11050 N. Warson Rd. St Louis 63114  (636) 439-9577

Adult Ministry

Our Mission

We believe the most important thing as adults is to continue passionately furthering God’s Kingdom. We recognize that this is not the time in our lives to grow stagnant. We are committed to doing this through: bible study, small groups, service/outreach, and fellowship. We are called to pave the way and be an example for the younger generation.

 


Small Groups

For those interested in entering into/furthering their relationship with God, or how to join a small group we offer a series of bible studies that focuses centrally on what God’s word says on each topic. Our small groups are designed to deepen our relationships with each other so that we may imitate the Acts 2 church. We meet weekly in the homes of our small group members. Each adult small group in unique and diverse so that anyone seeking a relationship with Christ is able to connect to others.


Service/Outreach

We are happy to serve because we know how much we have been given, and we are grateful for the opportunity of a new life in Christ. Several adults were once members of the student ministries or Manasseh ministries and love giving back whenever there is a need. We also host several events that are free to the community including: Spooktacular (our Halloween event), Superbowl parties, Ladies Spa events, New Year’s Eve parties, game nights, and many more.

 

 


Fellowship

We believe that we were called to be a light to a dark world. We were all once hurting and hopeless, and love sharing how Christ has worked and continues to transform our lives. He has taken broken families and made them whole again, broken hearts and created healing, and broken lives and given them purpose. We would love to fellowship with you!

 


 For More Information

Ben Mullins | ben@crossingsinnerbelt.com or 636-439-9577

“But as for you, teach what accords with sound doctrine. Older men are to be sober-minded, dignified, self-controlled, sound in faith, in love, and in steadfastness. Older women likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine. They are to teach what is good…” Titus 2:1-3