Located northeast of Cincinnati, we serve communities such as Mason, West Chester, Liberty Township, Deerfield Township, Loveland, Lebanon, Maineville, Landen, Sycamore, Fairfield, Hamilton, and surrounding communities. We met in a middle school for six years before taking up residence in the former home of International Paper Company in 2015. The original train loading crane is still housed in our atrium. Check us out.
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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.
Tim is the Mason Community Pastor. Prior to this role, he spent ten years leading ReachOut at Crossroads where he started our international and domestic GO trips and CityLink Center, as well as a two year stint leading Crossroads’ overall ministries. He also serves on the Board of OneCity Against Heroin, a non-profit founded by Crossroads Mason to combat the heroin epidemic. Tim has a passion for traveling, Buckeye football, people, and most anything related to ice cream. He lives in Mason with Mary, his beautiful wife of 20 years, and their four kids: Hannah, Leah, Jeremiah and Noah.
Our building is open to the public six days a week. Enjoy 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.
Hours: Mon-Thur 7am-9pm Friday 7am-5pm Saturday 11am-7pm
You Are Able – New Album from Crossroads Music
Back in September we hosted a few epic Worship Concert nights at our Oakley campus and recorded it all live. And we’re ready to share it with the world. Find the new album on all major music streaming platforms or watch videos from the live concert here.
Mondays at 7pm in the Student Section
Onsite Chaser Groups are the easiest ways to meet new people and make this place feel smaller. All you need to do is watch the weekend message, then show up!
God calls us to serve others. You can volunteer 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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