On Bowles Avenue, right off Interstate 44, you'll find The Crossing at Fenton. Join us on any given weekend and you'll find some pretty awesome live worship and streamed video teaching from our Chesterfield campus.
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The Crossing at Fenton opened in 2009, as the first multi-site campus for The Crossing. The goal: to create a church where people in cities like Fenton and Sunset Hills, Ballwin and Kirkwood could gather together, both followers of Jesus and skeptics, to study Scripture and ask tough questions.
When you stop in, make your way to our Connection Point, our welcome desk in the lobby and introduce yourself before or after the service. We can't wait to meet you.
After the service our pastors, including Campus Pastor, Ron Sweet, can be found in front of the room, in what we call "the bullpen." If you have questions, need prayer, or you just want to say hi, we hope you'll stop by. We can't wait to meet you.
When you join us in person at The Crossing at Fenton on any given weekend, you’ll find a bunch of friendly faces, a family-like environment, and a church service we think you’ll enjoy.
Our live-streamed services run about 70 minutes and consist of worship and teaching from one of our pastors. All of this is based in Scripture. We believe that the story of Jesus is both tangible and personal, and our services reflect that.
We’ve made a couple of changes to our in-person services in order to create a safe environment for you to worship. For starters, we’re taking reservations in KidsCrossing (5th graders and younger) and limiting our attendance to leave plenty of room for social distancing. We are also requiring all attendees age 6 and older to wear masks. While we understand that this type of church experience may look a little different, we still believe it will be a meaningful and holy experience. Find more on the measures we’re taking:
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