Welcome to the Groups Catalog for the 2021-22 ministry year. The purpose of Crossroads group life is to connect people in spaces where we can build relationships, grow spiritually and transform our homes and communities with God’s love.
New Fall Journey Groups
Beginning September 19, Journey Groups will meet 8 times on campus, in homes or in workspaces to discuss the weekend message and explore fresh expressions of healthy spirituality. Journey Groups go hand in hand with the fall teaching series, Believing Like Jesus— a challenging exploration into Jesus’ beliefs and how those beliefs can transform our personal beliefs about God.
Thursday Night Journey Groups
Thursdays, 6:30-8pm; Crossroads Facility
Walk-ins welcome. Childcare is available by choosing the childcare option when you register. Existing connect groups are invited to join in on campus or wherever you prefer to meet.
Young Adult Journey Group
Sundays, 6pm; Location varies
Leaders: Brianna Williams, Rollin Goering & Isaac Bartholomew
Men’s Journey Group
Saturdays, 7-8:30am; Crossroads Atrium
Leaders: Dennis Anderson & Stephen Boston
Start a New Journey Group
Do you enjoy learning in community? Are you willing to help others learn and grow? Join a new team of Journey Group Hosts. You have the option of hosting a table at the Thursday Night Group or choosing another time and location.
Care and Support Groups
Groups focused on inner growth and transformation; making peace within yourself
Tuesdays, 6:30pm; Crossroads Facility
Leaders: Craig Bentrott
This support group is a 13-week seminar for adults dealing with divorce or separation. Skilled facilitators and caring people will walk with you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Don’t go through separation or divorce alone.
Time and commitment vary
Leaders: Autumn Patterson & Amy Scruggs
Prayer Team members receive a weekly email with a list of current prayer requests across the Crossroads network. Additionally, team members can sign up to pray with people during Sunday services.
Strategic service activities to change unjust systems or support life-giving systems in our world.
Edmondson School Partnership Group
Activities, dates and location vary
Leader: Wendy Hurd
This group supports, encourages and serves the staff and families of Laurene Edmondson Elementary School. Service opportunities include: food and hospitality for school events, teacher support and appreciation, providing school supplies, volunteerism (when we can), food baskets for under-resourced families and more.
Food Security Group
Volunteer schedules and locations vary
Leader: Sally Wabeke
This group works to improve the health of children and adults in our community and world. They serve at the Loveland Community Kitchen, Kids Food Pak, Larimer County Fresh Fruits and Vegetables for Seniors, assist with the annual Crossroads Stuff-The-Truck Food Drive, prep and deliver bread donations to local agencies, and more.
Project groups set their own schedules
Leader: Laura Patterson
Hope Builders is a ministry of Crossroads church fueled by groups of Peacemakers who love their families, friends, neighbors and strangers by providing the labor or finances to make home repairs and improvements for those who lack the resources to do the work on their own. Hope Builders’ desire is to empower you to love your neighbor in very practical and tangible ways.
Lago Vista Neighborhood Group
Volunteer hours after school; Lago Vista Mobile Homes
Leaders: Stephen Boston & Sandy Swaim
The Lago Vista Mobile Home Community has many two-income, working families; and their students often come home to an empty house. This group provides a strong after-school presence. Activities include homework help, one-to-one conversation, music and art lessons, reading and games with students grades 1-12.