All throughout the Bible when people came into contact with God, they worshipped. From Jacob building an altar to God in Bethel, to the woman who anointed Christ with alabaster, to Revelation which tells us that all people will worship God, the Bible is full of instances of worship. In Hebrews 10 the writer urged Christ followers to not “neglect meeting together” for worship but to continue to “encourage one another.”
Worship at Cross Point is important. It’s the primary time where we can come together as a Faith Family and demonstrate our love, adoration, and reverence towards the One who created us. Worship at Cross Point consists of singing, brief fellowship, giving, and a time of teaching.
If you’re reading this, we hope you'll join us for a worship service at Cross Point, we'd love to have you participate in what we think is one of the three primary things the church was designed to do.
Our primary worship service is on Sunday Mornings at 9:15 and 10:45. Both services are the same style and the same content. Which service you attend normally depends on when your small group meets or when you serve.
On occasional Sundays we'll meet at 6:00pm to emphasize something special happening in our congregation. These services often contain something special, whether it is communion, a unique opportunity for participation, or an emphasis on something occurring in the life of the church, our Family Sunday services are distinctive opportunities for worship at Cross Point.
Our mid-week worship services are a way to recharge with fellow believers half-way through your week. Wednesday nights at 6:30pm we have a time of worship with an emphasis on prayer. Normally our Family Meetings occur at Wednesday Night worship. Supper is available for purchase beginning at 5:30pm.