We’re a community of college-aged (18-25) adults from campuses and neighborhoods all throughout Chicago. We gather to use the ancient text of the Bible to navigate the present crossroads of university life and young adulthood.
This season of life is often when we start to grapple with big questions: Where do we come from? (Origin) Why are we here? (Purpose) Are good & evil real? (Morality) What happens to us when we die? (Destiny) We’re also making decisions about higher education, work, marriage, family, politics, and religion. Life is a gift—complex, wonderful, and terrifying—and best lived in community. Join us as we journey with God as our guide.

**Crossroads is currently on Christmas Break and will reboot on January 16th and 20th. See you then!**

Sunday Gatherings in Room 303

11:30AM | Bible Study, Lunch, Small Groups

Looking to make friends and grow in your walk with God? Join us as we meet each week to encourage and challenge one another from the Bible.


Every Sunday after the 10AM Morning service we meet in Room 303 from 11:30-1:00 for an inductive Bible Study with lunch and small groups.


Spring 2022 Study: TBD (please note, we are off until January 16th for Christmas break)

Thursdays: Crossroads Conversations in Room 303

Come hang out with us on Thursday nights for a time of casual conversation about what the Bible says on various topics. We talk about the hard stuff and enjoy a meal together. All are welcome!


Spring 2022: Life Goals

Thursdays | January 20 – May xxx | 6:30-8:00PM

What kind of person do you want to be? Most of us would say we want to be known as kind, patient, good, faithful – the list goes on. How do we get there? What does the Bible say about becoming this type of person? Join us this Spring semester as we talk about how to reach these “life goals.”

Upcoming Events!

Fri. Sept. 24, 7:00PM

Friday Night Praise

A Student-Led Night Of Praise Through The Arts

Sun. Sept. 26, 2PM

Beach Game Day

Fri. Oct. 8- Sun. Oct. 10

Annual Fall Retreat!


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.

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