Celebrate Easter at The Crossing
The Crossing Church is for people who want a safe place to grow and improve their lives. If you are looking for a way to explore faith and have community for your whole family, The Crossing Church is the place for you and Easter is the best time to check us out.
If you already attend The Crossing, this is the time to invite your family and friends to come with you! Use the quick links above or scroll down for invitation tools.
SUPER EGG HUNT
Activities: Egg hunts, photo with the Easter bunny, bounce houses, scavenger hunt, crafts, tacos for sale, petting zoo, cookie decoration, flamingo golf and Alice & Mad Hatter Tea party. Plus, if you get hungry there will be tacos for sale too.
March 16th @10a - 12p
2115 Newport Blvd Costa Mesa, Ca 92627
Please register and share the Eventbrite event page with a few friends!
Saturday, March 30th at 5p Sunday, March 31st 8:30a, 10a, 11:30a
Spanish Service at 11:30a on March 31
“I can’t explain it. You know how you go to a family party and everyone is happy to see you? That’s what it was like the first time I came to The Crossing. It was like they were all happy to see me.”
“I’ve never felt welcome at a church before. People just accepted me here.”
"I can't imagine my life without my Crossing family in it. I always tell my friends and family that it's not too churchy, and they accept and welcome everyone!”
"I came across The Crossing and I just knew, this was home. And now I have this relationship with God that was everything I needed. Come to The Crossing! It could change your whole life like it did for me."
Friday, March 29th at 5p & 7p
Spanish service at 7p
StandUp For Kids is committed to providing healthy food to those we serve throughout the year. Food from The Crossing's food drive will be used to provide groceries to young adults ages 18-24 who are moving from the streets, from living in their car, or being doubled up into a room rental or an apartment for the first time. Many of these young people are college students and are both housing and food insecure, meaning they're sleeping in cars and don't have the proper food to eat.