Worship Ministry

Worship Ministry

We have an exciting Worship Ministry at Crossroads Baptist Church! Our Worship Ministry leads our congregation in dynamic worship every Sunday. Our goal is to lead our church to worship our Savior every Sunday morning. From hymns and classics to modern praise music, we seek to provide music that will allow everyone to encounter our God in each time of worship. There are many opportunities for you to serve in our ministry through our Choir, Praise Team, Orchestra, and our Praise Band.

Weekly Connect Points

  • Choir Rehearsal
    Sundays 5 - 6 p.m.

  • Instrumental Rehearsal
    Sundays 6 - 7 p.m.

  • Pre-Service Rehearsal
    Sundays 8 a.m.


The Crossroads Choir spans generations and faithfully leads our church family in worship each week. The Choir is open for all who are interested in joining and does not require an audition. Participating in our Choir is a great way to serve.

Praise Team

The Crossroads Praise Team consists of four to six choir members who serve faithfully in our Worship Ministry. This group aids in leading and connecting with our congregation through worship each Sunday.


The Crossroads Orchestra serves most Sunday mornings in both our 9:00 and 10:30 services. Orchestra members also serve in our annual Christmas cantata and various worship events throughout the year. Pastor Shane Padgett leads this group of musicians who serve faithfully each week.

Praise Band

Our Praise Band is a vital part of our Worship Ministry, providing structure in our weekly worship music. This group, consisting of acoustic, electric, and bass guitars as well as percussion, are called upon to serve weekly in our Sunday morning services and other special worship services.

Kids Praise

Kids Praise Choir consists of children who are enrolled in K4 through fifth grade. This worship choir gives our kids the opportunity to lead various Sunday morning worship services throughout the year. It also provides an opportunity for our younger generation to see and understand that they are not only the future of the church but are the church now.