From teaching to donation, speaking to relief, praise to amusement parks, join us as we recap our yearly missions trip to Peru.

Words are powerful. They can beat us down and lift us up. They wound and they heal. And the right words at the right time can be exactly what we need to hear—or what we need to say. Let’s find the right words in our new series, My Big Fat Mouth.

We are in a real battle. But it has nothing to do with our friends, co-workers, or family members. There’s something more profound at work. God has given us all we need in Christ to stand against the attacks of the evil one, but we need to first put on the full armor of God. God has given us everything we need to stand firm.

We often think the perfect relationship is having extravagant dates or long romantic walks, but it's much more complicated than that. Great relationships don't happen by accident. It takes work, effort, and a willingness to fight! But how we fight and what we fight for determines whether we lose or win.

Have you ever asked the question, "Who am I?" The biggest questions in life are rooted in identity. Who we are has been clearly defined by God who crated us. In this series we will discover that our identity isn't something that needs to remain a question, because when we turn to God and the Bible we find a clear and compelling way to know yourself

Christ is born. Let us worship the King together. Our special Christmas at CrossPoint service has something for everyone!

We meet a lot of people every day, but how many do we really know. Today, we know and talk to more people than anyone else ever have. With all these connections, we don't make deep relationships together. We weren't made to do life alone. We were made to do life with one another.

A series on the fruit of the spirit.

Starts August 11, 2019


Up From The Grave He Arose. Join us for #EasterAtCrossPoint as we celebrate the greatest event in history!

For many, the most wonderful time of the year isn't so wonderful. A painful past of our own insecurities can overshadow the joy we're supposed to be feeling. What if this year could look different? It's time to let God heal the Ghosts of Christmas Past.

We all know "those people". The ones that steal our energy, overly criticize us, and try to control our lives. How do we deal with these people? Learn how to deal with these Relational Vampires in this series.

Sometimes doing what God plans for us isn't easy. We can feel isolated and different. However, being Fit doesn't mean you'll be Famous.

We all have voices in our head. Some tell us that we're not good enough. Some tell us that we should just stop. We let these voices influence us and lead us away from God. But we can never drift too far. God puts his voice in our head to lead us back to him and to grow in him.

Is there some celestial place we go after life, or do Christians have their heads in the clouds? The questions you have - Is there a heaven? Am I good enough? What if I'm not? - can leave you wondering, but they don't mean you have to live in fear.

Every new year, we make decisions about who we want to be. We make resolutions; we set goals. Often, these goals are focused on ourselves. Losing weight, saving money —even the best goals are often inherently self-centered. Christ did not call us to live that way. To live the life God has for us, we must be willing to reject our own comfort for the good of others. This year lets make resolutions to make a difference; to be game changers!

As we reflect on the past year, we learn from the past and anticipate the future. Even when things look dark, sometimes all we need is just one more year. Join guest speaker Matt Tatum for our message, Give Me Another Year.

Between Easter and our next series, we had a series of messages covering a range of ideas. From getting involved, volunteering, and planted in a church, to learning how to change our lives by changing our mindsets. We concluded this group of messages with a special Mother's Day message from Kim Keith!

We've heard it all along. We've heard people talk about the grace and love and hope that Jesus offers us. Sometimes we have to just take a step back and really think about God's truly amazing grace.


Watch previous worship experiences from CrossPoint Church. Click on the graphic for each series to watch each worship experience.