Cross Roads Bible Church will celebrate its move to a new location on Sept. 18.

On that Sunday, they will hold an all-ages Sunday School at 2 p.m. and a worship service at 3:30 p.m. Following this they will hold a fellowship dinner for any and all to get to know one another and Pastor Chris Pixley, and to ask any questions and have discussions.

Founded in 2013 by a group of believers in Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station, Cross Roads moved its services a few months ago to Conduit Church on 1642 Lewisburg Pike in Franklin. Conduit has morning services and Cross Roads conducts theirs in the afternoons.

“We are just an independent conservative Bible-teaching church and we offer a regular expository approach to preaching the Bible on Sundays and we believe that the Bible is the word of God- it is powerful and can transform lives and we want to get it into the minds and hearts of our people and we are just trying to let the community know where we are when we are meeting and invite them to come check us out,” Pixley said.

Pixley, who has been preaching for more than 10 years, came to Cross Roads in 2014 with his family to the Spring Hill area in June of 2014 from Grace Bible Church of Brandon, Florida.

The aim of Crossroads Bible Church is to uphold a high view of God, His Word, and His gospel through verse-by-verse teaching of the Bible with the goal of understanding and applying the truth so as to encourage a growing love for others and continued growth in righteousness. Sunday School starts each Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. and Worship Service starts at 3:30 p.m. inside the Conduit Church Campus at the intersection of Interstate 840 and Hwy. 431.

Pixley came to a saving knowledge of Christ as a 17-year-old high school student and began pursuing vocational ministry almost immediately.  Having served churches in Texas, California, Arkansas, Florida, and Tennessee, Chris has been involved in pastoral ministry for nearly 25 years.  Additionally, he served as a Pastoral Correspondent for John MacArthur at Grace to You until 2001. He graduated from The Master’s Seminary in 2000 and has made it his aim since to shepherd God’s people through the regular exposition of God’s Word as the hallmark of his ministry.