What Should I Expect?
This Sunday will be my first time at The Crossing, what do I need to know?
Our desire is that you would have a great experience when you arrive to our campus here at The Crossing. We have put a few questions together that you may have about us so you can know where to go and what environments we have before you get to the campus.
What time are your Services and how do I get to The Crossing?
We have services every Sunday at two locations in Las Vegas. You can find out more details about our services as well as get directions HERE.
What is the service like?
You can watch and experience one of our full services before you even come. Click here to watch some of our most recent services.
Is there something for my Kids?
We have children’s programs through our Kids Crossing ministries for ages Birth – 5 years old in our Kids Crossing Early Childhood environment and for Kindergarten – 5th Grade in our Kids Crossing Elementary environment. Our Students (6th – 12th Grade) meet on Wednesday nights on the Windmill Campus at The Crossing. We encourage them to attend service with their families on Sundays.
How early should I arrive?
If you are checking kids into the service, you should arrive about 15 minutes early to make sure you have adequate time to check them in and and get to service. You can even pick up a complimentary cup of coffee in the Reach Café before the service.
How long will the service be?
Our service normally lasts 65 minutes and we will have worship, a message as well as creative elements that are tailored to what we are talking about that day.
How should I dress?
One of our values is that you can Come as You Are. You will see people dressed in shorts, t-shirt and flip-flops or others that are more dressy. Dress however you would like. Casual attire is most common at The Crossing.
Do you have an area for first-time guests?
Our Welcome Table in the main auditorium lobby is made just for you. Our team is equipped to help you know more about The Crossing as well as help you to get where you need to go.