The Well is a monthly gathering for women at Cross Creek. We exist to see women in all seasons of life come to know the saving grace of Jesus Christ, and encourage, equip, and empower them to understand and live out their God-given identities in community. The Well meets the second Saturday of each month from 9 – 11 am. Childcare is limited and is only available upon request.
Military Women's Group
Our mission is to provide a supportive community for military families, bringing hope and encouragement through our shared faith in God, through all of life’s situations. This group welcomes women who are serving or have served in the military, as well as the wives of active duty or retired military. We meet every other Sunday in Kids’ Creek from 3-5pm for fellowship and to go through a Bible study together. For more information, please contact Gail Grant at Gail@crosscreekfountain.com.
The Truth Project
Focus on the Family’s The Truth Project® is a DVD-based small group study that practically and personally introduces viewers to the truth claims of God.
This a co-ed study meeting Sundays at 5pm in the Bridge room beginning February 19th. This will be a 2-part series, each part will last 6 weeks with a 2-week intermission in between.
The Bible: Fast Forward
The Bible: Fast Forward gives a practical historical overview of the Old Testament, emphasizing the unfolding plan of salvation as God reveals it through His covenants with the nation of Israel, and the fulfillment of those covenants in the person of Jesus of Nazareth.
This is a co-ed study meeting Tuesdays at 7pm in the Bridge room beginning January 31st.
D-Groups are our discipleship effort at the adult level. These groups are aimed at helping you grow spiritually by including you in our walk with Jesus Christ. The Bible speaks of such relationships as iron sharpening iron, and we want to sharpen your ability to apply God’s Word into your daily life.
D-Groups are short term, seasonal groups lasting about 6-8 weeks that we launch during the fall and winter. Groups typically are for men or women, although we have some coed groups as well. D-Groups meet at the church and in homes on various days of the week. They require you to be committed to attending a small group session once a week and doing some homework. Most D-Groups require you to purchase a workbook.