New Here

We’re Glad You’re Here

We hope you will find a new home here at Crossway Church. Our church is a diverse family of Christ-centered, grace-infused people of all ages and from all walks of life. We welcome you to look around this site, and we hope you will visit soon and discover alongside us the life-changing reality of God’s grace revealed through a relationship with Jesus Christ.


Crossway Church meets Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM on 282 Summer St. Franklin, MA.

What does Sunday morning look like at Crossway?

Crossway views our Sunday morning gathering as the highlight of the week. This is where we gather as a church. It’s a time where we get to hear from God’s Word and to worship Him corporately.

When you come through our doors, you’ll be greeted warmly. If you have questions about where to go or about the meeting, our greeters will be able to answer them. The meeting starts with music at 10:00 AM. The meeting usually runs less than 90 minutes.

You’ll notice some folks who like to dress up for church and others who don’t. Most wear something in the range of business casual or generally casual. Feel free to wear what’s comfortable for you, and you’ll fit right in.

Do you have Children’s Ministry?

Yes. Children’s Ministry is provided from ages 2 all the way up to the 5th Grade. Music and announcements happen before our Children’s Ministry begins. There is a short break after announcements where you can take your kids downstairs to Children’s Ministry.

If you’re a first time guest and would like your child to enjoy our Children’s Ministry, we ask that you register your child. You can register your child in the Children’s Ministry hallway during the break.

What style of music do you sing?

Our music is focused on truths of the Gospel. We sing songs from a range of styles: from classic hymns to contemporary style. We also sing songs from newer artists like Rend Collective, the Gettys, CityAlight, Chris Tomlin, and Sovereign Grace Music.

We have a band, which usually has a keyboard, guitar, strings, percussion, and singers to help express our worship to God.

Need more information about the Gospel?

Here are two additional resources for you.

What is the Gospel? Christianity Explored