My name is Chris.  I want to invite you to explore Jesus with us. We've come to see Jesus as the world's true treasure and king. He is the fountainhead of every good thing and offers people everywhere the means of enjoying the good life through Him. At Crosshaven, we're all about the good life. Jesus' first miracle was to turn water into wine. In that instance, the water was symbolic of testing and division while the wine was symbolic of community. That's the good news, that Jesus literally transformed judgment into generosity! 

I want you to meet our congregation because they are the most jovial, humble and generous people I've ever known. Most of all, I want you to meet Jesus because He has made them so. During your visit I would be honored to personally welcome you. Please look me up the next time you're at Crosshaven.

In the mean time we've provided this website as a means of telling you more about Christ and his work at Crosshaven. 


Join us for Sunday worship at 10:30am. 

What Should I Expect?

First of all, expect to be greeted by people who know what it's like to visit a new place. Expect friendly...but not "in your face with a spotlight friendly." Dress is casual (come as you are) and there are plenty of seats available. One of our pastors starts the service with announcements, prayer and reading of scripture. Our worship leader will lead in a couple of songs and then a pastor shares a message from God's Word. We conclude the service with a time of response (prayer or singing). We like to hang out afterward and talk. Guests are welcome to stay and chat or head out. Still have more questions? We have answers!

When Should I Arrive?

Our service starts at 10:30 AM but we encourage you to arrive 10 minutes early to enable yourself time to check in any kids (see below for details) and find a seat. who to ask for help... Our desire is to offer help and answer questions at our Welcome Center just inside the main entrance. We'll have folks standing there ready to serve you, answer any questions, and guide you in the right direction. There are also signs throughout the building to direct you to restrooms and nursery.

What About The Kids?

For parents who are interested, we would love to serve you by caring for nursery-age (infant-4 years) children throughout the entire service. At the end of the service, parents can pick up their children at their rooms, using the security tags provided at check-in. Some older children do better than others at sitting through church. We have an activity room set up for elementary age children who need to take a break from the service.