Join others in the Twin Cities at the Love Somalia MobilePack event at the St. Paul RiverCentre. The goal is to help pack 6 million meals to feed Somalia, a country on the brink of famine. Crosstown has 35 spots reserved for Friday, June 2 at 5-7:15pm (#1151718) and Saturday, June 3 at 12-2:15pm (#1151719). Adults students, and children ages 5 and up welcome. To sign up, visit www.lovesomalia.org and enter the join code # listed above. Questions? Contact Pastor John Jacobi.
Sunday Adult Options at 11am
This class brings High School and adults of all ages together to further spiritual knowledge and practical application of God’s Word. Recent topics have included a study of James, looking deeper into Advent hymns, missionary reports and more.
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This is facilitated discussion group of the 9:15 Sunday service. It’s a time to process, digest, argue and dig deeper. All ages and opinions are welcome.
Community Meal: 5:45pm
All-Church Night is designed to be an evening when we come together as a community to share a meal and engage in discussions that explore our spiritual journeys, or educate ourselves on how to live more intentionally into what God has called us to. Even if you’ve never been to Crosstown on Sunday morning, we encourage you to come spend some time with us on Wednesday night. Enjoy a free community meal together at 5:45pm and then separate for education that fits you. Classes start at 6:30.
Our All-Church Night topics for adults have included some of the following: Alpha–a video followed by a discussion of life’s big questions. Financial Peace University–a class to show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, and spend and save more wisely. The Stranger–a video and discussion about immigration relations. Wesley Hill’s book Washed & Waiting— a conversation about same sex attraction and the church’s response.
What does Crosstown believe? Are you new to Crosstown? Would you like to learn more about what is important to this congregation? The CORE class with answer these questions. This class is offered annually during the 11:00 Sunday school hour. After the class is completed you with have the opportunity to become a member of Crosstown Covenant. Learn more about Crosstown’s Core Values.
Small groups provide the opportunity to develop deeper connections in comfortable settings to produce accountability, spiritual growth and long lasting friendships. Most groups are formed in October and meet twice a month. Many are open for newcomers at any time. Groups generally last for two years and then reorganize to form new groups. To learn more about current groups, contact Pastor Kyliah Clark Villa.
“It hurts to lose someone. Find help at GriefShare. GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.” GriefShare is led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. The group is open to people of any age. Click here for more information and schedule.
To learn more about events for retired adults, click here.