“We are all parts of one body in Christ, and each of us has different work to do. And since we are all one body in Christ, we belong to each other, and each of us needs all the others.”
“’Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ This is the first and the greatest commandment. A second is equally important:
‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All other commandments and all the demands of the prophets are based on these two commandments.”
We cannot fulfill our mission alone as individuals. We are a church because God wants us to be and do something together. With our unified diversity, we weave a biblically functioning community that exists for the purpose of being an agent of God’s Kingdom.
Although we do have attendees and visitors for whom CrossWalk is a safe place to walk in their spiritual journey and seek God, it is members who form the core of CrossWalk. We are not just an organization, but a spiritual family in which members belong to each other and actively participate in community life. Our mission is to be a learning church that grows in love that is sacrificial, thoughtful, effective, and persistent.
If you resonate with these goals and want to be an integral part of this adventure, become a member. God has made you to belong to a community where you can make an impact with your ideas, your gifts, your energy, and even your vote, as you share with others the ways you understand and live with God.
Responsibilities of Membership:
- Meeting as a spiritual body of Christ on Sabbath and in gatherings such as Outreach Opportunities, Prayer Meetings, and MidWeek, where we come spiritually prepared to learn, contribute, receive inspiration, and seek to serve more than to be served.
- Actively participating in the life of our community during the week through investing our time, talents, and treasure, and through being responsive to the leadership that serves our spiritual family.
- Walking on the path of discipleship by pursuing a lifestyle that is pure, loving, and courageous through the building of and belonging to a smaller group of believers that serves our church, a neighborhood, or a worldwide mission.
- Sharing our faith with others through developing spiritual friendships with people in our families, our workplaces, and our local communities.