So let each one give as he purposes in his heart, not grudgingly or of necessity; for God loves a cheerful giver.

2 Corinthians 9:7

Give Now


Thank you for your generosity and your faithfulness as we work together to fulfill the call of God as a church community. It wouldn’t be possible without you! Our commitment is to prayerfully and carefully steward the resources at Crossroads church with integrity and transparency, both in ministry to those who call Crossroads home as well as those in our local community and around the world.

Ways to Give


Make your giving go further by setting up a recurring Bill Pay account for Crossroads. You can do this online at your bank or other financial institution. This avoids credit card fees while offering the convenience of easy monthly giving.

Give Online

Giving online is safe, secure, and simple. Take a moment to fill out the online form, the amount you’d like to give, and we’ll handle the rest. It’s safe, secure, and takes all the legwork out of the process.

Give in Person

Offering envelopes are available for this aspect of our worship during services. Place your gift in the envelope and fill out the information to help our financial team properly direct and steward your gift.


It is the desire of the Pastoral Team and Financial Board to manage the financial resources at Crossroads Church in a manner that is honorable both “before the Lord” and “everyone else” (1 Corinthians 8:21). With sincere gratitude we receive God’s provision through those who contribute to this ministry and with prayerful consideration attempt to utilize these funds to pursue the vision He has given to us.

An independent review of the church’s financial statements for the fiscal year has been completed by Propp, Christensen, Caniglia, LLP, CPA and is available for review with a member of our pastoral team.

In addition, a financial board consisting of Andrew West, Lucas Patton, Lucas Mijares, Michael Storz, Hank Mauel, and Larry Harley exists to provide accountability and safety to the financial processes at the church and meets consistently to review and discuss these topics.