We Can't Wait to Meet You!
We are excited to welcome you as a part of our church family. Below are the details we hope will put you at ease and make your experience an inviting one. It’s awesome that you’re here!
Frequently Asked Questions
We are currently holding both in person services on Sundays at 9:15 a.m. and 11 a.m. and livestreaming the 11 a.m. service.
When you arrive, our parking team will instruct you where to park. We try to structure parking in a way that allows the maximum number of people to attend our services while having steady traffic flow. After you park, please stop by our Guest Tent outside our main entrance so we can welcome you.
A typical worship service at Cross Creek is an hour long. We’ll begin with our worship team singing a few songs, a pastor will share a couple announcements and welcome everyone, and then one of our pastors will share a message. Most services wrap up with a final song or two. You’re invited to stick around in our lobby to meet someone new, grab a cup of coffee from our coffee bar, or head out whenever you’d like.
You’re invited to come as you are, whether you feel more comfortable wearing a suit or shorts. Our staff and members tend to dress pretty casual.
Yes, we have children’s programming for children (newborn through 5th grade) during both of our Sunday morning services. Please visit our KidsCreek page for more information. While we do offer programming for kids, please know that your children are always welcome to attend with you in the main service.
Our children’s ministry is led by a team of pastoral staff and volunteers who love God and love children. They regularly go through training and have all passed a Federal Background Check. Your child’s safety is our top priority while they are at KidsCreek.
Each family will check-in and every child will have their own identification sticker to wear and the parent will receive a pick-up tag with a corresponding number to match. In order to come to class, your child must check-in. In order to leave the classroom, your child must be checked out by a parent/guardian with the matching pick-up tag.
We’re so glad you asked! We believe that becoming a Christian is the most important decision you can ever make. Visit our “What Does It Mean to Be a Christian?” page to learn more.