Our desire at Crossings is to have multiple doors for people to connect and participate with our community.
HELPING PEOPLE FIND THIER WAY BACK TO GOD is what Crossings is all about and we believe we are all on that journey. Being in community is a place for us to work out that journey but also a place to invite people to come alongside us. We want to encourage everyone to be in community because the close relationships formed contribute to our journey back to God. It is mainly through our relationships with others that we experience the outworking of our belief in God.
Two doors that you can use to connect and participate in community are ‘Session Groups‘ and ‘Small Groups.’
Here is a list of the current Session Groups:
When Jesus was on his mission to reach the world with the story of God’s love and grace, he used a fairly practical game plan…he poured his time and energy into a small group of people (his disciples).The early group of Jesus followers took up this same game plan of meeting and sharing together and changed the world…”They devoted themselves to the apostles teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and to prayer. All the believers were together and had everything in common. Every day they continued to meet together… they broke bread in their homes and ate together… and the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.” Acts 2:42, 44, 46-47
Small Groups are an opportunity for people to connect with each other on a regular basis as we journey back to God. Transformation happens as each group travels together through the story of God and as we allow it to change our story. As the story of God changes us it also challenges us to participate in the mission of God.
We want to encourage everyone in our community to join a Small Group because the close relationships formed contribute to our journey back to God. It is mainly through our relationships with others that we experience the outworking of our belief in God.
These Small Groups aspire to be a place for honest discussion and are a designed to be a safe place where people can be supported and challenged and are a space for spiritual formation to happen.