Cross Point Bellevue is a church made to feel like family. We launched this campus in the summer of 2010, just a few weeks after the catastrophic Nashville Flood. Though we were a brand-new church, we got outside the doors of the building and served our neighbors, no-strings-attached. And that heart continues today. So if you have a family, or are looking for a church that feels like family, we’d love for you to be a part.
Here’s what you can expect when you visit our Cross Point Bellevue Campus.
7675 US-70S , Nashville TN 37221
9:00 AM | 11:00 AM
Your first experience at Cross Point should be exactly what YOU need it to be. Our goal is to be as welcoming as possible, while also giving you freedom. Someone from our team is happy to answer any questions you have.
If you’re thinking about attending a Cross Point location in person here’s everything you can expect when you arrive on a Sunday morning:
When you pull into the parking lot you’ll be greeted by our parking team to help you find the right parking spot, stress-free. Have kids? Let them know & they’ll make sure you’re close to the building.
Our guest experience team will be ready to greet you and guide you wherever you need to go when you enter the building, including the info center where you’ll receive a first time gift from us and hear a little more about Cross Point. You will also be given the opportunity to pick out a COVID preference bracelet to help communicate your level of comfort with physical contact during COVID-19. It’s pretty simple: green means you’re ready to give hugs, yellow means you’ll talk to people and maybe even bump elbows but aren’t quite ready to hug, red means you’re keeping your distance. If you’d rather fly under the radar and experience Cross Point at your own speed, simply head to the auditorium where someone will help you find a socially-distanced seat.
Each service typically lasts one hour and includes a brief greeting from your campus pastor, 3-4 worship songs and a message from Pastor Kevin Queen or another member of our teaching team. At the end of the message, we may close with a prayer, one last worship song, or an invitation to receive prayer at front.
If you need prayer, want someone to talk to, or want to find out how to get involved at Cross Point head to the info center where a guest experience volunteer or campus staff member can help you with whatever you need.
PO Box 218580, Nashville TN 37221