Crossings Community ChurchA Be In Christ Church in Kirkland Lake, Ontario
JOIN US FOR SUNDAY SERVICES AT 10:30 AM
We ask that out of consideration for others and in compliance with local public health guidance, that you wear a mask unless you are part of an exempted group. If you forget to bring a mask, we can provide you with one. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Welcome. We’re Crossings Community Church, a church in Kirkland Lake, Ontario.
Life can be disorienting. More and more we’re less and less connected from each other and we struggle to make sense of life’s most pressing questions. Why are we here? What’s my purpose? What does it feel like to belong? Church is the place where we come together to explore these questions. We’ve come to the conclusion that life’s questions are wrapped up in a single answer, a single person: Jesus. We’re a community of people who belong to Jesus, try to walk out what that looks like in our individual lives and in our life together. We invite you to join us as we explore this life, as we are instructed and inspired by the Scriptures and as try to live as a people who reflect God’s love, grace and truth into Kirkland Lake, the community around us.
We meet each Sunday at 10:30 am for worship. Our community members are both young and old, so whether you’re a retiree, a young person or a family with small children, you’ll feel welcomed at our church. Dress is casual, so come as you are. We’re not uptight about our facilities, so bring a coffee, or help yourself to some we’ve brewed.
We value having children in our community. They are welcome to join us during the praise and worship section of the service. During the teaching portion of the morning, We provide a separate children’s program.
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