When making a decision about a church home - whether it's Crossroads or any other - we think it is vitally important for you to understand the core beliefs. These beliefs are the foundation on which everything else in a church is built. Crossroads is a non-denominational (i.e., independent) Christian church whose sole basis of beliefs and theology comes from the Word of God. Take some time to peruse this website; you'll get a clear picture of what our beliefs are. If you have any questions, ask!
Where We Meet
Our adults, high school and nursery – 5th grade meet in our Worship Center that is located on a 75 acre campus. Our property has a unique history: it was a working dairy farm for well over 100 years as part of the J. George Smith family. Our address 3003 S. Eola Rd, Aurora IL 60503. Click Here for a map courtesy of Google Maps.
Our middle students meet across the street in their own unique location - The Shed - that captures the essence of the farm heritage mentioned above. "Shed Worship" hosts students each Sunday in a setting that includes a relaxed social and fellowship time, hospitality (great snacks and coffee), worship and relevant teaching that is biblically based. Click Here for a map courtesy of Google Maps.
In a typical Sunday service at Crossroads, you will experience: authentic worship, the sacrament of communion, practical teaching that comes from the Scriptures and a time of reflection and response. We want to have you not only hear biblical truth, but also to be able to apply it in your life.
The lobby area outside the sanctuary is our community gathering place before and between services. You'll find a “Welcome Center” with people who would love to tell you about our many ministries as well as connection and service opportunities, lots of people chatting and a café area with many flavors of your favorite morning cup of coffee.
If You Visit on Sunday
When you come on Sunday morning, there is only one thing you need to do: relax! You're with friends. You can anticipate an encouraging and insightful experience with folks from all walks of life living in many of the surrounding communities of the Fox Valley.