Approaching Kansas City from the West (on I-70): I-70 East, exit to I-435 South. 2 miles past East end turnpike toll plaza.
On I-435 South, exit Shawnee Mission Parkway (Exits 6A-B)
Bear left, exit Shawnee Mission Parkway East (Exit 6A)
East on SM Pkwy, exit to Lackman Road, turn right (south)
Church is 1/8th of a mile on the West (right) side of the street
Approaching Kansas City from the North (on I-35 South / I-635 South):
If on I-635 South, Exit to I-35 South
On I-35 South, exit to Shawnee Mission Parkway WEST
West on Shawnee Mission Pkwy 4 miles, exit to Lackman Road.
At Lackman road, turn left (south), 2 blocks. Church is on the West (right) side of the Street.
Approaching Kansas City from South (on I-35) or Southwest (on K-10): If on I-35 North, exit to I-435 West / North.
If on K-10, exit to 1-435 North
On I-435 North, exit Shawnee Mission Parkway East.
East on SM Pkwy, exit to Lackman Road, turn right (south) On Lackman Road, 2 blocks:6824 Lackman Road. Church is 1/8th a mile on the West (right) side of the street.
Come and join us for a night of Worship & Healing as we proclaim His power! The Healing Team will be here to pray for people! We want to see people get healed, delivered & encounter Jesus! Join us as we sing praises to Him!
The crown is the universal symbol of power and sovereignty. For thousands of years, people have crowned kings and queens to rule over them. A spiritual crown is given to each of us – representing power and sovereignty in our lives.
Some choose to crown themselves or give that power away. Others choose to rule their own lives, while still others give their crown away to addictions and other destructive behaviors. It’s the few and the free who relinquish their crown to the Coming King.
This month, we will explore what it means to crown this coming King, Jesus.
Most people have never read the entire New Testament. For many it’s too hard to understand, it’s too long and we simply don’t have enough time. Over the next 40 days, you will read twelve pages a day and once again discover the amazing story of Jesus Christ. As you immerse yourself in the New Testament you’ll be amazed at the miracles, the truth, and transformation Jesus brings.
21 Days of Ask, Listen & Worship is a time where we seek to know the Lord better in every way imaginable. While we meet with Him face to face each day we will experience the overflow of His presence. For almost two decades we have set aside each January to faithfully seek God as we ask, listen and worship. It is through these spiritual disciplines that we trust in His power alone to create lasting impact in our lives, our church, and our world.
Come experience the overflow of God’s presence in your life as we ask, listen & worship!
“Let your roots grow down into Him, and let your lives be built on Him. Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with thankfulness.” Colossians 2:7
Life is not meant to be lived alone. You were created to experience life with other people, and that’s why at Cross Points Church, we encourage you to get connected to a Grow Group.
Grow Groups are made up of people who meet on a regular basis for the purpose of connecting relationally with one another, growing spiritually through prayer, encouragement, and biblical application, and serving together. In short, Grow Groups encourage all members to connect, commit, and create.
Groups come in all shapes and sizes — married couples, singles, men, women, kids, no kids- the list goes on. No matter where you are in life, there’s a group for you.
2,000 years ago, God did the unexpected by sending His Son in a most unconventional way. The upside down nature of His coming surprised the world.
By the 12th Century, those in Europe hung Fir trees upside down from ceilings in order to symbolize the Trinity. In fact, upside down Christmas Trees were also considered to be the symbol of Christianity. Eventually, these trees were turned “right side” up in order to point the trees toward heaven.
This season experience the wonder, encounter the unexpected and rediscover the story of Christmas.
Join us this December as we see everything turned upside down!
As a church, we are celebrating 50 years of missions. Fifty years dedicated to sending people to reach the end of the earth for God’s glory and embedded into the DNA of Cross Points Church. A glimpse of our Sanctuary, with the flags of the nations we have sent to and visited, reflects that identity.
The week of missions is a celebration of those 50 years; what God has done, what He is doing, and what He will do around the world. The great news about the God we serve, is
He uses us as a part of His plan, and He can use us as well. That is worth celebrating.
Welcome to our annual Missions Conference. Our theme this year is ‘iCan’ Cross Points Church holds a Missions Conference every year in November to shine light on the missionaries and their efforts at reaching the world. This year is Cross Points 50th anniversary and we are carrying that all the way through to our Conference.
Without a doubt, God has blessed our church and in turn, we have been a blessing to the nations. In the past 19 years, our church has invested millions of dollars into the lives of people and churches from Australia to Zimbabwe.
May our heart-cry at Cross Points Church be, “that Your ways may be known on the earth, Your salvation among all nations.” (Psalm 67:2)
There are many opportunities throughout the week to meet with and talk to our missionaries. Click the links below for more details.
Cross Points Church currently has 27 missionaries around the world. God is working so diligently, but sometimes we don’t always get the opportunity to see and hear about it.
We know the value of seeing a faithful God move, and we want to share more of that with you. Starting in September, we will be sending a monthly mission’s newsletter updating you on some of our missionaries, sharing prayer requests, connecting you with around the world current events, adding notes from our mission’s pastor and committee, and giving information about upcoming events.
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Applications are now being accepted for 2016 Mexico Outreach