TO BE AND MAKE COMMITTED FOLLOWERS OF CHRIST
At Crossing, our purpose is simple and clear. Everything we do, everything we teach, and every way we use our resources are all aimed at this one purpose: to be and make committed followers of Christ!
We fulfill our purpose in three ways:
|EQUIP Christians in biblical character, spiritual habits, and ministry skills|
|SENDÂ the gospel into the world, beginning in our own communities|
|SERVEÂ peopleÂ in love, in order to be a blessing toÂ others|
Throughout the Scriptures God uses reminders to encourage his people, and keep his promises and works on their minds. In the same way, these purpose statements are displayed around our campus to constantly remind us of the importance of our purpose and how we accomplish it.
WHAT MAKES US WHO WE ARE?
We passionately embrace the gospel of free grace and eternal security.
We’re committed to creating a genuine sense of family.
We value and pursue ways to serve and interact with ourÂ Bucks County community.
- Organic Ministry
We believe our best ministries grow out of God’s activity in the lives of our people.
We desire that everyone experience belonging and spiritual growth in a small group or other ministry opportunity.
CROSSING IS A PROUD MEMBER OF
LEADERSHIP AT CROSSING
The New Testament model of church leadership is a plural body of elders appointed to care for, lead, teach and shepherd the church, and guard its doctrine. This is the example that Paul set and the earliest churches followed. (Acts 14:21-23, 20:17-18, 1 Tim. 3:1-7, Titus 1:5-9, Heb. 13:7, 17)
Crossing Community Church is led and governed by a Council of Elders that oversees the general direction, spiritual welfare, and fiscal responsibilities of the church. These men are carefully selected according to the apostle Paulâ€™s instruction in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1, and these men are approved by the congregationâ€™s vote.
Click HERE to view our Church Constitution, containing more information about our purpose, doctrine, church government, membership, property, and organization.