New Here?
Thank you for taking the time to visit The CrossRoad Baptist Church website. You might be looking for a new church to call home or just passing through.  Whatever your story, there is a good chance you might have some questions. We’re going to try and guess what you might want to know on your first visit and please let us know if we missed something!
What can I expect on my first visit?

Our worship services generally last between 55 and 65 minutes and our live worship music includes a mix of traditional hymnals and contemporary Christian music.


When are your services?
Our regular worship services occur every Sunday morning at 11 am.


Where are you located?
The CrossRoad Baptist Church is located on Savannah’s southside only minutes from Armstrong State University and Hunter Army Airfield.  You can find us on the “big curve” where Montgomery Crossroads meets Middleground Road at 8510 Middleground Road Savannah, GA 31406


Where Do I Park?
We have plenty of parking on the church grounds and we set aside reserved parking for first time guests in our front parking lot.


What should I wear?
You may wear whatever you want…just wear something:)  We have some people that wear suits and ties while others wear jeans and t-shirts. The focus is on Jesus — not on what you wear so whatever makes you comfortable!


Where do I take my children?
We offer nurseries for infants and toddlers (newborn through age 3) during our worship services. Located behind our worship center, just ask one of our greeter’s at the main entrance to point you in the right direction.


Our children’s church is held at the end of our Sunday morning music worship and immediately before the sermon. Children ages pre-K through 4th grade are invited to join the pastor on the stage. After the pastors quick lesson the children are invited to remain with the group for Children’s church. Held in close vicinity to the worship service, your child can be picked up at the conclusion of the morning worship service.


All nursery and children’s church volunteers have received background screenings and security cameras are in place for your child’s protection.