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From our current sermon series on marriage,”Fit to Be Tied.”

Service Times

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

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

WHERE FAITH AND LIFE MEET

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

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Live and Compete for the Glory of God

“Live and Compete for the Glory of God” is more than a motto to me. Growing up in a family of six kids, I can’t remember a time when competition wasn’t a part of my life. I grew up competing as I played nearly every sport. I knew that the Lord had given me... read more

Fit to be Tied

I took three years of piano as an elementary boy, and wasn’t the most talented student. But in looking back, I learned how to read music and gained a real appreciation for classical music and those who can actually play it. One thing I learned from my teacher is how... read more

Respect and Honor

In early 1998 a scandal broke involving President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. News about the nature of their relationship dominated the airwaves and headlines. Late night comedians had a bonanza of comedic material and, although this was in the days before Facebook... read more

March Madness

If you needed any indicator of how much influence sports has in our society, try to find a parking spot at any dining establishment with a TV this weekend. With the NCAA tournament kicking off, we are reminded of the madness that is the American sports addiction. We... read more

“Hallelujah is our song.”

“Do not abandon yourselves to despair. We are the Easter people and hallelujah is our song.” -Pope John Paul II I don’t make it a habit of quoting Popes very often as I hold many differences with their doctrine and vision for the church. But in this case, I will make... read more

Summer Missions – Restore St. Louis

There is something about mission trips that work powerfully on our hearts and leave us changed. Maybe it’s the eye-opening experience of serving in an unfamiliar cultural setting.  Maybe it’s seeing unfiltered brokenness that we often don’t see in our day to day... read more