Sunday Gatherings in Room 309
11:30AM | Bible Study & Hang Out
Our current study is through the Book of Hebrews in a series titled WHY JESUS?
All participants will receive a free ESV Hebrews Journal.
During the Spring 2021 Semester Crossroads will meet on Zoom AND In-Person for a viewing of the 10AM Service and then for Small Groups, Scripture Study, and a Community Lunch.
In compliance with CDC Guidelines, when meeting in-person, we are asking all participants to wear masks and observe physical distancing. We will be limiting our in-person gathering to 30 participants. If we have reached capacity or you would prefer to join virtually you can join us for our study and small groups on Zoom.
Have you ever wanted to take a short course on a theological subject but not have to deal with tuition, homework, or grades? Crossroads Audit offers free 5-8 week courses on various topics in theology, world religions, apologetics, and spiritual disciplines taught by Christians who are professors, missionaries, pastors, and leaders in their fields. Come ready to engage and renew your mind (Romans 12:2).
Thursdays | 6:30PM | 5 Weeks | Feb. 11- Mar. 11
Intimidated to share your faith? Not sure what you would say? Do you not feel like an evangelist and wonder if you are simply trying to be something you are not? In Simply Evangelism we will look at how simple people in the Bible shared the magnificent news of the gospel in a way that was simple to them and can be very simple for you. All are welcome to join this five-week study beginning on February 11th, 2021.
Pastor Eric and Rebecca Targe are passionate about discipling and reaching university students for God’s Kingdom. They live on the southside of Chicago with their daughter (“Cece”) and son (“Teddy”). Rebecca is a Chicago-Native and is a Registered Nurse, working in women’s health at a downtown Chicago hospital. Eric is originally from New York and is the Pastor of University Students and Disability Ministries at The Moody Church; and an adjunct professor at Moody Bible Institute.
When not playing with his kids or hanging out with his wife, you can find Pastor Eric searching for new and peculiar restaurants throughout Chicago, reading a good book, playing board games, or cheering for the New York Yankees.