Crossroads Glenwood

a place of grace, growth & greater things

We are a relationally driven church doing life together.

Sundays
5:00pm Dinner | 5:30pm Worship

Glenwood Library, 815 Cooper Ave.

What’s the best story ever told? Of course it includes a hero and a villain, a conflict, climax and resolution, it begins with “Once upon a time…”

Be Known Among Authentic Community
New life groups starting week of Sept. 11

Know Your Gifts & Use Them
Opportunities to Help Others

Glenwood Calendar

Brewing genuine community and transforming life

With its hot springs and cold rivers, Glenwood Springs has always been a place for those thirsting for healing. Soaks in the springs, spa treatments, exhilarating whitewater adventures, and underground explorations give us an opportunity to revitalize our bodies and minds. At Crossroads, our heart is for people to find eternal healing and satisfy their thirsting for life by sharing the true Living Water – Jesus. Crossroads wants to make Glenwood Springs and the Roaring Fork Valley known for spiritual transformation and fulfillment that comes from knowing God through his son Jesus.

We are passionate about the people of Glenwood having the healthiest hearts possible. We love asking and seeking answers to life’s biggest questions. As a growing church, we meet frequently in homes and in the community to connect, engage and lead with God and others. We would welcome you to join us as we grow into the big vision God has for us, our church, and our valley.

For more information on our Glenwood Springs community, please contact Tim O’Keefe, Glenwood Community Pastor, at tim@ccglenwood.com or (970) 456-4738.

Leadership Team

Gary & Amanda Littell
John & Meg Andersen

Recent Messages

9/17/17 - What's your relationship with the Bible? The average American household has four Bibles, but only a small percentage actually read the Bible. Some argue Bible is too complicated, others that it's irrelevant. But just ...
9/10/17 - What’s the best story ever told? Of course it includes a hero and a villain, a conflict, climax and resolution, it begins with “Once upon a time…” and ends with “Happily ever after.” We ...
9/3/17 - I love rafting. There's something effortless and peaceful about going with the flow of the river. Too often in life though we struggle against the flow. God has designed us to flow with his story ...

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From Steve's Blog

  • Globalization and Spiritual Warfare
    Posted by Stephen Woodrow on July 31, 2017 at 7:40 pm

    Is globalization good? Well, yes and no. I am not going to deal with geo-politics in this blog necessarily, but the spiritual warfare reality behind […]

  • What is Eternal Life?
    Posted by Stephen Woodrow on May 19, 2017 at 1:43 pm

    All Christians are familiar with the term “eternal life.” But when asked what it actually “is” not much is given beyond the […]

Ways to Give

  • Give Online
  • Text amount to (970) 400-1004
  • Use giving kiosk at Sunday worship gatherings
  • Mail checks to: Crossroads Church, c/o 320 Park Drive, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

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