Imperfect Church for Imperfect People

Imperfect Church for Imperfect People

Imperfect Church for Imperfect People

Imperfect Church for Imperfect People

Imperfect Church for Imperfect People

Join us for Worship
Sundays at 10 am

505 Cedar Park Rd
Branson, MO

“I suppose the reasons for seeking out a church home are as varied as all the world’s many churches or God-seekers themselves. Everyone and each church has its own story. Fellowship at Cross Creek has tirelessly sought, within a biblical, moral framework, to be the real Spiritual deal…believers that seek to carve out an environment that encourages authentic Spiritual growth and maturity. If this is the type of church home that might interest you or your family, come and kick our Spiritual tires for yourself.”

Pastor Joseph M Cross

Fellowship's Purpose

To Create an Environment
that Encourages Christ-Like
Spiritual Growth

FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION

“While a church’s function remains constant, it’s forms will change from generation to generation or from culture to culture, and that is okay, as long as, its original purpose or function of Christ-like Spiritual growth is still being fulfilled in a meaningful and relevant manner.” Joe

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Oct 14th & 21st, 2018 9:30am Fall, Food & Fellowship!  Sunday mornings on Oct 14th and 21st come to church early and bring your favorite fall breakfast food to share before church. Coffee & juice provided. October 28th Night of Worship 6pm A night where we come...

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Fellowship’s Story

This is one imperfect church's story...  First, A Little Historical Background of the Region: 130 Years Ago... In a misguided attempt to put an end to the post-Civil War lawlessness and hostilities that had terrorized this portion of the Ozark Mountains for almost two...

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Jack’s Story – The Case for Life

As many of you know, Jack Halley is Fellowship’s faithful point person for both the Options Crisis Pregnancy Center here in Branson and the annual Life Chain prayer time for the preborn which occurs during the first Sunday of October every year.  But, what many of you...

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