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SOWA Music Guitar Bootcamp is welcoming ages 7-12 to learn the basic foundations of guitar, playing the songs you love, in a fun group environment. Bring your own guitar!


$150 per child

Fridays at 10 AM

122 N. Lowell Rd, Windham, NH




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Deadline for Journey Applications- Payment plans available!


Journey Discipleship course is starting Sunday, November 7th at 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Email completed applications to Bryan Larson, or contact him with any questions you may have!

Print/View the NH Journey Application 2021-2022 by clicking on the flyer below.


Fall Holy Ghost Forum hosted by Holy Fire Ministries


Receive anointed time of ministry and rich fellowship with pastors, church leaders, ministers and saints from NE and across the nation. Register Before Sept 30th for Early Registration Discount!


Baptisms If you are desiring to get water baptized, contact Dave Matte


EY (Emerging Youth) – 6:30 PM, is a gathering of ages of 12 – 18. Contact Josiah Armstrong to get involved:

Prayer Furnace 7 PM in the sanctuary, Come pray and worship with us!

Young Adult Group:  7 PM, contact Laura to get involved.

Join us for Life Groups

 List of Life Groups

Celebrate Recovery: 7:30 PM in the sanctuary – Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Contact Aaron to get involved

Join us for Life Groups

List of Life Groups 

First Principles: Class is at 6:30 PM. The First Principles Series is a set of 13, six-session Bible study guides used to establish believers and churches in the Christian faith. New enrollment occurs in  fall and spring.

Learn more about First Principles

Women: Join us every third Saturday morning of the month for Coffee & Conversation from 9 AM- 12 PM. Contact Anna Benedict at

Worship Service 10 AM. Find our messages HERE.

Children’s church drop off age 1 (& walking)-5 is across the street, at the Daycare, from 9:40 AM – 10:15 AM Ages 6-11 is in the main building’s hall

Learn more about Children’s church

Dreamers’ Ranch meat sale directly after service. Come buy our beef, lamb, pork, and eggs as available.

Pumpkinfest 2021

By Ashley Cook

Photo by Adriana Ciccarone

On Saturday, October 2nd, the Crossing Life Church put on its seventh Pumpkinfest, an annual fall festival. Pumpkinfest 2021 brought in many faces from across the state, and even from out of state. The weather was balmy, and the sun peaked in and out of the clouds over the largest turn out to date! With this festival always comes many things to do – games, hayrides, live music, concessions, and local vendors; something for the entire family to enjoy.


Many hands went into making this year stand out as one of the best yet. Vendors like Prancing Pony, Buxton Pizza Truck, the Crossing Life Church Concessions, Craft Market Vendors from our local community, and our very own Kerygma Cafe all made an appearance, producing a delicious selection of food and drink.


There were activities such as axe throwing and log splitting contests, along with a kid’s corner for families to experience face painting and other creative fall-themed entertainment. The usual humorous Dreamers’ Ranch fundraiser, the cow patty drop raffle, was transformed into a chicken drop raffle, bringing in money for the program and for the winner! For the first time, they also hosted a petting zoo filled with rabbits, chickens, and sheep, which was a popular attraction amongst the kids.


A stream of live music played throughout the day, with bands performing from noontime into the end of the night bonfires. Appearances from Billy Bones, Dave Spaulding, Mark Bishop Evans, Matt and Bekah Chenel, Serenade, and Andrew and the Intervention, all made for a wonderful and eclectic flow throughout the day.


Josiah Armstrong’s SOWA graced us with a live demonstration of martial arts mixed with dance, showcasing the talent and beauty that comes with the movement and discipline of body and spirit. The inspiring demonstration was followed by an interactive plank contest to remember for kids and adults alike, with Wes Shattuck winning the plank contest for a second year in a row, at 70 years old, with a total of eight minutes (and he could have gone longer!)


The highlight of the day, many reflected on, was the beauty of being able to come to an inviting place and spend time with their friends and loved ones. When creating space for the kingdom on earth, we always aim to cultivate a hospitable atmosphere, with loving people forefront in mind. All the hard work and dedication put in prior to a day like Pumpkinfest, is worth it when you look at everyone enjoying themselves and having fun-filled day. We are already looking forward to next year.


Our God has given us a land that has much to offer to those coming onto it, and Pumpkinfest was a successful expression of inviting others in to share the blessings! We are so thankful for what God is doing now and will continue to do in the future. Fall is upon us, and the harvest is ripe!