We meet every morning, starting around 10:00, and ending around 11:45am. Our services include times of greeting each other, singing, reading of Scripture, and prayer. We include songs and languages that reflect the diversity of our congregation. What a joy it is to have unity in Christ across differences, something like the image of Acts 2 with the use of multiple languages to help us all understand and share from our hearts, as well as the image of Revelation 7, where every nation, tribe, people, and language joins together in joyful praise!
We have a wonderfully welcoming community where we are all included, whatever our backgrounds. We are intentional about making space in our times together where we each experience welcome, and we each have opportunity to give preference to others.
HOW TO JOIN ONLINE
You are always welcome to join us online. We gather through Zoom, and you may join in whatever way you feel comfortable. Since we value community within the church highly, we do often utilize breakout rooms to get to know each other better. For details contact email@example.com.
People who join via Zoom get to see and hear what is happening in the building, and they can also be seen and heard as we gather.
HOW TO FIND US
We are located at 4828 Hagadorn Rd #2, East Lansing, MI 48823. You can park in either the South Parking Lot or the East Parking Lot.
WHAT TO EXPECT
One of the main observations we hear from visitors to Crossway is how welcoming everyone is! Expect to experience a warm welcome by a variety of people. We also know that we come from a wide variety of backgrounds and personalities and levels of experience with Christianity and church.
We have a combination of round tables where people sit, as well as chairs in rows. We have times of singing and praying, as well as a time of listening to a speaker who helps us understand and apply a passage from the Bible.
Kids are always welcome with us! And for those who are comfortable with it, we invite children through 5th grade to go to Crossway Kids during the second half of the worship service. This is a time when they sing and pray, do crafts, and enjoy the time together while learning more about God.