Serving at CrossPointe is at the core of our culture. We believe every member of CrossPointe Church should be plugged into a ministry.
We want you to take your next step in your relationship with God and DO amazing things by serving Him.
At CrossPointe Church we know the future is in our nursery and classrooms. Every volunteer in our KidsPointe Ministry is passionate about your kids. They work hard every week to ensure children have a fun time learning about God and how to have a relationship with Him.
Help students Discover who God is and help them Develop their relationship with Him so they can live out their faith each day. SQUAD is always looking for adult volunteers to help with small groups, set-up / tear-down, concessions, and check-in.
Small Group Ministry
LifePointe is the main avenue in which believers at CrossPointe Church Develop their relationship with God, while also creating and building relationships with others. As our church grows, LifePointe is always looking for those who wish to either be a group host or someone who wants to open their home to a group.
F.I.T. (First Impressions Team)
Guest Services Ministry
CrossPointe Church is known for how we welcome and honor our guests and everyone who walks in the doors. The First Impressions Team is always looking for people who love to smile, make people feel welcome, and know that you have to make the best “first impression“.
CrossPointe Church strongly believes that everyone who attends our service has the right to feel safe and protected while on our property. We believe the precedent for providing security for those doing God’s work was established in the Old Testament. Nehemiah was rebuilding the walls of his ancestral city when neighboring enemy nations sent serious threats of harm. These enemy nations were angry about the reconstruction of the walls and had intentions to attack if they didn’t abandon the project. However, Nehemiah felt that he was doing the work of the Lord and he wouldn’t allow anything to stop him. Within a short time of receiving the threats, Nehemiah implemented a security plan and put watchmen (guards) in place to protect the workers. (See Nehemiah 4)