When we gather the goal is simple: To celebrate Jesus, have our lives transformed by his Spirit, and leave better prepared to be the church God’s called us to be.
We started this year with several covid restrictions still in place, but without any restrictions in July, we saw an increase in our overall attendance. Thank you all for continuing to worship with us every week
Average Attendance - Cartersville Campus
Average Attendance - Adairsville Campus
Average Attendance - Rome Campus
Average online viewers weekly
First Time Guests
Average attendance - Crosspoint City Kids
First Time Guests (Kids)
Average attendance - Student Ministry
People attended our Easter Gatherings
People attended our Christmas Gatherings
God designed every one of us for relationships and calls us to live out our faith in community. Our goal is to get every member of Crosspoint City connected into a group for authentic relationships, spiritual growth, and mission. This year we hired a new Discipleship Pastor to strengthen our assimilation into community, and we celebrate the involvement we have seen in groups throughout this year.
People connected in Bible Classes
People connected in Recovery & Grief Groups
Young Adults Connected in Groups
Students Connected in Groups
"As our Kids ministry has continued to grow, we celebrated some incredible Child Dedication milestones this year! We celebrated 53 children from 44 families across all three of our campuses. Thank you church for coming alongside our young families in their faith journey and helping us continue to reach those far from God."
- Tony Camp, Kids Pastor
"Our Rome campus was launched in September of 2021, and we have seen God work in some incredible ways. First of all, we had families from our Cartersville and Adairsville campuses join the Rome launch team, which speaks to the fruitfulness of our Multiply strategy. Cornerstone Church offered their campus for evening gatherings so we could launch on time, which speaks to Kingdom cooperation. Finally, we celebrated our very first baptism at the Rome campus just two months in, which speaks to God’s faithfulness as we relentlessly pursue those far from God to help them know and follow Jesus!"
- Jason Cribb, Multi-Site Pastor
This year, we relaunched Kids Camp in person. Across our Adairsville and Cartersville campuses, we saw 253 kids with 155 serve team members and raised a record $1,300 for local missions. We look forward to Kids Camp at all three of our locations in 2022!
We believe that God has placed Crosspoint City Church in our community for a greater purpose than meeting once a week. We believe His plan for our church involves us investing in our community through giving of time, energy, effort, and resources, all in the name of Jesus. This year, with your help, we were able to reach more people through our annual community engagement events than ever before.
We rally our church to participate in Bless Weekend each year to engage in various community service projects. This year, our serve team of over 300 people worked on 14 build sites, served $2,400 kids by assisting with different programs, and revitalized 2 community gardens.
Hope for Christmas is our largest single opportunity to serve the community. This year, we saw the greatest need we have ever had. We served over 1,400 kids and 502 families at 4 different sites. We had our most generous year ever, with $68,000 worth of toys sponsored or donated.
We partner with the BLESS Coalition, Steet Store, Book Mobile, and Red Door Food Pantry to serve families in Allatoona, Kingston, and Adairsville. On average, we ministered to 50 families each month, providing necessary food, home cleaning, and personal hygiene products.
Crosspoint City endeavors to take the gospel to the nations through short-term mission trips every year. With the worldwide pandemic, we were not able to send any groups out on short-term mission trips. However, we were still able to make a financial impact with our global partners.
From the coffee bar proceeds, we invested $4,000 into fully funding 100 kids in Burkina Faso to provide educational programming, food, clothing, and biblical training.
Through our partnership with LIVE 2540, we were able to purchase 1,710 LOVE t-shirts to provide over 42,000 life-saving packets of Plumpy'Nut to malnourished children in third-world countries!
We gave a total of $39,000 to our missionary partners across the globe.
Since we are called to be imitators of God (Ephesians 5:1), we believe that generous, cheerful giving is essential to following Jesus and reflecting His character and nature to others. If you gave to Crosspoint City in 2021 we are thankful for your generosity and the impact it made in the lives of people in our community and the world. We know that this year brought plenty of challenges, but our church was more generous than ever before.
This is a 12% increase
Current Total: $7,617,305
This is 78% of our commitment to this two year initiative that ends in February 2022
We have seen God move in amazing ways this year. Here is a small glimpse of the life-change happening here at Crosspoint City.
Our mission at Crosspoint City is to relentlessly pursue those far from God to help them know and follow Jesus. One of the ways we work to accomplish this mission is to multiply disciples by equipping men and women to be sent out.
School of Ministry Attendance
Next Steps Class Attendance
"Through my Crosspoint City Internship, I have learned so much about life and about the call God has placed on my life. It’s also helped me have a deeper community with godly people that have become lifelong friends. Finally, I've learned to be more vulnerable and open with others. I am so thankful for every person I have come in contact with here"
- Kaylee Stokes, Student Intern
"Crosspoint City continues to show its commitment to church multiplication in Adairsville. We have become the first call for our local government when there is a need within our community. The downtown offices we moved into this year allowed us to host our first Kids Camp and serve people at multiple city events. We are in the best position to see tremendous growth and believe God is for us and will prosper us in 2022."
- Clay Willis, Adairsville Campus Pastor
"One of the most beautiful aspects of this year has been seeing the people of God come back together in community. We saw people surrender their lives to Christ, be delivered from drug and alcohol abuse, restore their marriages, be healed from cancer, and go abroad as missionaries. We are so grateful for the ministry of 2021 and cannot wait to see what God has in store for 2022"
- Lane Vrooman, Cartersville Campus Pastor