CrossRoads Community Church of Naples

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CrossRoads Community Church of Naples
CrossRoads Community Church of Naples

Plan Your Visit

Address
1055 Pine Ridge Rd
Naples, FL 34108

Phone
239-514-3620

Website

Directions
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Who We Are

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About Us

Vibe
Casual

Programs
Addiction/Recovery, Community Service, Missions, Nursery, Children's Ministry, Adult Education

Music
Contemporary

Denomination
Evangelical Free Church of America

Size
Small

Contact

Address
1055 Pine Ridge Rd
Naples, FL 34108

Phone
239-514-3620

Website

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
The services are Christ-centered with substantive worship singing that is contemporary and even traditional with a contemporary flair, prayer and even a time for congregational prayer, and expository preaching that is Christ-centered.

What is the community like?
We are a warm and welcoming fellowship that is intent on being real. We do not take ourselves too seriously, but we regard the Lord and his glory as the purpose for which we exist.

What if I'm not a Christian?
If you are not a Christian, we welcome you to join us to hear the great news of what God has accomplished for those who would put their faith in Jesus Christ alone.

Leadership

Michael Bannon

Michael Bannon

Pastor Michael Bannon has been the teaching pastor at CrossRoads Community Church of Naples since 2005. Pastor Michael is a Canadian by birth. He is a trained animator having worked for several years as a key animator for The New Adventures of Scooby Doo and The Flintstones for Hanna-Barbera (that and a five dollar donation will get you a cup of coffee with him at a local Starbucks). Pastor Michael is also an accomplished musician having played in clubs and cruise ships for several years, and now uses his abilities as a guitarist in worship services and in charity, fundraising concerts. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield IL and has been a pastor since 1992. You can hear Pastor Michael on the radio Sundays at 7:00 am on 98.9 WGUF for an hour-long show called Life Questions with Pastor Michael, where he answers from the Bible questions about life and questions about the Bible as it applies to life. Send your questions to [email protected]

What Members Say

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  • I used to go to Crossroads as a kid when I moved down to Naples, and it was my favorite church that I went to. As an autistic person with sensory sensitivity, finding a place that isn't overwhelming is really important, and this church was awesome. The overall atmosphere is very calm and down-to-earth, the music isn't too loud or overpowering, the pastor's voice is loud enough to hear but not so loud that you get overstimulated, and the buildings are pretty small and easy to navigate. I can't really comment much on the vibe of the people themselves except that I, personally, never felt shunned, overlooked, or micro-managed. This is a church you can go to and worship however you prefer to, you are not required to pray out loud or sing during worship, being friendly with others is encouraged but again, not required, and it's chill enough that it's not a big deal if you have to get up and leave during the service for whatever reason. The bathrooms are clean and quiet, there's a crying room with a tinted window and sound system so you don't miss the sermon, and I'm not sure if it's still the case in 2021 but when I went there, there was always someone who made cookies or brownies or some other baked good for everyone, and usually water, coffee, and lemonade, which made waking up early Sunday morning absolutely worth it. Can't guarantee you'll have options if you have dietary restrictions, though. Overall, this was a very nice church to attend and I recommend popping in for a service whether it's a one-time thing or if you're looking for a church to become a member of.
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