What is a Hometeam?
A Home Team is a group of people who meet together to build close relationships and learn about being a Christ follower. Teams are approximately 8-12 people and meet on a weekly basis.
Why are Home Teams important?
It is our desire at CrossRoads church to create environments where people can become passionate Christ followers
The teams are specifically designed for you to connect better with other believers and with God. Even though CrossRoads Church is going to grow, Home Teams help us stay small at the same time.
Why should I join a Home Team?
To connect with others. Building strong relationships is a key focus of Home Teams. Trust, confidentiality, honesty and acceptance are core values in our teams.
They provide support in times of crisis, change and stress. You will feel better just knowing there are people who really care about you and many who are going through the same things your are.To get closer to God. You can ask questions, participate in discussions and hear others share their triumphs and struggles along their spiritual journey.
CURRENT HOMETEAM MEETING TIMES/PLACES
Cairo-Whigham Hometeam - Meets Monday nights at 6 p.m. in Cairo. The place of meeting changes from week to week. Dinner is provided and childcare can be provided upon request. The current study is “Book of Signs” by David Jeremiah. Please contact Carol Jones at 850-933-4437 for this week’s meeting place.
Thomasville Hometeam- Meets Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. (6:30 p.m. fellowship, 7 p.m. Bible Study) in Ochlocknee, GA. Current study is on the book of James. Dinner is provided and childcare can be provided upon request. For more information and the location, please contact Wade Bone, 229-977-1328.
Tallahassee Hometeam- . Meets Tuesday nights at 6:30pm. The current study is “Resilient” by John Eldredge . Dinner is provided and childcare can be provided upon request. For more information and the location,, contact Scott Alvis at 850-591-7253.