to expect when you visit
Three Crosses is the work of three previous United Methodist Churches that have combined our talents and assets to create a new church for the community. We are a church that is devoted to reaching up to God, into ourselves, and out to the world with the love of Jesus Christ. If you would like to explore how Jesus can transform your life, we would love to meet you!

What we offer
Our church family is a place of love and support. We have two vibrant worship services. A traditional service at 9:15 am and
The Junction @ Three Crosses, a contemporary service at 11:30 am on Sunday mornings. We are blessed with children (almost 25% of our worshipers are under 10 years old). We live to love and support kids! Along with worship we offer various ways to join the family. We have Sunday school for all ages, 5 small groups, 2 weekly Bible studies, a weekly prayer meeting, Youth Group and short term study groups. We also have several monthly opportunities to join including; cooking club, UMW, game nights and other fellowship events. We also run Healing Care Groups, designed to help you recover the heart that God has intended you to have from the moment He created you.

How we share our gifts
We encourage everyone to use their gift for the glory of God. If you can sing, join the choir. If you can teach, lead a class. If you can fish, host a charter to Lake Erie. If you enjoy doing it, we’ll find a way to use that passion for Jesus. If you are unsure about your talents and gifts, join one of our classes that help you find that special gift God has placed in your life. We’ll help you discover it, train you to use it, and mentor you as you grow in Christ. Everyone is encouraged to be involved!

If you would like to receive our monthly newsletter, please send a request to [email protected].  It is available via email or hard copy mailed to your home. If you wish to be removed from the mailing list, contact the office via the email address above or leave a message on the church’s answering machine at 419-883-3121.  If you don’t want to change anything, do nothing and you will continue to receive your newsletter as usual.

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Rental Information

If you are interested in renting our New Fellowship Hall contact the church office. Seating for 265 people with full commercial kitchen and audio/video system!


Three Crosses  a United Methodist Fellowship               2014

Three Crosses 12 Cleveland Street, Butler, Ohio  44822

Phone: 419.883.3121     e-mail: [email protected] Map/Directions

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