Crossroads Christian Church
|This article is missing information about relevant history, from a book, "Great and Mighty Things" by the senior pastor. (October 2013)|
|Crossroads Christian Church|
|Senior pastor(s)||Chuck Booher|
Crossroads Christian Church was founded in 1892 by nine members in Corona, California. Led by Reverend Wright and Sister Iola, the church opened as "First Christian Church of South Riverside." In 1932, the church changed its name "1st Christian Church, Corona"; at the time, it had 100 members. The current name was put in place in 1980.
Chuck Booher is currently the senior pastor. Crossroads Christian Church is a megachurch with a congregation of more than 8,000 congregants. Crossroads Christian Church has been cited by the Christian media as being in the top five of all US churches for having the most baptisms in one year and the largest Easter Service attendance.
In 2003, Crossroads opened its first full service cafe called Third Place Cafe. In 2005, a 3,000-seat worship center and chapel was opened. To celebrate the opening of the worship center several concerts were presented featuring artists such as Olivia Newton-John, SHeDAISY, Delirious?, Jeremy Camp, Michael W. Smith, Lonestar, Casting Crowns, Phil Vassar and Third Day.
Crossroads Christian Church is situated on a 38 acres (150,000 m2) campus. The church has different ministries available to attendees as well as online audio and video sermons, photos from events, disabilities, men's & women's bible studies, singles, youth, seniors, as well as a separate Spanish language ministry. One ministry, called MOM2MOM, is designed for mothers with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. It also offers an online Facebook campus in which people can participate in the Sunday sermons. The church also offers "Generate Life" services specifically targeted to the 18-35 age group.
Third Place Cafe
Third Place Cafe is a full service cafe located on the Crossroads Christian Church campus.
- "Contact us". Crossroads Christian Church Corona, CA. Retrieved 2009-04-12.
- "Crossroads Christian Church Timeline". Retrieved 2009-04-12.
- "MegaChurch Number Crunching" (PDF). Retrieved 2009-04-12.[dead link]
- "Crossroads Concerts at Corona's Newest Concert Venue". FindArticles. 2005. Retrieved 2009-04-12.
- "MOM2MOM". Crossroads Christian Church. Retrieved 2009-04-12.
- Official website
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Crossroads Christian Church