119 N. Broad St. Adrian, Mi. 49221 9:30 am and 11:15 am. Sunday's Live on YouTube. 9:30am

About Crossroads

Our people make the difference. We aim to make everyone feel welcome. We want you to become a part of our family, and that starts with your first visit…
When and Where?
You can experience Crossroads at either 9:30am or 11:15am every Sunday. Crossroads meets at 119 North Broad St. Adrian, Michigan.
What to Wear?
We treat everyone like family. We want you to feel like Crossroads is your home, so dress comfortably. Our Pastor wears blue jeans. So come in and make yourself at home.
What About the Kids?
You can’t be comfortable if you’re worried about your kids, so sign the kids in at the Kid Crossing desk. We have something for all ages, from infants to fifth grade. Register the kids, then walk them back to their classes. Meet with their teachers and ask a few questions. We want you and your kids to feel comfortable and secure.
No Pressure
Now that you’ve had a snack, head on in to the auditorium. We have a rule here at Crossroads: no one is ever singled out or embarrassed. Don’t worry, you’ll blend right in.
The Music
Don’t be surprised if the music is not what you’ve come to expect at church. We think music is to be enjoyed. Singing a song in front of God ought to be fun — For Him and for us.
The Message
After a few songs, Pastor Scott will deliver a message you can apply to life right now – a message with a purpose.
Our Gift to You
Okay, you’ve checked in the kids, enjoyed some music, heard a practical message and then…Yup there it is…the old offering basket. Here at Crossroads we have another rule: The offering is for those who call Crossroads home. If you’re a guest, sit on that wallet. This service is our gift to you.
Just Ask
We hope that your first visit to Crossroads will be a pleasant one. Our goal is to make everyone feel like family. If there is anything you need while visiting Crossroads just ask and we’ll do our best to make you feel at home. We look forward to meeting you and your family.

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