The very best way to connect with our church. Each week we welcome many guests just like you to our worship service. During the pandemic we have one service at 9:15 a.m. Our 11:00 a.m. service is broadcast online only. The video below contains details of our in-person plans and policies during the pandemic.
How should I dress?
Dress comfortably--our members and guest attend in anything from shorts and shirts to suits and ties. Whatever you feel comfortable wearing, you won't feel out of place.
Are there activities for preschoolers and children?
Preschool, children's and student activities are suspended during the pandemic. Families can worship together in the Worship Center. We anticipate resuming these activities on Sundays soon.
Do I need to bring a Bible?
A Bible is helpful for you to use during the message portion of the service for reference. Many people access the Bible on their smart phone. We also have the Cross Pointe App, featuring our sermon outlines and Scriptures so you can follow along with and take notes during the teaching time.
What is Cross Pointe's "style" of music?
In terms of music, we don't have a "style" that we stick with, although we do more contemporary praise songs and choruses than hymns. Our desire is that our musical worship be uplifting and create a sense of anticipation for the teaching time in the service. Keeping a variety of both music and media makes each service a unique experience.
What does are your basic beliefs?
Where can I find Dr. Merritt on television?
Dr. Merritt's messages are broadcast through the Touching Lives ministry. Listings vary by local cable system provider.