2021 was filled with new opportunities and challenges that we weren’t expecting. We began the year ready for a fresh start and it took a little longer than we hoped, but because of the way you give and serve, we were able to continue doing ministry virtually and in-person. We found creative ways to invite people from all walks of life to explore God’s truth, experience His grace and express His love boldly to a watching world.
Because of you, people from all over the world were able to join us for our worship services and experience grace personally.
We are so grateful for the way you generously served both inside and outside the walls of The Crossing. The Kingdom of God advances when we express love boldly.
The ministries of The Crossing would not be possible without our incredible volunteers.
The offering we collect during our Christmas Eve services goes beyond our walls and is used for the work of Living Water International. The money you gave during our services and throughout 2021 supports clean water wells, education, hygiene and sanitation classes, pastoral training and so much more.
Through groups and classes, we got to be a safe place for people to bring their questions and wrestle with their doubts. We did this together by asking tough questions and digging into God’s word, giving us the chance to explore truth humbly.
As 2021 has come to a close, I am reminded of God’s faithfulness and goodness, as evidenced in all He has done through the ministries of The Crossing over the last year. As one church with many locations, we can hardly keep up with the ways God continues to advance His Kingdom and the numerous ways to connect with Him and with each other, both locally and globally. May we continue to dream, worship, serve, and trust God with our time, talent, and treasures, as He draws us deeper into the story.
I am so grateful to be on this journey with each of you and look forward to all that God has in store for us in 2022.