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GO Local: Quarantine Edition
Saturday, May 30.

The Crossroads community isn't one to sit around and do nothing. For over a decade, this team has rolled up their sleeves and served those in need through GO Local. While the projects may look a bit different this year because #quarantine, the intent hasn’t changed: BE the church. Just in a way that doesn’t compromise your health or the health of those we serve.

1. Pick a project from the list
2. GO Local on May 30!
3. Share what you did by tagging your Crossroads site and using #golocal2020

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Located just north of Eastern Kentucky University, we serve communities in the Madison County area.

Service Times
Sundays at 10am
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Address
124 South Keeneland Dr.
Richmond, KY 40475
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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 David Reichley

David is the Crossroads Richmond Community Pastor. He and his family relocated to Richmond after spending time in Florida, Alabama, and South Carolina. David and his wife Courtney are parents to Brennan, Logan, Eli, and Amelia. They also have two dogs, Gus and Pippa. He and his family are huge Steelers fans, and enjoy watching Home Makeover shows or spending time in the Richmond community.

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GO Local: May 30

GO Local: May 30

The Crossroads community isn’t one to sit around and do nothing. For over a decade, this team has rolled up their sleeves and served those in need through GO Local. While the projects may look a bit different this year because #quarantine, the intent hasn’t changed: BE the church. Just in a way that doesn’t compromise your health or the health of those we serve. SEE HOW TO DO GO LOCAL THIS YEAR.

Richmond Online Groups

Richmond Online Groups

All of our groups have moved online. Connect with other people from the Richmond Community in one of these groups.

Online Healing Groups

Online Healing Groups

A pandemic can shake up some old habits or issues to the surface. Healing is possible, even now. Join an online healing group.

Get Connected in a Weekend Follow-up Group

Get Connected in a Weekend Follow-up Group

If you’ve never been in a group before or you’ve found it hard to stay connected with how life has drastically changed, the Weekend Follow-up group is for you. Join Community Pastor, David Reichley, meet other people from the Richmond community, and get practical steps to unpack the Anchored series. Check out the group here.

Richmond Facebook page

Richmond Facebook page

Facebook is a hub for all of the things going on in our community, along with daily worship and teachings that you won’t want to miss. Follow us here.

Go Appalachia

Go Appalachia

We are still going - sign up now for the Richmond community GO Appalachia trip in July.

Online Community and Resources

Online Community and Resources

Crossroads will not be meeting physically at sites until further notice but one thing we know for sure: we’re not closing church—we’re launching Church. Connection and caring for others will look different over the next month. Click here for online community and resources to BE the Church.

Community Care Requests

Prayer requests, listening appointments, hospital visits, or questions about weddings or funerals– we're here to help.

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For Kids & Students

Your kids will love 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.

Learn more about Kids' Club

Kids’ Club is available during all service times.

Student Ministry

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 Ministry Hours MSM is currently not meeting

High School Ministry Hours HS is currently not meeting

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