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From our series “A New Identity” – A study from Ephesians.

Service Times

Worship on Sunday at 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. Sunday School at 10:00 a.m.

Where To Find Us

Located one mile southeast of I-69, Exit 210, in Fishers, Indiana,


We all face crossroads in our lives from time to time. Whatever the crossroads we face, we need God’s direction for our lives. At Crossroads Community Church of Fishers, IN, we believe that a living faith in Jesus Christ should positively impact every area of our lives—our professions, our friendships, our marriages, our parenting—everything we do. Our motto at Crossroads Community Church is “where faith and life meet.” We pray that this is more than just words on a page, but a spiritual reality in our lives. A member congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), Crossroads is a place where people can come and receive the gospel of Jesus Christ, grow in the knowledge of His grace and go make a difference for his kingdom. You’ll find a warm welcome at Crossroads, where we exist to glorify Jesus Christ by reaching the lost and discipling the found. Come and join us!

Crossroads Community Church

Crossroads Community Church 14885 Southeastern Parkway Fishers, IN 46037 (317) 485-2175


Service is the overflow of a heart fully surrendered to Christ. See about opportunities at Crossroads to serve the church and local communities.

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A Thank You from Crossroads

We are appreciative of all who were able to participate in recent events at Crossroads! The Indiana Blood Center collected 21 pints of blood at the blood drive. That’s more than 60 lives that could be affected by your generosity. There were also several people who... read more

Sharing Our Abundant Blessings

Opportunities at Crossroads in October “And he answered them, ‘Whoever has two tunics is to share with him who has none, and whoever has food is to do likewise.'” –Luke 3:11 ESV Thank you in advance for supporting the following opportunities... read more

Plugging In

“I am newer to the church, how can I plug in? “I have been here at Crossroads for awhile, but I am not connected yet.”  “Some of my friends at the church have left, how can I reconnect relationally?” I heard all three of these comments from Crossroads people in the... read more

Impacting Our Community

Last Monday Crossroads had the opportunity to help out with Interfaith Hospitality Network’s mobile homeless shelter. Women gathered during the day to make dinner. Others met at the church where families were staying in Noblesville to serve and eat dinner with those... read more

Deepening and Discovering Together

The purpose of our Sunday School ministry is to faithfully teach the Word of God in a way that encourages honest discussion and discovery of its timeless truths with a view toward deepening believers in their faith and pointing unbelievers to the gospel. Crossroads... read more

“Follow Me”

This call of Jesus to “follow me” is repeated throughout the Gospels. It is a call to think how he thinks, to speak how he speaks, to do what he does.  It’s a call to love what he loves and to pursue what he pursues, and not because he is a self-serving megalomaniac... read more

Communicants Class 2016

Do you have a child 3rd grade and up who you feel is ready to get more serious about their faith? One who is ready to pursue admittance to the Lord’s Table and begin participating in communion? If so, read on—our annual 8-week Communicants Class begins August 21, from... read more

A Heart for the Harvest

Remember the words of Jesus in John 4:35, “Look, I tell you, lift up your eyes, and see that the fields are white for harvest.” Jesus wants His people to have a heart for the harvest, eyes that see and feet and hands which become active in sowing the gospel and... read more

The Great Divide

“Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, plead the widow’s cause.”  – Isaiah 1:17 “For he delivers the needy when he calls, the poor and him who has no helper.  He has pity on the weak and the needy, and saves the... read more