Music and Worship

Music and Worship

Make His praise glorious!

The music at Crossroads serves to direct our hearts toward the Lord in corporate worship. We acknowledge that only the Holy Spirit can prompt the acceptable response in the hearts of the people. Anthems, special music, and congregational singing are songs that are biblically based. We find them from both present and past. They must:

  • exalt Jesus,
  • explain doctrine,
  • express our adoration of Him,
  • and lift up praise to His Name, declaring our need for Him.

Click any of the links below to learn more about getting involved with any of our worship ministries.

Adult Choir

If you have a passion for worship and a desire to help lead the church in praise … join the Crosssroads Choir! As a Crossroads Choir member, you enjoy the opportunity to the lead in praise within our church family! We are seeking all those who have a heart for worship to come alongside us in the Crossroads Choir. Participate in worship during the Sunday service. Participate in the Christmas Presentation each December Participate in the Mid-American Passion Play No…


“Praise the Lord! Praise God in His sanctuary; PraiseHim in His mighty firmament! Praise Him for His mighty acts; Praise Him according to His excellent greatness! Praise Him with the sound of the trumpet; Praise Him with the lute and harp! … “(Psalm 150) The Crossroads Orchestra is made up of ordinary people from all walks of life, who want to use their talents to worship Jesus Christ and make His praise glorious!. REHEARSALS Orchestra rehearsals at Crossroads are more than…

Youth Choir

Open to students in grades 6 – 12.  The choir rehearses each Sunday afternoon at 4:00pm in Room S124 (Ted Minor S.S. Class).  The Youth Choir sings in worship services,  and events like Christmas at Crossroad’s presentation.

S.W.A.T. – Kids Summer Musical

ESTHER-ORDINARY FAITH A Kids’ Musical for Such a Time as This Written & Created by Kathie Hill WEDNESDAY EVENINGS beginning June 16 Today we have the freedom to pray in public, attend church, or witness to others. Initially, Queen Esther kept her faith a secret in the pagan Persian court, but that dramatically changed when she risked her life to plead for the salvation of her people. In this musical, kids learn the value of a living faith as they…