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Meets at Crossroads Lexington


Griff Ray

Georgetown Community Pastor

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Through community, we grow more than we ever could on our own. We all have different schedules, needs, interests, and personalities. But the Bible makes this clear; humans are made to be in relationships. Whether you’re simply looking to connect with others in a similar life stage, seeking spiritual growth, or deep healing in an area of your life, we have options for you.

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We Laugh

WE LAUGH as often as possible. The world wants to beat us down and leave us helpless—laughter is our way of saying NO to despair and YES to joy. We don’t take ourselves too seriously. We believe God has a sense of humor and that farts are funny.

Community pastor

Griff Ray

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.



Crossroads Georgetown

Crossroads Georgetown serves folks from the communities in the surrounding Scott and Harrison County area.

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WHat to expect

Expect to be challenged. Expect to disagree with some things. Expect to hear a lot about a God who loves you and pursues you. Expect unfiltered conversations & Biblical truth. Expect opportunities to make a difference & make real friends. (And free coffee. Unless you're joining elsewhere — then the coffee is up to you)

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Kids' Club

A fun learning environment designed especially for kids (birth through fifth grade). It’s free, totally secure, and don't worry-we'll let you know if your child needs you at any point during the service.


Crossroads Students

Middle School (grades 6-8) and High School (grades 9-12) students have a place to call their own. Students are challenged and encouraged through relevant teaching and fun events. Opportunities are provided for them to grow as they connect with God and with each other.

Middle School Hours:
Sundays: 11am (During Service at Lexington)

High School Hours:
Sundays: 6:00-7:30pm (Student Section at Lexington)

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Daniel McGee
CS Leader


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