The old Church of the Living God building in Stokesdale
In April of 2000, Crossroads began regular weekly worship celebrations. We met in this building, the old building of the Church of the Living God. Because they worship on Saturdays, they allowed us to use this building on Sundays. It was quite a blessing for us to have a place to gather.
Our journey has taken us to ten different Sunday morning meeting places! There were many times that I wondered how God would work things out.
Now we are celebrating ten years of ministry in the Stokesdale community. God has done a lot through this energetic group of believers. We have hosted community worship services, had floats in the Christmas Parade, provided live music for Stokesdale Community Days, helped in the Good Samaritan Food Pantry, served at Stokesdale Business Association Business Fairs, hosted Fifth Sunday Sings, provided parade announcers for parades in Stokesdale and Summerfield, given away pool noodles at two marinas on Belews Lake, baptized in lakes and church sanctuaries, sent youth on out-of-state mission trips, sent adults on mission trips domestically and internationally, and, well the list goes on...
Connection Point, November 2009, beginning the up fit
On Easter Sunday this year we moved to a new place called Connection Point. Because the church owns the building, we have many new opportunities to serve. We want it to be a place where people connect -- with God, one another and the community.
We are celebrating what God has done, and looking forward to what God will do in the next ten years!
So, on Sunday morning, October 10, 2010 at 10:00, we are celebrating 10 years of God at work. It's gonna be a blast!