Located near the Cherry Blossom neighborhoods of Georgetown, KY, Crossroads Georgetown serves folks from the communities in the surrounding Scott and Harrison County area.
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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.
Griff is the Crossroads Georgetown Community Pastor and brings with him over 28 years of ministry experience. His career ranges from his early years in children’s and student ministry to Senior Pastor at a Cincinnati-based church as well as leading various ministry teams for Crossroads Andover in Lexington, KY. Griff loves being with people and building relationships. He is also a self-proclaimed craft beer snob and Star Wars/Lord of the Rings nerd. He’s been married to his wife, Kristan, for 27 years and has two grown children. They enjoy the outdoors and doing home projects together.
In a couple weeks, we’re starting a new series called Empires and we want you to get the most out of it. Join or host a group to unpack the weekend together. Find out more here.
God calls us to serve others. You can serve inside a Crossroads site, on our city streets, or in another country. Bottom line, we need you. Sign up.
September 22 at 5pm-23 at 12:15pm
Free Food. Games. Campfire. Tons of Fun. Bring your sleeping bag and some friends to a campout for middle and high school students at Crossroads Georgetown.
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September 2 — 23, Sundays at 11:30am
Give Crossroads a try just a block from campus during the month of September at Slainte Public House. Live music, free coffee, and biblical truths that apply to our everyday lives.
Community is vital to our spiritual growth and health. Onsite groups are a place where you can meet other people in a similar life stage that are looking to learn about a similar topic. Find onsite groups here.
God calls us to serve others. You can serve inside a Crossroads site, on our city streets, or in another country. Bottom line, we need you.
Doing life alone is no fun. In fact, people are made to be with people. You have a lot of interests so it’s a good thing there are a lot of groups for you to check out.
Your generosity fuels the life change we experience around here. One way to show gratitude for what God is doing in our life is to give back to Him.
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