What should you expect when you visit theCrossroads of Louisville?
Visiting a new place for the first time can be pretty intimidating. What will it be like? What time does it start? What should I wear? What’s available for my kids? We wanted to answer a few of these questions to help make your first visit as enjoyable as possible. Feel free to contact us with any further questions. We want to make sure you are informed and comfortable as you visit theCrossroads of Louisville.
theCrossroads is a warm, welcoming place. The people that make up theCrossroads come from all walks of life and they love their church! We promise you'll meet a smiling face and a new community of people whom you can live out your faith with.
We’d like to answer a few questions you might have as you decide to be our guest this Sunday.
1. What time are your services?
At theCrossroads we start at 4:00pm on Sunday. (We have prayer at 3:30pm before the service) Our small groups meet on Sundays at 5:15pm following the worship service.
2. How do I get there?
We are located on Dixie Highway between Watson Lane and Bowen Avenue.
3. How long are the services?
Our services last about 60 to 70 minutes and contain music and teaching from the Bible that will apply directly to your life.
4. Is there a dress code?
No. Feel free to dress in clothes that are comfortable for you when you come to theCrossroads. You can “dress up” if you want, or wear casual clothes. God is interested in your heart, not your wardrobe.
5. Will I be singled out if I’m new?
Absolutely not. You are our guest. Each Sunday, there are lots of people just like you who are checking out theCrossroads for the first time. Our goal is for you to have the best experience possible. So you can feel free to be anonymous.
6. What about my kids?
theCrossroads has an exciting Children’s ministry where your kids will be taught the Bible in age-appropriate classes. Our goal is to make church on Sunday the best hour of your kid’s week. - (We also have a great nursery available for the little ones up to three years of age).