Throughout Scripture, God highlights the importance of relationship with Him, with one another, and with the world around us. Through regular meetings, Care Groups are a context through which we reap God’s grace in relationship through fellowship. While the details of how each Care Group walks out fellowship are unique, the principles found in Hebrews 10:24-25 define our purpose:
“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.” (ESV)
We invite you to attend and experience the blessing of fellowship found in Care Group! See the directory and location information.
There are nursery and Sunday school classes available for all ages. We have an infant nursery (6 months-2 years), Toddler Room (2-3 years), Kingdom Kids (PreK-1st grade), and Young Disciples (2nd-5th grade). We also have a Middle School Bible study that meets during service for 6th-8th graders.
All of our Children’s Ministry volunteers go through background checks and are qualified to serve your family.
We use a secure check-in system called KidCheck. You can find out more information about KidCheck and create an account ahead of time by following this link. We also offer Express Check-In which allows you to check your child in using your smart phone. The app is available for both iOS and Android.
Our youth group meets twice a month on Sundays from 12:00-2:30pm at the church. Pizza, games, teaching, and discussion help make up the gatherings.
Building community through events outside of church throughout the year is also important to us. Past events include cookouts, fall corn mazes, attending students’ high school productions, and more.
Women have a unique and special role in our lives and in the life of our church. Our Ladies’ Ministry offers monthly get-togethers and lunches, Bible study, and women’s retreats throughout the year with encouraging teaching and extended times of building relationships. These events provide opportunities for women to build deeper friendships and to share experiences with one another in the context of life, family, and our relationship with Jesus Christ.
Our Men’s Ministry meets every other Saturday from 7:30-9am at the church to study the Bible together. Currently we are in a study of 1 & 2 Peter and Jude. A quote from the study guide states, “These letters form a kind of manifesto of hope for living faithfully no matter how dark the times. This study highlights the importance of holding fast to the true gospel, living distinct, holy lives, and looking ahead to the return of Christ.”
Please reach out to the church office if you have any questions.
The CrossPointe Church Mercy Ministry Team seeks to primarily address care needs of our church family.
Our first priority is to engage those in need with a Care Group because we strongly believe that holistic growth and transformation comes through sharing life in the context of community. Care Group provides a context for serving one another by meeting spiritual and practical needs.
Secondly, we desire to come alongside and assist Care Groups when they have care needs that require broader awareness and attention. As this ministry grows, we will define and address caring for needs of those on the perimeter of or outside our church family.
The document below is meant to define roles and ways of serving within the CPC Mercy Ministry Team for those interested in joining.
Arnold Christian Academy
Arnold Christian Academy, a ministry of CrossPointe Church since 1977, is a K-8 Christian school that works with Christian families to educate and enrich children spiritually, emotionally, and academically. Our desire is to prepare the student for a Christian life by having a small class size, using a Christ-centered curriculum, and by having a qualified, devoted, and godly staff.