New Here?Find Your Way

Here are several ways to get plugged in:


Connection Table

Every Sunday morning you are welcome to talk to us at our Connection table. You'll find the team ready for conversation beside the book table in the coffee area. Our hope is that you will feel at home and we'd like to informally introduce you to our community with coffee, tea and a chat.


Newcomers Welcome Reception

From time to time we host a Newcomers Welcome Reception. You are invited to come and enjoy our hospitality and have an informal chat with some of our staff, elders and other newcomers. 


Ready to go deeper?

If you've been attending Crossroads for some time, but feel like you want to be more involved or learn more about the inner workings of our church and community, we invite you to dig a little deeper by maybe joining some of the following events:

Orientation Dessert

If you are interested in exploring the possibilities of becoming a partner, you are warmly invited to our regular 'Orientation Desserts'. Here we will share what Crossroads is all about, more about our vision and our values, all while enjoying some delicious desserts, provided by community members! If you are interested in partnership, we will invite you for a personal follow up with one of our elders or pastoral staff. We would love to get to know you a bit better and want to give the opportunity to further discuss any questions you may have.
To sign up, send a email our office.



Alpha  Course

Alpha is for anyone and people attend from all backgrounds, religions, and viewpoints. They come to investigate questions about the existence of God, the purpose of life, the afterlife, the claims of Jesus and more. Some people want to get beyond religion and find a relationship with God that really changes life. Others come for the close, long-lasting friendships that are built during the Alpha course.

The course will be in English, but the videos have Dutch subtitles and during interaction time the groups are sometimes split into Dutch & English language groups (depending on the group size)
More info