Typical Sunday Gathering
When you get ready to come to Crossroads on Sunday morning, dress casually. We do not have a dress code and you will find most of our members and attenders dressed in a way that is the most comfortable to them. You will see everything from nice slacks and skirts to jeans and even sweatpants are spotted occasionally, so wear whatever you are most comfortable in.
We have a large parking lot adjacent to our building, which is located behind Rite Aid in the Westover Triangle, and also across the street that you can park in. When you come inside, feel free to mingle, grab some fresh roasted coffee and get to know us.When you are ready to sit down, sit wherever you like. We do not have assigned seats so you won’t be “taking” someone’s chair. We are so glad that you are there, we’ll sit on the floor if we have to!
Gatherings begin at 9am and 11am in Morgantown , then a 5pm in Fairmont. All gatherings are similar in style and usually consist of preaching and response. We love the Bible at Crossroads. The primary focus of our Sunday gathering is receiving from the Word and responding to the Word. We typically preach straight through books of the Bible, seeking to learn from the Word of God and to respond by applying the truth to our lives.
After the preaching, our worship band leads us in response to God. The music at Crossroads crosses a diverse blend of genres and varies from traditional hymns to upbeat, original songs. The central theme of every song is the person and work of Jesus Christ.
Be sure to fill out a Crossroads Connection Card so we can get to know you, share with you more information about the church, and answer any questions you might have.
After the gathering, stick around for awhile and meet some new friends. Someone is sure to invite you out for lunch.
Oh, before you leave, don’t forget to pick up the kids. We have a lost and found, but you wouldn’t want your kids left there all week now would you?