Thanks for giving CrossWalk a look! Here's a little more info to help you decide if we're a good fit...
what to expect
When you come, you will be warmly welcomed by greeters who can help you find your way around if needed. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and a pastry before grabbing a seat. Most people dress pretty casual. During summer months, we meet outside on our beautiful courtyard at 10:30. As you might expect, it is very casual. When we're not on our summer schedule, we offer a 8:30 service for those who want to skip the music and need to get out by 10:00. It features our announcements and teaching only. Our 10:00 service features music in addition to the teaching and announcements. The music at 10:00 is either led by a band or acoustic guitar (think coffee house more than rock concert). The entire service usually lasts about 75 minutes, and includes a Bible-based talk by Pastor Pete that will impact your life in a relevant, engaging and thought-provoking way. Safe childcare for little ones and groups for kids K-8 is available during our 10:00 service.
frequently asked questions
Do I have to dress up? Nope – come as you are (please wear something, though!)
Will I understand the message? Yep – Pastor Pete keeps things real and down to earth. Not churchy. You don’t have to learn a new subculture’s language to feel at home here.
Will I be judged? Nope – we’re all equals in the eyes of God at CrossWalk. The LGBTQ community may be especially concerned about this given the ongoing judgment the entire community continues to experience. CrossWalk is Welcoming and Affirming, which is why we are listed with www.gaychurch.org.
Will people talk to me? Hopefully you will be warmly greeted by people who already attend CrossWalk. Nobody will be pushy about anything, however.
take us for a test drive
Wouldn’t it be nice to take CrossWalk for a drive around the block before deciding whether or not to attend? We think the following teaching will give you a sense for who we are. It provides an overview of what we’re aiming to develop in people’s lives and faith.