The hardest part about attending a new church service is not knowing what to expect. We are group of people from all walks of life and backgrounds taking our next step closer to God. Don’t worry if you don’t have everything together…no one really does. That’s why our motto is

“Come as you are…you’ll be loved!”

Name Badge.001When you visit you will receive a friendly welcome from one of our greeters. Throughout the building is a team of volunteers willing to help. Should you have a question, simply look for someone with a name badge. If they can’t answer your question, they can get you to someone who can!

We keep things pretty simple around here. We have plenty of great coffee (which you can bring into the auditorium), an opportunity to meet new friends, and a chance to take your next step closer to God.

10606243_10152638548249053_1232724221682754022_nThe service is casual and relaxed because church should not leave us feeling beat up. We should feel strengthened with God’s grace and love as we seek to live obedient, Christlike lives. Our music is upbeat, and you will have the opportunity to hear a solid, biblical message.

Our only rule about clothes is that you wear some. Dress comfortably. Church is about connecting with God, and connecting with other people…not a fashion show.

Offering

We do offering differently at Crossroads Vineyard. We do not pass a plate. There is a box in the back of the room or you can give online if you would like to give, but

2 Corinthians 9:7, “Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”

People should not give out of guilt or expectation. They should give because they are excited about the mission and vision of God’s church, and they are generously returning a portion of their income to God as way of acknowledging His provision.

Following each service, trained prayer team members are available at the front for any prayer needs you may have and Communion is God’s grace to to all.

For parents

When you enter our building, our children’s check in is down the hall on the right of the foyer. There are signs to help you find it easily. A friendly volunteer will help you get your children signed in and to the correct classroom where they will enjoy a time of worship and an age-appropriate Bible story to help them in the walk with God.

 

We meet at 10am at 6640 Brandt Pike near Grismer Tires.

Our Staff Members

Barb Eddy

When I first came into the Vineyard movement, I was so excited!  God had done so much for me, and I wanted to give something back to Him. I just didn’t know how or where to serve. I began in the kid’s area. I stayed there for a year; by...

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Eric Wright

Eric Wright is a hometown boy who grew up in a single-parent, welfare home in East Dayton. He received a call to ministry at a young age, but wanted nothing to do with God or the church as he had seen it. After years of resisting God, he finally accepted...

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