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Crosspoint Groups exist to help adults know and follow Jesus together.
We need each other.
God designed everyone of us for relationship and calls us to live out our faith in community. As the church, we are the family of God and we have an obligation to one another as brothers and sisters in Christ. We need each other to grow in Christ-likeness and to live out the mission God has given us to make disciples of all nations. The way we see this lived out in our church is through groups. Groups are where we find authentic community, experience life transformation, and live out the Great Commission.
During this time of social distancing, we know that we need each other now more than ever. In an effort to help our church stay connected and continue to live out the one-another's together, we want to help equip you with the right resources you need to be in community during this time.
If you have any questions or need any assistance, please contact us at
To learn more about groups at Crosspoint and to join a group, check out our online Group Connect which you can access at the link below.
If you are already in a group, we want to help equip you with some helpful resources to stay connected during this time, and to help you stay in community and grow in your faith as a disciple of Jesus.
Phase One: Leading a Group Online
As we are transitioning into a time when meeting face-to-face is limited in our community, we wanted to ensure that we help equip our church to not neglect one of the most crucial convictions we have as a church: we need each other. During a time of social-distancing, we have created this resource to help you transition your group online during Phase One.
As our church transitions to Phase Two, we wanted to create this guide both to inform our small groups of our plan and to equip them for gathering again. We know these are very uncertain times, and our hope is that this guide will help our groups discern how to plan for gathering again when they feel that it is safe to do so.