What to Expect

Welcome to CrossPointe Church. We realize that checking out a new church can be a very intimidating thing.  Even the most confident of people can easily become timid when it comes to visiting a new church.  At CrossPointe, we want to help alleviate some of that potential uneasiness.  Though we can’t answer every question, the following is intended to give you a sense of what CrossPointe Lake Nona is about.

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Worship Service

Our worship service is designed  for the church family to celebrate Jesus as we sing and learn from the Bible together to better understand the breadth and length, height and depth of God's love. 

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Children's Ministry

We have a well-trained team of background checked volunteers who love children and want to serve families. You will discover a fun and loving environment that seeks to equip families in the gospel, not just babysit during the service.  

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Getting Connected

If you're new here at CrossPointe Church, we want you to feel at home. No matter your background or current situation, just know that this is a safe place, and we’re so glad to have you here.

FAQs

What time does the service begin?

Our worship service begins at 10:00 am. We also have a prayer time that meets at 9:00 am before the service. 

What should I wear?

In Florida we go to church casual. The pastor wears jeans and button down shirt and you will see others in shorts and flip-flops.

How long are the worship services?

Our worship services are roughly 75 minutes in length.

What is the music like?

We have a band with multiple instruments. Our music selection ranges from historic hymns to modern worship songs in culturally diverse styles.

What are the sermons like?

We believe the Bible is God's word so we typically preach through books of the Bible and examine how the eternal truths apply to our lives today. Sermons are typically 30-45 minutes in length. 

Are You affliated with a denomination or network?

We are part of Acts 29, which is a diverse, global family of churches planting churches.