WELCOME, WE ARE GLAD YOU ARE HERE!
At Hamilton Crossroads, we are one big family of Christians striving to live for Christ. We invite you to join us as we study God’s word in worship, bible study, and by enjoying times of fellowship and service together. Come and be apart of the family! We are saving you a seat!
What To Expect
COME AS YOU ARE
Our church is made up of people from all different walks of life and church backgrounds. Upon visiting Hamilton Crossroads, you will be greeted by many of our welcoming members. You will find people wearing jeans, suits and everything in between. Additionally, there are classes for all ages. It is our sincerest desire that you feel welcome when visiting. We would be honored to have you.
What We Believe
A LOVE FOR GOD, FAMILY & COMMUNITY
God is the creator and sustainer of the entire universe. He has eternally existed in three persons: The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit. These three exist as one deity, Yahweh. These three distinct persons of the Trinity have eternally coexisted, and are coequal.
We believe the Bible is inspired by God, and profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, and training in righteousness. The Bible is the word of God, and its ultimate purpose is to point to the Word of God, Jesus Christ. Scripture should shape the way Christians think, act, and live their daily lives.
We are saved by grace through faith; and this is not of ourselves, it is the gift of God. Biblical faith in Christ consists of confession of sin and of the lordship of Christ, repentance from sin, baptism into Christ for the forgiveness of sins, and obedience to Him thereafter.
The Local Church
We believe God intended for each local congregation of Christ’s church to be autonomous and not subject to any authority other than Christ Himself. Each congregation is to be led by a plurality of elders who meet the qualifications laid out in Titus 1:5-9, and 1 Timothy 3:1-7. Likewise, each congregation is to be served by deacons who meet the qualifications laid out in 1 Timothy 3:8-13. Local congregations should worship via prayer, Bible study, singing, monetary giving, and partaking of the Lord’s Supper.