CrossPointe strives to be a safe place for people to discover God and connect with others. We're grateful for all God has done and invite you to become a part of God's unfolding story at CrossPointe. We place an emphasis on helping you and your family connect, and offer many choices to help you feel comfortable. If you have some questions, we've tried to answer them below. If you have more, feel free to fill out this form to find out more!
What type of clothes do people wear to church?
At CrossPointe, we want you to come as you are. Whether it's jeans and a T-shirt or slacks and a tie, we want you to be yourself when you walk through our doors.
How long are your services?
Our services are usually around 60 minutes.
What kind of music will there be?
We have a band that plays modern, engaging music. On stage you will see guitar, piano, percussion, and bass.
Is there a children's program during the service?
Due to COVID-19, our Children's Ministry is unable to meet at this time.
- We'd love for you to join us on a Sunday! Our services begin at 9:30a & 11a.
- CrossPointe Online premieres every Sunday at 9:30a (available On-Demand after 10:30a).
- Learn more about our Children's Ministry on our KidVenture Page.
- Check out video of recent services on our Media Page.
- Check out our various ministries and events on our Connect Page.
- Learn more about our staff and elders below.
- If you have any questions, Contact Us.
Shan has been in ministry for over 25 years. He is a US Navy veteran who loves bacon, coffee, and hunting. Shan and his wife, Leslie, have three adult children. He teaches the Word in a conversational way that connects with the listener. Shan ministers with humor and preaches in such a way that people can understand and apply God’s Word to their everyday lives. Some of his hobbies include hiking, eating a good steak, and hanging out with his dog, Deacon.
Trey is the associate minister at CrossPointe. He enjoys all things Andy Griffith, is an avid coffee drinker, and loves spending time with his wife Bailey, his son Griffith, and his dog Watson. He was born and raised in Indiana, washed cattle in high school, and loves to listen to country music. More than anything else, Trey is most passionate about influencing people to live a sacrificial life devoted to Jesus.