WHY CHURCH MEMBERSHIP?
Here at the CrossRoads, we want you to know that the moment you walk through the doors, you belong and can consider this your church home — we’re glad you are here!
Yet here in our church, we encourage church membership because of its importance in the life of the believer. Membership is more than having your name on a list. In fact, we don't even maintain a "membership roll." Membership in a local church is much more about your commitment to fellow believers through the body of Christ. This commitment is displayed through your regular participation in the life and services of our church family.
If you are ready to take the next step in becoming a member of CrossRoads Church, take a look at the steps listed here:
Steps to joining the CrossRoads:
1. Fill out the contact information below.
2. Complete the required reading and/or watch the associated videos located on our website (see the links below -- these have to do with what we believe, our structure, etc.).
3. Talk to a pastor to discuss your agreement with our beliefs and practices and your intention to be a member.
Once you submit your contact information, we’ll get in touch with you about what comes next. And we look forward to welcoming you as a member!
Here are the links to the Membership articles and messages:
Below you will find links to articles and messages that will help you to understand more about our ministry. After reading and watching or listening, we will then schedule a meeting with a pastor to discuss membership at CrossRoads Church.
The Essentials We Believe (a list of our basic beliefs).
Questions About Baptism (you may find an answer here)
Our Constitution and By-Laws (available if you wish to refer to it).
Taken from the series: "The Local Church" taught in March & April of 2019. We encourage you to watch these 5 messages (notes are also available) to find out more about our heart for the local church.
- My Spiritual Family
- What's the Motivation?
- Distinctive Beliefs
- Our Church's Structure
- Welcome to Membership