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Located in the new Bill Gatton Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus, Crossroads Downtown Lexington serves the college community and surrounding Lexington neighborhoods.

Service Times
Sunday: 7:00pm

University of Kentucky
160 Ave of Champions
Lexington, KY 40508
Worsham Cinema, Third Floor
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Parking Options For parking, use the Gatton visitors lot or parking structure #5. View the parking map

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Come as you are

Seriously. This is a real place for real people. Regardless of what you think about God, you are welcome here. In a nutshell, you can wear jeans, or dress up if you want. The coffee is free, so grab a cup before you sit down. The music is great and you’ll hear straight up Biblical truth that you can apply to your everyday life. The rest is up to you.

Meet Jason Haubner

Jason began his ministry work as a Student Leader (being the second-oldest of twelve children gave him lots of perspective), and he began working with Middle and High School students in an official capacity when he was 19. Jason served two years as the High School Student Ministry Pastor at Crossroads Florence before moving to Lexington in the Summer of 2017 to become the Downtown Lexington Community Pastor. Jason grew up in Northern Kentucky and is die-hard UK fan. He’s been married to his wife, Michelle, for eight years, and they have two young children.

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Lead a GO Local Project

Lead a GO Local Project

GO Local is all about volunteering in our city. On May 18–19, we are blitzing our city with love and support and we need leaders for each of the projects. Find a project to lead.



Our camps are all about getting free. Free of distractions and noise. Free of timelines and daily grind. Sign up or get more info for Man Camp, Woman Camp, or Couples Camp here.

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