What kind of Music do you use?
Music in the worship service is a tool to aid our worship of God – not for entertainment. Our music is screened for truth in the lyrics and consistency between the message and music before we use it. Attention is paid to the Biblical content, and musical quality of the historical and contemporary hymns, psalms, and spiritual songs that we sing.
What Bible version do you use in your services?
Those in our congregation typically use the NKJV, the NIV, ESV, HCSB, and the NASB. Pastor Tim preaches from the NKJV referring to other translations as it is beneficial.
Do you have any programs for kids?
On Sundays we have child care for babies and toddlers. We have “Joy Junction” during the sermon time for preschool and young elementary age children.
JOY Club is a Nation Wide Bible Club that emphasizes Bible memory and service projects in an exciting Club format, teaching children the true meaning of JOY
J – Jesus first
O – Others next
Y – Yourself last
There is no cost for this program. It is provided to the children of Tracy by Crossroads Baptist Church.
JOY Club is for children age 4 through 6th grade. The children are divided into groups by age.
Each child has the opportunity to earn a uniform, patches, and ultimately a trophy, through completion of sections in a JOY Club handbook.
JOY Club meets September – April.
Restored Teens – for 7th – 12th grade. Twice monthly activities and Bible Studies. Check the Church Calendar for the next event!
Click Here to go to Restored Teens Page
What is the pastors preaching style?
Our conviction that the church has suffered because she has downgraded the preaching of the Word. An appropriate amount of time is dedicated to the expository preaching of the Word and its application to our lives today. We believe in saying what the the Bible says, where the Bible says it, with emphasis the Bible gives!
Are you part of the “seeker sensitive” movement?
We are not followers of this modern movement. The Bible clearly teaches that No man seeks after God except the Father draw him. We do not seek to entertain or to make people comfortable rather to challenge, exhort, and edify. We gather to worship, scatter, witness and share the love of Christ with our neighbors. We like to say that we are “Savior Sensitive.”