299 Cowan St, Nashville, TN 37213
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Cross Point COLLEGE

Encounter the genuine presence of God as you navigate the transitional season of college and young adulthood.

We are praying for revival among the college-age adults in our city. 


Cross Point College is all about people and presence. Our heart is to create an atmosphere where you can encounter the genuine presence of God as you navigate the transitional season of college and young adulthood.

Matthew 18:20 says, “For where two or three are gathered in my name I am with them.” 


We certainly gather in God’s name, and because of that, we know He is with us. Wherever and whenever we meet, God’s presence is what binds us together.
Cross Point College meets in person at Cross Point Nashville on the first and third Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM and meet off campus in groups on the second and fourth Tuesday.



Cross Point College meets at 7:00 PM on the first Tuesday of the month at Cross Point Nashville (299 Cowan St)

We love these monthly moments when we can all come together to worship and grow in our faith surrounded by community!


On the second and third Tuesday following our Gatherings, we meet in Groups for conversations on what we learned at our Gatherings (and around other aspects of college/young adult life).

Life is better together, and so we have created these groups where you can get to know others at a similar life stage to you! Find what groups work for you below!



In small groups, we have the opportunity to hear from our College Pastor Ladd, along with other teachers in our church and in our community. Each semester we prayerfully consider a theme and build biblical teaching that is impactful and relevant to college students. You can check out all our previous content by clicking the link below. 


On the Third Tuesday of the month, Cross Point College small groups meet together in person at our Nashville Campus (299 Cowan st). At Groups Gathering students get the chance to interact with people they may not know yet. We share a meal together, have a short teaching, and continue our conversations in small groups.