At the Crossroads (Crossroads Bible Church)

with Jerry Mitchell

Sunday at 8:30 am

425-747-6750
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In November 1962, seven families gathered to pray about reaching the Eastside. It was their conviction that Bellevue needed a church that taught the Bible. Five short months later, in April 1963, they incorporated and quickly began to grow.

During the church's first two years, our small congregation met in the auditorium of the Washington Natural Gas Company (across the street from the Crossroads Post Office). In January 1964, the founders purchased our previous property on NE 8th in Bellevue and began to build. In December of 1964, we moved into the Crossroads facility off NE 8th.

In 2004, we moved into our current building with very thankful hearts.  The Lord has blessed us with a beautiful facility which has enabled us to reach out to our community...come by and we would love to show you around and have you be part of our family!

From it's earliest years, Crossroads Bible Church has been committed to teaching the Bible and outreach. Even the original budget of $250 per month included 10% going to missions.

Stop by our History Wall in our church office, and stop by the Crossroads Cafe as well. We look forward to seeing you.

God bless you!

The CBC Staff and Family

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