a new message series at crossroads church starting october 19-20

Do you ever feel trapped by anxiety or depression? 

You are not alone and there is a way out! 

Be with us as we dismantle the hidden lies that keep us trapped in a life without hope.


October 19 - November 17

Do you ever feel trapped by anxiety or depression? Have you bought into the lie that you are alone and can't escape? You are not alone and there is a way out! Be with us during this series as we dismantle four hidden lies that keep us trapped in a life without hope.

Oct. 19-20: No Way Out

Oct. 26-27: My Life is Worthless

Nov. 2-3: I Can't Slow Down

Nov. 9-10: I Am Alone

Nov. 16-17: Unlocking Doors: Escape Stories



Enter the secret lair of the mysterious Fremont Phantom and recover the stolen key to the city before time runs out! This FREE express (15-minute) escape room experience is fun for the whole family (ages 5+).

Advance registration is required to guarantee that all guests can be accommodated.


Friday, October 18: 6:30-9:00pm

Saturday, October 19: 6:45-9:00pm

Friday, October 25: 6:30-9:00pm

Sunday, October 27: 12:45-3:30pm


The Challenge & Blessing of Anxiety

Presented by Jim Matthews, MTS

Saturday, November 2, 2019


It's tough enough that we humans get anxious. But often we add to it anxiety about being anxious... double-jeopardy! This introductory workshop will help us gain an understanding of our anxieties and offer some ways to constructively cope with and even benefit from them. We invite you to be with us for this FREE workshop as we dive deeper into ourselves and attempt to reorient our gaze towards health and hope. Everyone (including the presenter) will bring their anxieties with them to this workshop; You won't be alone.

Childcare for ages 3 months–pre-k is available upon request.


ANGST Movie Screening & Discussion Panel

Sunday, November 17, 2019


Do you suffer from anxiety? Does your child? Partner? Anxiety affects us all. Be with us for a FREE screening of ANGST, a film about anxiety, truth & hope. Really. Let’s talk. 

Directly following the film, there will be a live discussion panel featuring resident pastoral counselor, Jim Matthews, MTS, student & family pastor, Mike Mason, and mental health advocate, Melissa McDowell.

Though everyone is welcome, this event is intended for students (middle school-college), their parents, family, and friends.

Childcare is not available for this event.


Click here for more information about the film itself.