A Place of Discovery and Growth

Connect & Pray

Crossroads Community Baptist Church's next prayer meeting is August 30th at Sissy's place. The address is 12 Cedar Rd, off of Fenwick in Belmont. Our start time 6:30 P.M.

Women's reTreat Update

Crossroads' annual Women's reTreat — We had a wonderful evening together on August 4th with our guests and the Kentucky volunteer team! You can still contact Brenda Harford, (207) 322-4534, if you want to find out about other activities.

Block Party Update

Our 11th annual community block party hosted by Crossroads Community Baptist Church on August 5th was very nice. We hope you enjoyed the fellowship, food, prizes, and fun. Thank you, Lincolnville!

A Community of Faith

We are a community of faith committed to the Scriptures, joyful worship, and life-changing discipleship.

We are discovering how Jesus Christ is actively changing our lives and giving us real purpose. If you're looking for a place for a new beginning with God, if you're looking to move beyond your past, if you're looking for a place to belong...
then welcome home!

Gathering and Relating

While we usually stay in touch and encourage one another through the week, we gather together on Sundays at 10 AM for small group Bible study, sharing, and application and at 11 AM for worship and the study of God's Word.

Our gatherings are comfortable, relational, and quite casual. Why not come a few minutes early to pour yourself a cup of coffee and join in meaningful conversation and fellowship?

For a Purpose

Our purpose is not centered on a building or events. We meet at Lincolnville Central School on Sundays and at other locations midweek.

We study the Bible in context and grow in our love and likeness of Jesus. Our purpose is to know him, to love him, to love one another, and to compassionately share his good news of new life throughout our community and world.

Identity and Relationships

Crossroads is an autonomous Southern Baptist church cooperating with the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) nationally and with the Maine Baptist Association (MEBA) locally. We are in agreement with the doctrinal statement contained in The Baptist Faith and Message as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in June 2000.