday of the month.



If you click above on the "Times & Directions" page you will find a map that shows you our location and if you click on it it will take you to Google maps where you can enter in your location and get directions.

If you have any other questions about service or our church please contact us at  Hope to see you soon!


To connect. We want to connect people and reality with God.

To teach. We want to teach those who have called on Jesus as Lord to walk with Him. We want to teach those who haven’t why they should and how they can move from mere existence to an incredibly fulfilling life.

To multiply. Believers, disciples, leaders and churches. We want to be an effective church and not just a building where people of a common belief gather.

To reach. We want to reach people. Those who come into our church for whatever reason and those who may not. We don’t just want to be a church that meets, but a church that goes; one that goes out to those who may not come in.

Connecting. Teaching. Multiplying. Reaching. CROSSROADS.

Our Beliefs

We are Wesleyans. That’s our denomination. These are our beliefs (pretty standard)

We believe in Jesus. For us, Jesus is Lord.

Wesleyans believe in one God, who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and the Savior of all men and women who put their faith in Him alone for eternal life.

We believe that those who receive new life in Christ are called to be holy in character and conduct, and can only live this way by being filled with the Lord’s Spirit.

We believe in the Bible and seek to establish our faith and actions on its teaching.

We believe God wants people everywhere to know Him and that the purpose of the Church is to tell the world about Christ through its worship, witness, and loving deeds.