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What To Expect
  • Each service to last roughly one hour.
  • Thought-provoking and engaging sermons based on the Bible.
  • Video teaching from Senior Pastor Jerry Harris or Executive Pastor Clayton Hentzel.
  • High-energy contemporary worship music.
  • Public statements of faith through baptism.
  • Fun teaching for your kids.
Find your personal next step
  • A place to belong. Life Groups are the people you can grow, laugh, and serve with. We have groups for men, women, couples, students, and more!
  • A chance to make a difference. God created you with gifts and skills that you can use to change lives in your community and the world. Difference Makers are the heart of our weekend ministry. Connect with us to get started.
  • A way to grow. We want to equip you with the tools to develop as a fully devoted follower of Christ. As an individual, family, or part of a Life Group, you can find resources here.

The Crossing is One Church in Multiple Locations around Illinois, Missouri, and Iowa.


How do I find or contact a campus?

For campus-specific contact information, click here.

Where do I go?

When you pull onto the campus, our amazing parking team will direct you from there. As you move towards the building, friendly greeters will be at the doors and Guest Services to meet you and show you towards the auditorium or kids area. If you need anything during your visit, find anyone in a red Welcome t-shirt. They would love to help!

What does a service look like?

Our services are casual… come as you are! Our worship experiences are designed to last between 60 and 65 minutes, include contemporary worship, lights, and video elements. Messages from Pastors Jerry and Clayton are streamed live from our broadcast location, Quincy 48th Street.

If you are new, stop by Guest Services and introduce yourself! We’ll also have a gift for you!

What if I come from a different faith background?

People who attend The Crossing come from a wide variety of faith backgrounds – Catholic, Lutheran, Baptist, Methodist, Assembly of God, etc. Together, we focus on biblical truth and teachings, and pursuing an active relationship with Jesus Christ. You don’t have to be a member of a specific religious denomination to do that.

Do I have to dress up?

At The Crossing you’ll see lots of people in jeans and khakis and not so many in suits and dresses. You’re welcome to dress casually, and come as you are.

Is there something for the kids?

The Crossing has engaging programs for youth from birth through 12th grade. While parents are peacefully enjoing the services, kids can have fun and learn about God at their level. For Nursery locations, stop by our Guest Services before service.

Where can I learn more about The Crossing?

Be sure to visit our Welcome Center and talk to one of the people behind the counter to get answers your questions, as well as printed resources on the ministries and events at our church. Visit the rest of our website or contact our multisite office for even more information.

How do I get involved?

Attending services is a good start, but we hope you’ll move beyond being just part of the Sunday morning crowd. You can further your faith, meet people, and learn more about life as a Christ-follower by joining a Life Group and serving in the church as a Difference Maker in an area in which you’re interested and gifted.

We’d love to meet you!

Be sure to stop by our Connections Booth and introduce yourself or visit with the campus pastor.
We also have a small gift to thank you for joining us.