Please pray for Crossings, our community, and our ministries. Pray about what God would have you do to help further reach our community with the message of His love.
After prayerfully considering your financial contribution, please:
- Complete the Commitment Card online or print the Commitment Card to indicate your anticipated giving to this campaign.
- If you would like to give now either as a one-time amount or by setting up recurring payments through a credit/debit card or e-check (over three or less years), please 1) complete the Commitment Card; and 2) go to Online Giving to set up payment(s). Giving online requires an account. You can create one in less than a minute.
ONE Sermon Series
For a New Crossings Community Center and Clinic
This year, Crossings Community Center and Clinic is projected to care for approximately 12,000 people – physically, spiritually and/or emotionally. However, the need is so much greater, and the current leased space will not allow expansion. As we prayed about building a larger facility, Crossings Community Clinic was recognized by the Butterfield Memorial Foundation with a generous grant which will be used as part of the costs associated with the new Clinic. We believe God has opened this door for us, and now is the time to raise the remaining funds to build a new, larger facility.
We believe if we open this new Center/Clinic in 2015, we can minister to and share the love of Christ with approximately 20,000 people each year. The Clinic offers vision, dental, medical, and counseling services to the uninsured and underinsured, and 98% of the Clinic workers, including licensed professionals, are volunteers.
– Steve Turner, Director, Crossings Community Center and Clinic
For our first Satellite Campus
Over the past few years, it has become clear that God is calling us to reach beyond our Portland Campus. Our elders and leadership team have been prayerfully considering options, and we trust now is the time to bring the same quality church experience to other locations in the metro and believe our first satellite campus should be located in north Edmond.
All satellite campuses will stay true to the Crossings model at our main campus. At each location, we will mirror our contemporary worship service, with video teaching from the Portland campus, while maintaining our outstanding children’s, student and adult ministries.
– Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs
See how Crossings Community Center and Clinic have changed lives!
Build a new 36,000 sq. ft. building at 10255 N. Pennsylvania Ave., The Village, featuring:
- Clinic: 17,000 sq. ft. of care capacity; eight medical exam rooms; six dental chairs; vision exam room; medical lab; dispensary
- Center: five classrooms; 350-seat auditorium; prayer room; teaching kitchen; gym with indoor walking track & basketball court; potential satellite worship service location
Launch a new satellite campus in North Edmond
Our Goal: $7 million
What about non-cash giving? What about the Affordable Care Act? Other needs to address?
HOW DOES ONLINE GIVING WORK?
If you would like to give now either as a one-time amount or by setting up recurring payments through a credit/debit card or e-check (over three or less years), please use the online giving button above. Giving online requires an account. You can create one in less than a minute using the link above.
WHAT IF I WANT TO GIVE BY PLACING A CHECK OR AN OFFERING ENVELOPE IN THE OFFERING PLATE ON SUNDAY?
If writing a check or using an offering envelope, please write “ONE” in the designation line.
WHAT IF I WANT TO GIVE STOCKS/BONDS?
If you would like to participate by giving a non-cash gift (stocks, bonds, etc.), contact Wayne Bollenbacher, Director of Finance
WHAT IF I HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT GIVING?
Contact Candy Suhre, Administrative Assistant to Finance, Budget & Human Resources
WHAT IF I HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS CAPITAL CAMPAIGN?
For questions about the Community Center and Clinic campaign, contact Steve Turner, Director of Crossings Community Center & Clinic
WHAT ABOUT THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT?
Our belief has been confirmed by outside experts that thousands in our community will remain uninsured. The need for Crossings Community Clinic is not going away. – Steve Turner, Director, Crossings Community Center and Clinic