Touching Lives is recorded at Cross Pointe Church in Duluth, GA – near Atlanta.
Cross Pointe has a unique history beginning in 2001 when God stirred the heart of Dr. Merritt to start a new church. God’s direction was confirmed in 2003 when a group of men, led by the Holy Spirit, purchased a former missile manufacturing plant and 70 acres of land and donated it to become the meeting place of the new church. This property is located at one of the most highly traveled interchanges in Metro Atlanta, and is within 15 minutes of nearly 1 million area residents. It is truly God’s location for His church!
Cross Pointe’s mission is to “Love God, Serve Others & Share Your Story”.
In Acts 2 we see a picture of the church committed to worship, caring for one another, prayer, the study of the Scriptures, serving the community and world and sharing the gospel. This example of the early church is one that is still followed to this day. First century Christ-followers were not called Christians. They were known both for their association with Christ--who they were--and their lives in following the commands of Christ--what they did. At Cross Pointe, we identify ourselves with Christ--it's who we are. And our mission statement defines our actions as a church--what we do.
9:15 & 11:00 am All services at Cross Pointe are on Sunday morning. Dr. Merritt preaches in both services each Sunday morning.
Cross Pointe is located approximately 30 minutes north of downtown Atlanta, GA just off of I-85.
1800 Satellite Blvd
Duluth, GA 30097
phone : 678.812.4500
From the North
|Take I-85 South to exit #109 - Old Peachtree Road / Sugarloaf Parkway. Take the off ramp for Old Peachtree Road and turn right. Go to the second light and turn left on Satellite Boulevard. The entrance to Cross Pointe is approximately 1/2 mile on the left.|
From the South
|Take I-85 North to exit #108 - Sugarloaf Parkway. This exit will take you to a collection corridor that will lead you to the Sugarloaf Parkway exit. Take the exit and turn right on Sugarloaf Parkway. Take the first right onto Satellite Boulevard. The entrance to Cross Pointe is the second drive on the right.|