Frequently asked questions...
Hey Crossroads, when and where do you meet on Sunday?
Several times, several places!
Crossroads NORTH meets on Sunday morning at 10:00AM at 306 McArthur Rd. Fayetteville, NC.
Crossroads SOUTH meets on Sunday morning at 11:00AM at 6781 Camden Rd. Fayetteville, NC
Crossroads WEST is a House Church setting. They meet at Pastor Nick Rich's house for Scripture, worship, and prayer at 10:00AM. The location is 7004 Kings Lynn Loop, Fayetteville, NC.
We also meet throughout the month in various locations in our Gospel Families!
What kind of music will I hear on Sunday morning?
Some might call us contemporary, but we really aren't into labels. ; )
Will my kids learn about God and enjoy being at church?
That's our goal! Kids are welcome to stay with us "big people" throughout the service. We also offer a fantastic kids-church program. Crosskids Sunday is designed teach kiddos about God as they experience a living faith at an age-appropriate level. Our Crosskids have a blast on Sunday mornings!
What should I wear to the worship service?
We're a pretty casual crew, but we really don’t get hung up on clothing. We are here to worship and experience the presence of God, that's our style! What makes you comfortable? Wear that!
What denomination are you?
We are a fresh expression of The United Methodist Church. While denomination affiliation is not on everyone’s radar, it is good to know what theological family we roll with. www.umc.org
Do I have to be a member of the United Methodist Church to attend Crossroads North?
Nope. While our theology is Wesleyan, and our church is a part of the UMC family, our Sunday morning service is filled with people of many different backgrounds. We think that's a good thing! No matter where you are on your faith journey, come be a part of what God is doing here.
Are you a Bible based church?
Well, yeah! This God inspired collection of writings, known as the Bible, is our family book. We know that the Bible leads us to Jesus, and Jesus leads us to life. The Bible is where we go as we wrestle with matters of faith and life. We don't get hung up on which translations, we use them all!