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Crossroads Mason


Check out special service times for Easter here.  


Service Times | SUN 8:15, 9:45 & 11:30am 

990 Reading Road

Mason, OH 45040

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Last Wednesday (LW), a time of worship through music, prayer and communion, meets on the last Wednesday of each month at 7pm in Mason. Childcare is available. Note–LW will pick back up in May.


Kids’ Club, birth–5th grade offered during all weekend services.

Middle School (6th, 7th & 8th grades) offered the last two services on Sunday.

High School, teens 9th-12th grade attend services with their family and can get together in a High School small group every Sunday night, 7-8:30pm. 


990 Open 

In addition to weekend services, Crossroads’ facility in Mason is open six day a week (Mon-Thurs, 7am-9pm, Friday & Saturday 7am-5pm). Free coffee, free Wi-Fi and plenty of couches. Come for a meeting, just to hang out with friends, or even for a quiet place to read or pray. 




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.