Our building is located on Chestnut Street in the heart of Upper Darby, one block east of the intersection of 69th and Chestnut (behind IHOP and Chipotle).
Parking is available in the church parking lot (including handicapped spaces) and at the parking garage directly across from our building on Chestnut Street.
Click on "View Larger Map" below to find directions to Crossroads.
Please enter through the modern doors on Heather Road or Barrington Road (rather than the old, ornate red doors). When you enter through those modern doors, you will find a friendly face welcoming you and helping you find your way. You will also find a bulletin to help you follow along with the service.
The main space for worship (the sanctuary) is located on the rock wall side of the open room you first enter. The nursery is located on the other side of that big room.
The nursery is open for infants to pre-K3 during Sunday School (8:30 am - 9:45 am) and Worship (10 AM - 11:30 AM) and some special services. Our modern facilities are well supervised with separate rooms for infants and toddlers and a dedicated restroom.
Our Worship Service features music that is a blend of styles (hymns, choruses, international) and instruments (piano, violin, drums, guitars, singers). We spend significant time in prayer and preaching as well as times for greeting one another, reading Scripture, and more.
We love for children to join us in worship, so we have some activities especially focused on them: there is a word search in the bulletin, a special children's song, and a Children's Message each week.
Our service is about 75 minutes long (including a 30-40 minute sermon). Communion is observed on the first Sunday of the month.
You can take a look at our most recent service here.
What should I wear?
Wear whatever makes you comfortable! At Crossroads, we’re more concerned with the welfare of a person’s heart rather than their outward appearance. When you visit you will see people wearing everything from jeans to business suits to the traditional dress of their native countries.
In the Summer (June through August), we have "Crossroads in the Summer." These are informal picnics that feature fellowship and singing and meet at a local home or park each week, 6:00 to 8:00 PM.
What is the PCA?
The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) was formed to be a denomination that is "faithful to the Scriptures, true to the reformed faith, and obedient to the Great Commission."
The PCA is an Evangelical and Reformed Presbyterian denomination. By Evangelical, we mean that we emphasize the gospel (good news of salvation) through faith in Jesus Christ, as well as affirming other orthodox Christian doctrines and holding to the inerrancy of Scripture. "Reformed" defines the doctrinal beliefs of the PCA, which holds that the purest expressions of scriptural doctrine are found in the Calvinistic creeds, particularly the Westminster Confession of Faith.
To find out more about the PCA, click here.
Becoming a member
Periodically, Crossroads offers an "Introduction to Crossroads" class created especially for prospective members and anyone from the congregation who wants to learn more about who we are and what we do as Crossroads Community Church. The class is led by Pastor Mike, our Senior Pastor.