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Welcome to Cross Mountain Church

Below you will find information or links to help you get to know a little bit about us. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.

What to Expect

We want you to know up front what it’s like here so you can feel comfortable right away! Allow us to quickly answer the most commonly asked questions.

HOW OUR SERVICES WORK:

We have a live band and Pastor at our campus ready to serve you and your family each weekend.

Our Lead Pastor, Randy Ayres, teaches live from our campus most weeks and we stream live on our website, youtube, and facebook each week.

Make sure you look for guest parking spaces right near the front doors when you visit!

WHAT OUR PEOPLE ARE LIKE

Our people are some of the friendliest on the planet! We have a lot of twenty and thirty-somethings with kids, but we also have singles, empty-nesters, and senior adults.

No matter what stage you’re in, there’s someone here like you and they can’t wait to meet you!

HOW PEOPLE USUALLY DRESS

How someone dresses isn’t a big deal at Cross Mountain (as long as you’re wearing something)! We have some in flip-flops and shorts in the summer and some are more business casual or in jeans. We’re pretty relaxed.

WHAT WE HAVE FOR KIDS

Cross Mountain Kids is our infant – 5th grade ministry that meets during every service. Cross Mountain Students is for 6th – 12th graders, and meets on Wednesday nights. Our Cross Mountain Students JHIGH also has a service every Sunday morning during our 11:15 service.

All of our volunteers have been properly vetted and trained to provide a safe and clean environment so your kids will leave knowing just how much they matter to God!

 

What We Believe

It is our desire to create environments so people can elevate their life.  We do this by connecting people with God, helping them grow and experience life through small groups, and providing opportunities for them to serve and make a difference in their world.

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