The vision of Cross Creek Church is to create a vibrant family of believers who deeply experience the love and presence of God and are empowered to express this abundant life in their homes, workplaces, schools, and relationships – lifting Jesus high, that He may draw all people to Himself.
At Cross Creek Church we desire to know Jesus Christ in the deepest way possible and are ambitious to share this precious treasure with others. Our culture is characterized by intimate corporate worship, the presence of God, family, spiritual growth, and community transformation. Our joy is to equip and empower believers to take hold of Jesus and radiate His love throughout their personal sphere of influence. We celebrate the individual gifts and callings within the body of Christ and have a passion for people, our city and our world. We embrace those of all ages and backgrounds who are hungry to find a relationship with Jesus.
Life-Changing: A church that turns seekers into believers, believers into disciples, and disciples into disciple-makers (Matthew 4:19)
Bible-Centered: A church where the Bible it the standard for morality and everyday living (Colossians 1:28)
Celebratory: A place where corporate worship is prioritized and the presence of God celebrated in worship (John 4:24)
Authentic: Where people can safely and honestly share their lives with one another (Ephesians 4:15)
Effective: Organized around the wise and efficient use of members' spiritual gifts (1 Corinthians 12:7, 11)
Relevant: A church that is uncompromising in its message of truth, yet is able to implement culturally relevant ways to deliver that truth for the greatest impact. (1 Corinthians 9:22)
Encouraging: A church that affirms the value and worth of each person as a unique creation of God (Genesis 1:28-29)
Influential: A church that equips believers to live a life of radical love that reaches those around them. (Matthew 5:13-16)
Reproducing: a church that empowers believers to take hold of God’s dream for their life and enter into all that God has for them. (Acts 1:8; 9:3)