About Crossroads

Crossroads Baptist Church is located in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, at 243 West Dixie Avenue.  You can find out more about us by visiting our website.  If you are in the area, we would love to have you visit with us.

At Crossroads, we hope you find a warm, caring, friendly church where people make you feel at home. There is a Welcome Center designed to help you find what you need. What you won’t find at Crossroads is someone pressuring you to get involved or make a decision before you are ready.

We offer a casual environment (coats and ties are allowed, they just don’t show up very often!) with life-giving worship and a practical message from God’s Word.

Some people choose to keep their children with them and worship as a family, while others make use of our nurseries and Children’s Church. Whichever you choose, we hope everyone in your family is blessed as they worship with us.


8 Responses to About Crossroads

  1. Amy says:

    Is there a way to subscribe to your blog and receive email updates? I really enjoyed the post about Duck Dynasty. Thanks!

  2. Judy Thompson says:

    Pastor Rob
    I live in Springfield Tn but grew up in Glendale. Just read your article on “What the Duck Commander is selling” ironically passed on to me by one of my coworkers! Amazing take, you hit it on the nail! Thanks for your insight and the lives you have touched.

    Judy Thompson

  3. Lee Bryan says:

    Hey Pastor Rob ! Pastor Lee Bryan, Living Word Church, Kilgore / Longview, Texas thanks for keen Spiritual observation. Praise God for the family of God that meets in buildings called church all over the land but is truly just one in Christ Jesus. Ephesians 3:20; Would be my desire for your ministry. Think Large our God is awesome !

  4. Bob says:

    Is there a way for me to link/share your post on Duck Dynasty… (Our Pastor has met with him and I think even Duck hunted with him… we spent a Sunday learning more about his faith…

  5. Sheri says:

    Appreciate your insight not just about the Robertsons, but about the culture we live in today. Working with teens in my church and community outside of the St. Louis area, I am confronted weekly with the struggles these kids face on a daily basis. Teens today are looking for authentic adults who are real in their everyday lives, who are willing to share their struggles and their victories. When this happens, just as on Duck Dynasty, they are more willing to listen to and receive the Gospel message. God Bless you for you boldness for Christ.


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