Because God dwells in and among his people, the church, for the Christian all ground is holy and every day is a day of worship. Yet Sundays are the pinnacle of our weekly worship. As the Christian church has done since the first century, Crossway Fellowship gathers to worship today, the first day of the week, in honor of Christ's resurrection. Join us at Sundays for the reading and expository preaching of Scripture, prayer, singing, and taking communion.
What to Expect When You Visit
Our Sunday service starts at 10am but most people arrive 10-15 minutes early to get a cup of coffee and check their kids into Kids Church (we have a lot of kids in our church!). The dress is typical Seattle, so don’t worry about dressing up unless you feel so inclined.
Our corporate worship begins with a couple of songs, followed by a sermon that is about 60 minutes long. Sermons are expository and exegetical as we go through books of the Bible and discuss God's transforming Word in application to our lives today. If you would like to hear a sermon you can visit this page.
After the sermon, we worship and take communion together. If you're curious what the music is like, visit Sounds of Crossway.
Children from preschool age through 5th grade begin the morning in age-appropriate classes to learn about God in the Bible and then join the main worship gathering to participate in song and communion.
Parents with infants to 3-year-olds are welcome to leave their little ones in our nursery. Our caregivers are especially committed to their well-being. There is also a "cry-room" available if you would prefer to be with your infant while listening to the sermon.
While Crossway Fellowship is meeting in person, we are still taking precautions in order to love our vulnerable members and respect our governing authorities out of our respect for God's authority (Romans 13:1-2). These precautions include:
- Masks being worn per government proclamation.
- Individually packaged communion elements.
- A section of the auditorium has been marked off for social distancing.
- The church is sanitized after each service.
Please feel free to Contact Us if you have any questions!
Last Updated 10/23/2021.