We believe that God has placed CrossPoint City Church in our community for a greater purpose than meeting once a week. We’re convinced that His plan for our church involves us investing in our community through giving of time, energy, effort, and resources, all in the name of Jesus. We believe that by acting to help those who cannot help themselves, God will give us many opportunities to show the Gospel in our words and our deeds.
"Feed the hungry, and help those in trouble. Then your light will shine out from the darkness, and the darkness around you will be as bright as noon." - Isaiah 58:10
Through BLESS Weekend we partner with our local County Government and the Allatoona Resource Center to provide projects that our people can complete in a two day period. Hauling garbage for communities, home repair projects, building community walking trails, and providing kids programming are some examples of projects we have completed in the past.
Through Hope for Christmas we serve our local community by throwing a Christmas party for families in need. Each family receives a full Christmas dinner with all the trimmings, coats, toys for the children, a gift for the parents, games and even pictures with Santa. For more information click the link below.
Our partnership with the ARC allows us to serve one of the most underserved areas of Bartow County. Our work includes a variety of social services to the people living there, with the end goal of self sustainability both physically and spiritually.
Bartow Family Promise is a program focused on helping homeless families living in Cartersville. By partnering with local churches that have classroom space and kitchens, a temporary home is created for these families to help get them on their feet. CrossPoint partners as a support church. For more information click the link below.
Backpack Buddies supplies economically disadvantaged children in the Cartersville City and Bartow County School Systems with food for the weekend. CrossPoint works with school counselors to identify children “at risk” for hunger, and we then supply them with nutritious, self-serve food that will sustain them when school meals are not available. For more information click the link below.
Mentor Canes is an in-school mentoring program which matches volunteer role models with selected students in need of a mentoring relationship. The mission is to guide children and youth toward personal and academic success through mentoring. Mentors are needed at all grade levels. Click the link below to sign up.
The Street Store is a ministry focused on meeting basic needs like clothing and food. Every third Saturday of the month serve team members from CrossPoint take donated clothes to the Allatoona Resource Center and give them out to anyone in need. This program is a great way to serve those in our community who need us the most. If you are interested in serving please sign up through the form below and you will be contacted by our Serve Team Coordinators, Rebecca Rhodes and Trish Reynolds.
Atlanta Food Bank is a mobile food truck ministry that provides meals to some of the poorest parts of Bartow County. AFB works hand in hand with our Street Store ministry meeting every third Saturday of the month at the Allatoona Resource Center. Anyone interested in serving with this ministry can sign up below and will be contacted by our Serve Team Coach, Allen Bailey.
Friendship Table is a ministry helping those in need by serving food with several other church partners in the community. Those who wish to serve meet at First Presbyterian Church the 3rd Tuesday of every month. If you are interested in this ministry please sign up below and you will be contacted by our Serve Team Coach, Sindy Ciavarro.
Murphy-Harpst Children’s Centers Inc. is a program designed to both train new families interested in fostering children in a christian environment and support current foster families. Since it’s foundation in 1924, Murphy-Harpst has existed as a Christian group whose mission is to provide a safe and nurturing environment where severely abused and neglected children can thrive and heal. For more information click the link below.