How it all started...

Crossover Church was sown into the hearts of 30 people who met for the first time in a living room in 1996. Then, the seeds of this purpose sprouted into a small body that moved to the Five-Mile Grange Hall and before being gifted a small church building on the corner of Highway 395 and Hastings Road in the Wandermere area of North Spokane. Quickly outgrowing those spaces led to a few more years meeting in local schools, until the vibrant body of Crossover broke ground and built the campus where you’ll find us today, parallel to Highway 2 on the frontage road just north of Day-Mt. Spokane

The meaning behind our name...

The name “Crossover” comes from Joshua 3:17 that tells about how the Israelites “crossed over” from their life in the wilderness through the Jordan River and into their long awaited land of promise. It took faith and courage to leave behind their life in the wilderness in order to enter the blessed unknown of all that God had for them on the other side of the river.  When we use the name Crossover, it serves to remind us, this new generation of “Crossover” people, that we too are called and challenged to be people who leave behind the people we have been to become the people the Lord wants us to be – for His Glory. To put it simply, to be Crossover people means we want to be people who love to Grow Stronger Together.

Where we are...

God’s mission is to reconcile people to Himself through faith in Jesus and mobilize His church to reach people with the Gospel and make disciples who follow Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit. Since that is God's mission, it is Crossover's mission!
We accomplish this mission in two ways. Through engaging in The Journey as well as living out our core values.

We're looking forward to meeting you!