ESL Ministry Training
Join us on January 21-22 for an informative training to learn more about building an ESL ministry as a church body. To learn more and sign up, click below
Join us for a unique missional opportunity to engage and serve over 4,000 new students that will be moving to Clemson Saturday, August 18. Come hold a door, carry a box, or engage parents as we move students into their dorm. We will meet in the foyer of the Crosspoint Auditorium at 8:30 AM. Please wear your Crosspoint shirt if you have one, and don’t worry if you don’t have one — we’ll give you one when you arrive!
We want to see the gospel permeate our community as we display and declare the love of God in many ways. This happens through individuals living on mission, small groups serving together, and the church engaging the lost as the body of Christ.
The normal Christian life includes sharing the good news with the people in around us: family, neighbors, friends and co-workers. We want to equip every believer to share the gospel with whoever they encounter wherever they live, work, and play.
We have nearly 40 small groups that pursue growth through living on mission together. We desire that our groups serve in a gospel opportunity at least once per semester, whether through evangelism or through serving together in one of the outreach opportunities.
By serving alongside one another corporately, we display Jesus’ worth to our community as a witness to the gospel.
As a people called to be on mission, we are actively seeking volunteers in every outreach area.
God is currently bringing refugees from Afghanistan into Clemson. We are excited to join with like-minded partners as we form teams within our church who can come alongside refugees as they seek to resettle and assimilate. Contact Brock Bass for more information.
Circle of Welcome Teams | If you are interested in being on a team of fellow believers that will surround an incoming refugee family with practical love and care please contact Brock Bass.
Housing Needed | If you know of a potential rental property that will be open for the Spring 2022 semester, please contact Brock Bass ASAP.
Donations for Needed Housing Items | Currently seeking items to fill apartments with needed kitchen appliances and furniture. If you have any furniture or kitchen appliances in good condition that you would like to donate please contact Brock Bass.
Welcome Kits | Currently seeking items to create Welcome Kits that can be used for the incoming refugees to receive once they set foot here in Clemson. See here for information. Contact Brock Bass if interested in donating individual items or creating a whole kit.
Making disciples through the proclamation of the gospel to our neighbors. In caring for the lost around us, we boldly share the good news of Jesus Christ in our community. Contact Brock Bass for more information.
Sunday Evening Outreach | Once a Month at 5pm | Meet at Crosspoint Offices | Encouraging small groups to serve together in this ongoing opportunity, but open to all. The dates for this outreach are: January 30, February 27, March 27, April 24, and May 29.
Weekday Outreach | Wednesdays at 3:00pm | Meet at Crosspoint Offices | Intentional sharing with local apartment complexes and on Clemson’s campus.
Gospel Tracts | Free tracts to use in daily life on mission. Can be found in the auditorium behind the backs of chairs and by the bookstore. Available in select languages.
God has brought over 2000 international students to our community from over 80 countries, many of which there is no access to the Gospel. We have the opportunity to share the Gospel as we befriend internationals. Contact Marie Cudd for more information.
For a summary of all opportunities and upcoming international events, click here.
Friday Lunches on Campus | Fridays at 12:45pm | McAlister Dining Hall | Open to anyone! Parking can be tough, but there are metered spots on campus. If you’re interested in joining the lunches, sign up here.
Local Hikes | TBD | Join hikes in the area to build relationships with students. Looking for people that have interest in planning and hosting a hike. If you’re interested in leading a hike, sign up here.
Dinner Hosts | Host students in your home for meals. Looking for families and singles to host internationals for a meal and intentional conversation. If you’re interested in hosting, sign up here.
International Spring Break Trip | We are looking for volunteers who want to join a trip to a city with international students over a few days of Clemson’s Spring Break. More info and dates are coming soon. If you’re interested in potentially joining or learning more, sign up here.
Currently preparing to expand an ESL Ministry out of Crosspoint Church. In need of volunteers interested in learning more about how to love our neighbors tangibly with the gospel using ESL. Contact Marie Cudd for more information.
ESL Ministry | Currently Seeking Volunteers | Seeking volunteers of all needs (teachers, admin help, nursery workers, etc) to launch an ESL Ministry in the near future. Please email Lynne Ross at email@example.com for more information as to how you can be involved.
Mercy Ministry meets felt needs in our community with love, wisdom, and the truth. We come alongside those who are in need to share the Gospel and alleviate physical burdens when possible. Contact Art Sandy for more information.
Interviews for Assistance | Mondays at 12pm and 1pm | Join a team that meets with people in the community in need of assistance. We are always looking for more volunteers to serve on rotation. Please contact Art Sandy for more information.
Food Donations | Donate imperishable food items to the food bank at church. You can bring them to the Crosspoint offices M-TH or on Sundays.
Prison Ministry | Interested in Starting | Looking for more who are interested in ministering the gospel in nearby prisons. Please contact Art Sandy for more information.
Elderly Ministry | Interested in Starting | Looking for those who may be interested in ministering to those in elderly facilities and shut-ins. Please contact Art Sandy for more information.
Receive from Resource Center | Free one-stop shop for new Foster Parents; baby equipment, bottles, clothes, cribs, and more!
Stock the Resource Center | Help conduct drives and stock/organize the resource center. Individuals and Small Groups needed.
Work the Resource Center | Serve at the resource center while people arrive to receive items.
Donate | Donations are tax-deductible. Items needed can be found on Fostering Faithfully’s WISH LIST. You can bring donations to the office M-TH or on Sundays.
A great way to engage our community as a church body through fellowship and inviting our neighbors to a fun evening with outdoor games and food. Contact Angie White for more information.
Fall Festival | Sunday, October 31 | 4pm-6:30pm | 4pm-6:30pm | Invite your friends and join us for our Fall Festival! There will be free food, bounce houses, snow cones, giveaways, and much more.
Apartment complexes provide a great outlet for door-to-door evangelism. Many of the apartment complexes around our area are home to individuals and families that need the Gospel.
Creekwood weekly Small Group led by Jonathan Rasmussen
Lemans Block Parties
Collecting supplies for Foster Care Packing Party
Help on Mondays at noon. Contact Art Sandy
Mondays at 1:00pm
Thursdays at 4:00pm
Downtown Clemson Halloween Festival
Neighborhood outreach – distribute coffee, hot chocolate