- Upcoming Events
- Volunteer Opportunities
EVERY Saturday, the Homeless Outreach meets in the kitchen at CBC at 9:00 am to make sandwiches before trekking over to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library patio at San Jose State University to hand them out to those who have no place to call home. Join us!
Various Dates & Times.
We do lots of photo-worthy stuff here at Crossroads and we want to be able to share that goodness with everyone. We would love to find someone who sees the world through a camera lens and can help us add some lens-flare to our website and social media presence.
If you’d like to help us photograph or video events such as baptisms, outreach events, etc., please let us know by contacting our volunteer coordinator, Bernie Ashby.
Various times and dates.
Assist in maintenance of our beautiful campus.
There are a variety of opportunities to serve in this area. We’re looking for: kitchen, vehicle, electrical, paint, landscaping, sanctuary maintenance, HVAC, and logistics (events) assistance. If you can help in any of these areas, please contact Alan Nonnenberg.
Tuesdays, 7am-9:15am, in the courtyard
We want to provide coffee and refreshments for parents of Neighborhood Christian Preschool as well as pray with parents.
This ministry is ideal for an outgoing person who loves to encourage and pray with people!
To connect with the Prayer Baristas, contact Bernie Ashby.
Want to lead or assist the AWANA Club?
What better way to volunteer than to help the youth of our future learn about God’s Word through Scripture memorization? Choose the age group or youth group you’d like to work with!
The desire of the Creative Arts & Worship ministry exists to use the creativity that the Lord has placed within each one of us for His glory. We are a team of people called to lead in worship. Each week, we strive for excellence in all that we do, coming to our worship services prepared to engage in worship with the body of Crossroads.
As Lay Chaplains, we vow to come alongside our CBC families, members and their families in crisis, to visit them, to bring the hope of Christ, to encourage and to pray for all in need. For shut-ins, we will visit and bring communion. We also serve our community to be salt and light by meeting their needs.