CrossWork Christian Center is a place of worship, learning, and fellowship for today’s Christian. Come meet us in a contemporary setting where you can praise God, grow spiritually in the Word, and be empowered to help build His kingdom.
Worship Service (ONLINE)
Sunday @ 10 am
A Quarter with Christ 2.0 - A Bible Study Podcast
This new Bible Study podcast is for the believer on the go. Bible Study may be on summer break, but don’t let that cramp your study habits. Take a 15-minute break and join Pastor John McCormick for A Quarter with Christ 2.0, a 15-minute Bible Study podcast designed for you!
Try it Again
One of life’s challenges is overcoming failure. If given the opportunity to try again, should we do it or move on? Please join us to explore this and other life issues.
I Am CrossWork
Meet Jenn Minor
People are the true church. Allow us to introduce ourselves. Meet Jenn Minor.
I Am CrossWork
Meet the Johnsons
People are the true church. Allow us to introduce ourselves. Meet The Johnson Family.
10th Year Anniversary
On December 6, 2009, CrossWork Christian Center held its inaugural worship service in Round Rock, Texas. Pastor John McCormick recalls the church’s beginning and its journey since in this video marking its 10th anniversary on December 6, 2019.
Online Forum: "Why Did You Leave Me on "Read"? Understanding Youth and the Social Media Culture"
CrossWork Christian Center Presents its first in a series of summer forums, “Why did you leave me on “READ”? Understanding Youth and the Social Media Culture.” Ever wonder about the fascination young people have with Snapchat, Instagram or TicTok? Are your child’s social media habits causing you grief? Parents and all who are curious are invited to listen to a presentation by and a conversation with Dr. S. Craig Watkins (@scraigwatkins), Ernest S. Sharpe Centennial Professor at the University of Texas at Austin (https://journalism.utexas.edu/faculty…). Dr. Watkins will help us understand youth and their deep immersion into social media and why it can be beneficial. Originally aired July 15, 2020, via Facebook Live. (c) 2020 CrossWork Christian Center.