Get in community
Getting connected at Crossroads Friends Church means participating in a Community Group. Sundays are a time for celebrating in worship of Jesus together and hearing the preaching of the Word. Community Groups are the place where the seeds of the preached Word take root and become real. It is the place where we build relationships with one another and live life together. It is also within these neighborhood groups that we can participate in the work that God has called us to as a church. Our groups are an opportunity to love and bless the city in unique ways.
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When your life is impacted by Christ – when grace and forgiveness become real – you simply cannot hold it in. The Gospel is something to experience and to share.
God invites every Christ follower to participate in his redemptive work in all aspects of life. The New Testament book of James calls this “pure religion” in the sense that mission reflects God’s simple call to make the world, and people’s lives, better. Living on mission helps us to realize that life is not all about us.
Getting involved in a community group will give you tangible opportunities to serve the community and world around you, meeting needs and serving as the hands and feet of Christ. Every believer is sent (John 20:21). Where are you being sent and with whom?
The local church is a community of believers who confess Jesus as Lord, gather regularly for preaching and worship, and scatter to fulfill the Great Commandment and Great Commission as missionaries to the world for God’s glory and their joy.
Crossroads began as a dream in the heart of several families who longed for God to do something powerful in northeast Wichita. And in their pursuit of Christ’s call to further God’s Kingdom, they left the comfort of an established church to pursue the exciting work of church planting.
Crossroads is part of an even bigger story within Evangelical Friends Church – Mid America, and we strive to faithfully continue the work that Christ began through George Fox in 1647. For more information on The Friends Movement, click here.
For more information on becoming a covenant member of Crossroads, we invite you to join us at Crossroads 411.
Crossroads 411 is a membership class, but it’s so much more than just that. 411 is designed to get you the information you need about Crossroads Friends Church. We’ll explain the vision and mission of Crossroads, share stories of what God is doing in our midst, and try to answer all of your questions about the church.
To register for the next Crossroads 411, click here.