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Old 05-27-2009, 12:56 PM
 
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I am a cradle catholic going through a divorce and have decided to try out a non-denominational church, hoping that I don't feel so judged. I heard about Crossroads Fellowship off of Millbrook and wondered if anyone can tell me about their experiences there.
It seems a little intimidating since you have to do an orientation. Please share thoughts on this church.
Thanks in advance!
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Old 05-27-2009, 02:17 PM
 
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Literally!! I have been going there with my family for over 4 years now. Although it is a very large church it truly has a small church feel to it. You do not need to go to an orientation. You do go through a New Member Class if you decide to join. But that really is nothing, but learning the background/history of the church and what our core principles are. It has a very strong divorce support group for spouses and kids. You do not need to be a member to partake in any of these groups. There are also many small groups you can join if that is something you are looking for. I would try it out for a few weeks and see what you think. Another one to consider is Grace Community which is located behind BJs on Capital Blvd.
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Old 05-28-2009, 06:34 PM
 
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We have been members of Crossroads for 4 years now. We love it! Even though we have a large membership, it really doesn't feel large. We believe in small groups. Getting connected is key and they are many different ways to connect. There is no orientation. Stop by the welcome center to get information on the different "venues" available to you and about the church. We are also having a newcomer luncheon after the 11:00 service on 6/7. It's specifically designed for new visitors to the church. Try it out for a few weeks and see what you think. We are very welcoming and have lots of options for whatever life stage you are in. You can hear a few of the sermons online and get more info about the church on the web also. Crossroads Fellowship
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