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If it’s worth living for, it’s worth dying for.

Seven applications of biblical truth, expressed through our own personality.

7 Hills We Die On


Kids beg to come back.

During services, kids have
way more fun in Kids’ Club
with friends and our

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Crossroads Mason

Grand Opening scheduled for Jan 11


Please reference the 2014 Year-End Schedule through the end of the year. 


Mason Schedule thru 2014

Dec 21: 9:15am and 11am services at the brand-new Mason location (990 Reading Rd)

Dec 24: Christmas Eve services at 3pm and 5pm at 990 Reading Rd. No childcare, but it’s a family-friendly service.

Dec 25 to Jan 1: Offices closed

Dec 27-28: No weekend services

Jan 3-4: Resume weekend services

Jan 11: Grand Opening weekend! 9:15am and 11am services at the brand-new Mason location  (990 Reading Rd.)


Last Wednesday (LW): 7pm on the last Wednesday of each month. Note–LW will not be taking place in November or December and will pick back up in January. 


Kids’ Club, birth–5th grade, and Middle School (6th, 7th & 8th grades) is offered during all weekend services. Teens 9th-12th grade attend services with their family and can get together in a High School small group every Sunday night, 7-8:15pm. 



Crossroads Mason

990 Reading Road

Mason, OH 45040



A group of Crossroads folks who live in the Mason and West Chester areas decided they wanted a place to invite their friends who’d given up on church, but not on God. And they didn’t want to ask their neighbors to drive 30+ minutes each way to check it out. Voila: Crossroads Mason. It’s a place to experience truths from the Bible in a practical and relevant way, to ask questions, and to connect with others.


Services in Mason take place on Sunday, showing the message from Oakley from the night before (via technology on some very large screens). Everything else is live—Kids’ Club, First Impressions, the music and, of course, the coffee. Crossroads Mason also has its own campus leader available to connect with people each weekend.