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  • Sunday Worship Service: 10:30am-12:00pm
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The Crossing Blog

Finding Jesus In The Dark

Posted by Tim Couper on

It started with a simple question: "why are the lights turned down low at our church on Sunday mornings?" Good question, glad you asked. There’s a few simple answers like: it makes the space feel more dynamic and more intimate; it makes the projector image much clearer; it allows us to...

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Tags: church, experience, jesus, lights, sunday, technology, transformation, vulnerability, walls, worship, ambience

It's Not About You

Posted by Ian McGlynn on

  Consumerism. We consume every day. Our world is filled with an "It's all about me" mentality. What's in it for me? What can I gain from this? How will it make me feel? I'll be blunt, the minute that we ...enter the church parking lot ...walk through the front door of the...

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Tags: church, church service, consumerism, culture, matt redman, praise, the church, worship

The Walls We Build

Posted by Tim Couper on

A few months ago my wife Jess and I decided to drive up to Boston over spring break. By the time that Sunday morning rolled around, I was EXHAUSTED, and its not like we were going to our home church, this would be a new church, full of new people, with new questions, and new coffee...

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Tags: broken, brokenness, church, jesus, stories, sunday, sunday morning, vulnerable, walls

Worship Reflections: "Lord, I Need You"

Posted by Ian McGlynn on

We won't need to sing this song when we are ultimately with our Lord and Savior. But for now, in these desperate times, this song is very real, and these words have meaning.  Do you believe every word you sing in this song? And do you really believe that you need God every hour of every...

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Tags: depend, desperate, faithfulness, god, grace, help, love, mercy, need, sorrow, worship

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