Beginning this Sunday, Transformed is a seven week study that will change our lives as God grows us to become more and more like Him. Throughout the series we encourage everyone to:
~ Attend worship each Sunday.
~ Participate in a small group.
~ Purchase a workbook for $12 each, or two for $20. (Don’t let low funds keep you from participating in this great study. Extra donations have been made to help with the purchase of books).
All of our CrossPoint small groups will be participating in this series. Each week Pastor Mike will present the next chapter in the study. Throughout the week our small groups will offer deeper discussion, study of Scripture, and building of friendships as we become transformed together. We look forward to all God has for us. Worship begins at 10:30 am. Come and join us for this great series!
This Sunday we celebrate the work God is doing around the world as we conclude our Missions Weekend with International Worker Charlotte Hisle. Join us for worship and hear about Charlotte’s work in the beautiful country of Portugal. Worship begins at 10:30 am. Teens are invited to join Charlotte for pizza upstairs at noon. Hope to see you at CrossPoint!
Kids today have a lot to say! Join us this Sunday as our Check It Out Teen class leads our worship service. Worship begins at 10:30 am. Hope to see you at CrossPoint!
“Back to Church Sunday,” part of a national movement of churches across America, will be held at CrossPoint Community Church this Sunday, September 20. We invite everyone to attend! Worship begins at 10:30 am. This special service will feature our contemporary worship team, a children’s program, loving nursery, and a relevant message from Pastor Mike, along with free coffee and refreshments.
We invite you to stay for lunch following the worship service. We will have croquet, other yard games, and children’s games available as well. Join us and connect with a loving community that helps people to connect with God, and grow in their faith, while building great and lasting friendships. Hope to see you on Sunday!
God calls His church to love one another in variety of ways. One way of showing love is to serve each other as we seek ways to serve God. Celebrate Labor Day weekend with us this Sunday as we ask the question How Can I Help? Worship begins at 10:30 am. Hope to see you here at CrossPoint!
Pulpit Exchange Series
This Sunday we conclude the I Love To Tell The Story teaching series presented by CrossPoint Community Church, Point Place UCC, and Messiah Lutheran Church. This week our guest speaker is Pastor Cindy Getzinger from Messiah Lutheran Church. Each week the pastors have presented their favorite Bible story at one of the three churches and joined the congregation in worship and community. Join us this Sunday at 10:30 am for this unique series!
Pulpit Exchange Series
Join us this Sunday, August 9 through August 23 for a unique teaching series called I Love To Tell The Story presented by CrossPoint Community Church, Point Place UCC, and Messiah Lutheran Church. Each week the pastors will visit one of the three churches and present the message from their favorite Bible story. This Sunday we host Pastor Jon Komperda from Point Place UCC. Pastor Cindy Getzinger from Messiah Lutheran Church will be our guest speaker on Sunday, August 23. Pastor Mike will be sharing his favorite story with CrossPoint on Sunday, August 16. You don’t want to miss this interesting series!
This Sunday we welcome guest speaker Pastor Jimmy Buehler as he brings the message, We Are Barabbas.We also welcome Reverend Arnie Buehler as our guest worship leader. Come join us for worship at 10:30 am.
This Sunday we conclude our current series, Minor Prophets with a Major Message with a look at Malachi. Join us at 10:30 am and check it out!
Your assignment this week is, read the book of Malachi, the last book of the Old Testament by this Sunday. See you for worship on Sunday!
This Sunday we will look at the books of Haggai and Zechariah as we return to our current series, Minor Prophets with a Major Message. The minor prophets of the Bible are so named not because they are minor in importance, but because they are shorter in length than the “major prophets” of Isaiah, Jeremiah, etc. In fact, these books are extremely interesting and relevant. Join us at 10:30 am and check it out!
Your assignment this week is, read the books of Haggai and Zechariah in the Old Testament by this Sunday. See you for worship on Sunday!