Welcome to Crossroads Community Church located in historic downtown Chickasha. We are located on the corner of 5th St. and Chickasha Ave across the street from the old Washita Movie Theater. We would love to have you visit us. Here are a few things you can expect...

  1. How long is the service? Glad you asked. We respect that everyone has a busy schedule and time is precious. Our Sunday School gatherings start at 9:45 am and our main service starts at 10:45 am. We are usually concluded by noon, give or take 5 to 10 minutes.
  2. What about kids? Another great question. Here at CCC we love to get our kids active in growing their biblical literacy from a young age. We invite the kids age 4 through those who are in the 6th grade to join us in the sanctuary for the first part of our service. About halfway through the service our pastor will have a children's sermon he gives from the stage. At the conclusion of this short message the kids will be dismissed to our Kidz Town service where they will engage in fun Bible related activities and lessons. They will conclude at the same time as the main service. Of course your kiddos are always welcome to stay with you in the main service as well. The last Sunday of the month there is no Kidz Town and everyone stays in the sanctuary.
  3. What's the service like? You are on fire with great questions. We value God's Word and the mission of our church, in addition to sharing the gospel is edification of the believer. We hope you find yourself growing in knowledge and wisdom while simultaneously becoming more aware of God working in, around, and through you. We typically sing 4-5 songs with a healthy mix of old hymns and new praise and worship songs. We take an offering each week. As stated above there is a children's sermon followed by a 30-40 minute exegetical sermon.
  4. How do people dress? There is no dress code for our church. Some people dress up, some people dress comfortable, and some come in their work uniforms. Dress how you feel comfortable. One thing is for certain though, our pastor has worn a tie only once ;)