We're a traditional Baptist church family in Leesburg, Virginia that seeks to live out the Gospel and the Great Commission each day by following the example of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Friends, we were blessed to come together and sing praise to God this morning and spend time in His word. Consider spending time in Romans 8:1-17 this week. My apologies that sermon was not recorded due to my error and will not be available on YouTube. Have a blessed week! - Pastor Richard Fuller
"Thanks be to God through Jesus Christ our Lord!" (Romans 7:25a) Jesus Christ once told His disciples "The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak", when they couldn't stay awake and keep watch. Friends, even believers continue to struggle with sin and temptation. This morning we took an encouraging look at Paul's addressing of the issue in Romans 7:14-25. May the Lord bless you and keep you this week! https://youtu.be/2dddpYUomaU
Sermon from the Sunday morning worship service at Crossroads Baptist Church in Leesburg, Virginia on July 19, 2020. Pastor Richard L. Fuller preaching on Rom...
Praising God this morning for His goodness and grace, we worshiped Him in song, prayer, and through proclaiming His word. We started the seventh chapter of Romans this morning, looking at how we are freed from death and joined to Christ. Below is the sermon link. Have a blessed week! https://youtu.be/suxqKX-oh1k
Sermon from the Sunday morning worship service at Crossroads Baptist Church in Leesburg, Virginia on July 12, 2020. Pastor Richard L. Fuller preaching on Rom...
Happy Sunday! What a wonderful day to be in God's word together. This morning we concluded Romans 6, which concludes with, "But now having been freed from sin and enslaved to God, you derive your benefit, resulting in sanctification, and the outcome, eternal life. For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord." Praise God that we are not a slave to sin anymore, but that we are a bond servants to the King of Kings. Here is the message from today's service. May the Lord bless you and keep you this week. https://youtu.be/JeYpLESAR3w
Sermon from the Sunday morning worship service at Crossroads Baptist Church in Leesburg, Virginia on July 5, 2020. Pastor Richard L. Fuller preaching on Roma...
Friends and neighbors, it's a beautiful day to worship God and be in His word. This morning we started into the 6th chapter of Romans, concluding with this wonderful verse: "For sin shall not be master over you, for you are not under the law but under grace" - Romans 6:14. You're invited to join with our church family in worshiping the Lord each Sunday at 11:00am. Below is the message preached this morning. If you would like to see when future messages are posted to our YouTube channel, click the subscribe button when watching the video. Have a blessed week!
Sermon from the Sunday morning worship service at Crossroads Baptist Church in Leesburg, Virginia on June 28, 2020. Pastor Richard L. Fuller preaching on Rom...
Praise God from whom all blessings flow! We spent the morning together in God's word finishing the fifth chapter of Romans and singing hymns to the Lord. Here is the message from this morning's service. Join us next week at 11:00 for our weekly worship service. May the Lord richly bless you this week! https://youtu.be/_-aIZ49PcgM
Sermon from the Sunday morning worship service at Crossroads Baptist Church in Leesburg, Virginia on June 21, 2020. Pastor Richard L. Fuller preaching on Rom...
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Gloria a Dios quien nos permite una vez más junto a tree of life ministry mostrar su amor a la comunidad de leesburg!
Gálatas 5: 14 Porque toda la ley en esta sola palabra se cumple: Amarás a tu prójimo como a ti mismo.
Blessed by God, we praised Him together in person this morning as we opened His word to Romans, chapter 5. Join us next week at 11:00 as we worship through song, prayer, and hearing His word. https://youtu.be/8UH4lITsI9Q
Sermon from the Sunday morning worship service at Crossroads Baptist Church in Leesburg, Virginia on June 14, 2020. Pastor Richard L. Fuller preaching on Rom...
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Praise the Lord! It is a beautiful day to worship our almighty God and Father. If you missed our first in-person worship service and the Lord's Supper this morning, here is the preached message from Romans 4:16-25 on "An Example of Faith", looking at how Paul uses Abraham as an example in his epistle to Rome as one who had faith credited as righteousness, and what that means for us. May the Lord bless you and keep you this week! We look forward to seeing many of you next Sunday at 11:00.
Sermon from the Sunday morning worship service at Crossroads Baptist Church in Leesburg, Virginia on June 7, 2020. Pastor Richard L. Fuller preaching on Roma...
Friends and Neighbors, we're excited to have our first worship service at the church since March 15th tomorrow at 11:00am. If you are planning on attending, please read below. Members and frequent visitors have received an email this afternoon with this same information. The sermon will be posted to our YouTube page in the early afternoon for you if you are not attending in person. We are taking as many precautions as we can to ensure a safe worship service, but if you are unsure or if you are not interested in following the safety protocols, please worship at home. Also, if you or a family member is sick or at a high risk, please stay home and do not place yourself or your fellow church family members at unnecessary risk. For everyone, it is safer to worship at home. One of the wonderful things about an almighty and omnipresent God is that we can worship by ourselves or with our family in our home when it's best to do so, but we look forward to all being able to worship together (not neglecting meeting together - Hebrews 10:25) at a better time. Please read everything below, as this is important for everyone's sake.
- We are limited to 48 people in the church (50% of building occupancy). Our normal full attendance hovers around 35, therefore this is not much of a concern, but we will limit attendence if needed.
- Maintain 6-foot separation from others at all times, except for families. Please keep your children with you at all times. There will be more chairs in the sanctuary than usual to enable us to spread out. If you arrive early, please sit closer to the walls or the front, so that people arriving later do not need to pass closely to you in order to find a seat. If you arrive later, please select seating that is 6' from the nearest person.
- Wearing of a face covering/mask is required in order to attend the service for the duration of the service. One of our members has made some very nice masks that will be in the narthex/foyer in case you need one (I'll be wearing one from her - they're quite comfortable!).
- No items will be passed - this includes the offering plate and the Lord's Supper (tomorrow is the Lord's Supper - 1st Sunday). Here is what we have arranged:
*Offerings - A white offering box is in the narthex/foyer of the church for you to drop offering envelopes/checks before or after the service. Please do not contribute any cash at this time. Alternatively, you may mail a check to the church or use our new online giving page (click here to go to the online offering page).
*The Lord's Supper - Commercially produced, pre-wrapped wafers and juice in individual servings will be set out on the table as you arrive. Please pick up one for yourself and any family members taking communion. Please do not touch any of the other cups, and please do not return any if you take too many. After the service, please deposit the used cups in the waste bin on your way out.
*Bulletins, Hymnals, and Pew Bibles - There will be no bulletins tomorrow, and no Bibles or hymnals will be available. If you do not have a Bible or a Bible application for a smartphone/tablet, the church will provide you with the gift of a Bible that will be yours to keep.
- Thorough Cleaning - We have made an effort to ensure the church is clean. We will be sanitizing door handles and other touched surfaces before and after the service. The classrooms and kitchen will remain locked to prevent the need to clean these in the brief period between services.
- Signage - The mandated signage is posted in accordance with the guidelines.
- The doors will be open to allow touch-free entry and exit, and to increase airflow. Some windows in the sanctuary will also be open.
- A sanitizing station with hand sanitizer is available for use upon entry and exit. Please consider bringing your own sanitizer, as it is still difficult for the church to source.
- Youth and Children must remain with their families during the service and may not wander the building. The classrooms, children's room, and nursery are closed and locked.
- Restrooms are clean, open, and available, but we encourage you to avoid using them as much as possible. The service will be less than an hour, by design, in an effort to keep this need low.
- The kitchen will remain closed and locked; there will not be coffee or refreshments available.
Departure: When departing, please exit in an orderly and timely manner, allowing space to be maintained between you/your family and others. There is plenty of room to maintain social distance and continue catching up in the parking lot.
Things to Bring:
Bible or smart device with Bible application
A mask for each family member
Hand sanitizer for yourself and your family
Offering (checks only, envelopes preferred)
A sheet or cover for the chairs - if you would like to limit contact with the chairs, please feel free to bring something to cover them.
If you have any questions or concerns, please send a message through Facebook messenger, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
May the Lord bless you and keep you this evening.
We'll be in Titus, Chapter 2 this morning. Welcome!
Online Service Only This Week! - Friends, family, and neighbors, we're looking forward to seeing everyone online this week for what hopefully will be our last online worship service. We're thankful that tomorrow Northern Virginia is entering Phase 1 in the state reopening plan, and we have received the detailed guidelines for holding services. This next week we'll be implementing all of the mandatory requirements and examining some of the "best practices" outlined by the state (see link below). We're excited to see everyone on 7 June! Praise God that we can be together again soon.https://www.governor.virginia.gov/media/governorvirginiagov/governor-of-virginia/pdf/Virginia-Forward-Phase-One-Religious-Services-Guidelines.pdf
Good morning! This is part 1 of 2 - the live transmission was interrupted, but resumed in a second video immediately following. For the rest of the video, see the next live posted video from this morning.
[05/24/20] Friends and neighbors, our service will be online-only again tomorrow morning at 11:00am. We've been planning for and are looking forward to in-person services once the governor enacts phase 1 of the Northern Virginia reopening plan, and we have prudent measures and procedures in place for everyone's health and safety. Remember this passage from our series on Peter: "Submit yourselves for the Lord’s sake to every human institution, whether to a king as the one in authority, or to governors as sent by him for the punishment of evildoers and the praise of those who do right. For such is the will of God that by doing right you may silence the ignorance of foolish men. Act as free men, and do not use your freedom as a covering for evil, but use it as bondslaves of God. Honor all people, love the brotherhood, fear God, honor the king." - 1 Peter 2:13-17
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If you're out and about, please consider picking up a few extra items for our Food Pantry. Thank you in advance!
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Food Pantry is this Saturday and we need some help.
Our plan going forward is to hold our major Food Pantry distribution on the 2nd Saturday of each month (like always) and to hold a supplemental distribution on the 4th Saturday of each month. So, our next one is May 23rd.
As you can see, our shelves are a little bare. We keep asking you all always come through -- for this we are unceasingly grateful.
Particular needs this week include: rice & black beans, cereal, canned fruit & veg, cooking oil (smaller bottles), tortillas, TP, paper towels, soap, shampoo, and diapers.
Please give as you are able -- thanks again.
Friends and neighbors, we invite you to hear God's word proclaimed in Spanish by Pastor Giovanny Ortiz as he preaches on Psalm 51. |
Amigos y vecinos, los invitamos a escuchar la palabra de Dios proclamada en español por el pastor Giovanny Ortiz mientras predica en el Salmo 51.
Welcome! This is the day that the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it!
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If you're out and about, please consider picking up a few of the items listed below. We would very much appreciate it!
Friends and neighbors - Thank you to those of you who have asked about giving to the church online during these times. Below is the link to our online giving page. May the Lord bless you and keep you! https://give.idonate.com/crossroads-baptist-church-leesburg/give
give.idonate.com Thank you for giving to the church a portion of that which God has provided to you. Your giving makes a difference as we seek to impact lives with the love of Christ. May the Lord bless you and keep you.
[05/03/20] Friends, my apologies for the cutting short of the message today. While still cut short, the replay seems to play back better and more smoothly than the live stream sent, if you missed or were unable to watch live. We'll continue to work on the issue this week. Thank you for your patience - God bless you and keep you this week.
Good morning and happy Sunday! We'll be worshiping this morning online at 11:00, here on Facebook Live and examining how God speaks to us. I invite you to prepare your hearts in prayer this morning and listen thoughtfully to this old 1912 hymn, "In The Garden", by C. Austin Miles. This is the Alan Jackson version, although Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Brad Paisley, Doris Day, and many others have sung this precious hymn. May the Lord bless your morning with Him.
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group In The Garden · Alan Jackson Precious Memories ℗ 2005 ACR Records, LLC, under exclusive license to EMI Records N...
Christ conquered death! Join us as we celebrate our risen Lord and Savior tomorrow at 11:00am on Facebook Live.
"Rejoice in the Lord always; and again I say, rejoice!" (Philippians 4:4) You're welcome to join us for our Facebook Live message this morning at 11:00.
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