We want to be a praying church. To aid and unite us in our prayer, download this card listing three specific ways to pray for our church and community.
We have also put together a list of Scriptures for you to pray through that speak directly to trusting Christ and fighting for trust in the midst of difficulty. On the backside is a list of songs speaking to this same theme for you to listen to and sing along with to lift your soul. Find that here.
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We give not because God needs our money (Psalms 24:1; 50:10,12) or even simply out of obligation. We give because the Father gave His Son and Jesus gave His life. Our giving is a response of thanks and gratitude. If you would like to partner with us for the gospel and give to the church, you may do so through the Donate button below.
We would encourage those who give not to use this for tithing purposes. Rather, this is a way to give one-time gifts or recurring charitable contributions. If you are a member of CrossPointe and need to send in your tithe, you can mail a check (made out to CrossPointe Church) to the church office. Also, you can send an e-check through your bank.
Thank you for helping us spread the gospel through your giving, and may God bless you richly!
Each Sunday in 2020 we will organize our worship around aspects of the gospel message, following the paradigm:
God → Man → Sin → Christ → Response
We are calling this structure “Deep Roots” as we seek to understand the gospel more deeply through our songs, corresponding Scripture readings, and questions for congregational response. This information, plus supplemental information, is available below for families and individuals to also use as a home devotion plan.
We pray that this guide for our service and home life helps us become more deeply rooted in the message of Jesus Christ and the story of redemption.
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