Our Mission: To spread God’s glory by making disciples who worship God, grow in Christ, and impact the world.
Worship of God is fundamental, major, crucial—the highest and noblest activity of which any person is capable. God is worthy of our worship. He deserves to be worshiped. He longingly seeks people who are committed to worshiping Him in spirit and in truth. Worship should be a daily practice, as well as a Sunday morning priority. When our worship is primary and persistent we will be the kind of people of whom our Lord Jesus Christ spoke: true worshipers, whom the Father seeks, with hearts and minds engaged in proclaiming the excellencies of our great and living God. You’re invited to come worship Him with us—come rejoicing, come reverently and come responding.
To grow in Christ, His people need a passion for spiritual growth. We grow individually and as a church as God works within us to accomplish Christlikeness. To grow in Him we must be intentional. His Word indicates that this involves deepening in the faith together. Community leads to real joy, real life, real fellowship and real hope as we discover together the things in life that are really worth living for. We are called to authentic Christianity, which is doing life together, so we are to help each other in this endeavor—to grow in our love and commitment to Christ.
At CrossWay Bible Church we believe God’s plan to reach our world with the Good News of Jesus is through His people. It is our conviction that evangelism — sharing the saving grace of Jesus with others — is not just something to consider, but it is the call on the life of every believer. Those who profess faith in Jesus are called to be disciple makers. We are called to missions according to the Great Commission for the purpose of Impacting the World.
“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
(Matthew 28:19-20, ESV)