Service Times: 9:20am & 11:00am
We understand that showing up somewhere new for the first time can often be intimidating. That is why we have tried to do everything in our power to make your visit as smooth as possible.
Entering and exiting the campus can get busy at times. That is why we have a special group of volunteers who will be on site to assist you in finding a parking spot and exiting our campus after our services. For your own safety as well as others, please follow their directions.
You will find that arriving 15 minutes early will be a huge help on your first visit. This will give you a chance to become familiar with our facility, check in your children to our Cross Kid's Ministry rooms, and grab a cup of coffee at the café.
Don't be Afraid to ask questions!
We have a team of people who are ready to answer any of your questions about The Cross. Please stop by our Connect Center, in the back of our Worship Center.
No matter what your life story is, you are welcome here.
We aren’t looking to gather a crowd of the same types of people, but rather we desire to partner with ANYONE who has a heart to see the name of Jesus Christ lifted above every other.
No matter what your passion is, we want you to use it for the glory of the Lord.
It maybe through a song, a moment of revelation in study, or maybe even in a warm conversation with a new friend that God speaks something to your heart. Our desire is to cultivate these moments by doing everything we do for Him.
We all struggle but our goal is that we may all struggle well toward Christ.
We believe in transparency, authenticity, and in doing life on life with each other. We know that being a friend is not about just flashing a smile, but loving everyone through all the situations of their life and pushing each other forward in our relationship with God.
If you are new to the faith, there is a truth you may not have heard. Those who have been around church for any length of time have heard this in hundreds of messages over the years. The truth is this:
The “church” is not a building, or an address, or even a denomination. The “church” is a family consisting of each and every person who has a real and intimate relationship with Christ via faith in Him with heartfelt repentance.
This truth caused us to look at the way we do “church” here at The Cross. We felt that the word "membership" really doesn’t fit the vision we have. People become members of places that offer them a service that they want. For example, you might place your membership in a gym that has the type of equipment you want, is open at the times you desire, and is affordable to your budget. As we look at the example of the early church as laid out in Acts 2, we don’t see a group of people who were joined because of receiving what they wanted, but rather a group of people who were unified in accomplishing something great. They were partners together for the sake of the Gospel. Having everything in common, they partnered together to minister to each other and their community. When you read the title on this page, you may think that this concept is simply an exercise in semantics. We don’t believe this is simply word play, but rather a fundamental shift in the way we see ourselves as the Church. Partnership is a movement from "me", to "we", to "Him". It is not about man being elevated, but God being glorified. It is about seeing God accomplish exceedingly more, through our unity, than any individual could conjure on their own. The Cross Loganville isn’t looking for members. We are looking for partners who want to serve together to see God glorified and magnified.
If you would like to partner with us, or simply get more information about The Cross Loganville, we invite you to click the link below and sign up for our next Cross Connect Partnership Class.
We believe in one God, eternally existing in three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit; who are identical in essence, equal in power and glory, and possessing precisely the same attributes and perfections. They are, however, distinct in office and activity. (Deuteronomy 6:4, Matthew 28:19, 2 Corinthians 13:14)
We believe the Bible, including both Old and New Testaments, is the verbally inspired Word of God, written by men under God’s control, inerrant and infallible in the original manuscripts and the final authority in doctrine and life. (2 Timothy 3:15-17, 2 Peter 1:20-21, Psalm 19:7-9)
We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ, the eternal Son of God, became man without ceasing to be God, having been conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of a virgin, in order that He might reveal God and redeem sinful man. After living a sinless life, He accomplished our redemption by voluntarily giving Himself as a sinless substitutionary sacrifice on the cross, thereby satisfying God’s righteous judgments against sin. After substantiating the accomplishment of that redemption by His bodily resurrection from the grave, He ascended to the right hand of His Father where He intercedes on behalf of those who trust Him. (John 1:1, 2, 14, 18, Luke 1:34-35, Romans 3:24-26, 8:34)
We believe that God created the heavens and the earth, including all life, “each after its own kind,” by direct act, and not by the process of evolution. (Genesis 1:1-2, Colossians 1:16-17)
We believe that the Holy Spirit is the Divine Person, equal with the Father and the Son, who convicts the world of sin. He alone brings new life to those who are spiritually dead, baptizes (or places) all believers into the one true Church, which is the Body of Christ, indwells them permanently, seals them for the day of redemption, gives spiritual gifts to them, and fills (controls) those who yield to Him. (John 3:3-8, 16:7-11, 1 Corinthians 12:13, John 14:16-17, Ephesians 4:30, 1 Corinthians 12:7-11, Ephesians 5:18)
We believe that man was created in the image and likeness of God, in innocence and without sin. In Adam’s voluntary sin, though, the race fell, inherited a sinful nature, and became spiritually dead, alienated from God and incapable of remedying his lost and depraved condition. (Genesis 1:26, 3:1-24, Romans 3:10-18, 5:12, Ephesians 2:1-3)
We believe that salvation is the gift of God’s grace. It cannot be gained by meritorious works, but is freely given to all who repent and put their faith in the finished work of Jesus Christ at Calvary. All who trust the Savior are forgiven of their sins and born into the family of God by the regenerating work of the Holy Spirit. (Ephesians 2:8-9, 1:7, John 1:12)
WHAT DOES BAPTISM MEAN?
Baptism says , to all who witness it, three things:
* That when Jesus died on the cross as a sacrifice for sin, it was your sins He died for.
* That a love relationship with God has begun, and is worth telling others about.
* That your life is different , new, God-focused, God-directed and God-nurtured.
HAVE YOU BEEN BIBLICALLY BAPTIZED?
Our challenge to you is to follow our Lord's command and be baptized. Prior to each Baptism Service, a class is held, in which attendance is required, for all baptismal candidates. The class reviews the biblical basis for baptism and answers any questions you might have about the service.
THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
* It is an external symbol of what has happened internally at salvation…
* Baptism doesn't save you.
* We challenge everyone who has placed faith in Jesus to be baptized. (If you've already been biblically baptized elsewhere as a believer, you don't have to be re-baptized.)