Our Mission

Love God, Love Others, and Make Disciples

Our Core Values

Worship. We believe that worshipping together each week is just something we do and we believe that we should do it as best as we possibly can. Worship is a life blood for everyone so, we are committed to being a community that worships as a church family each week. Worship at CrossPoint strives to be relevant for every person.

Community We not only strive to create community inside our walls and in the community around us. We believe that people are called to be a part of a vibrant faith community.  We want everyone to be a part of what we call a LifeGroup…a small group of people who meet on a regular basis to talk about life and faith. We’re also involved in doing work right in the neighborhoods right around us.  Each campus is involved in their local elementary school, we offer a clothing and food bank, we have a home repair ministry…the opportunities are endless.

Preaching and Teaching. The preaching and teaching ministries of CrossPoint are a super important part of the journey every believe is on with Jesus. Being a lifelong learner and wanting to know more about who Jesus is and what it looks like to follow him is vital to our personal and spiritual growth. Each week we provide a message and teaching that helps us grow in our faith. We provide classes that help believers grow in the faith and life with Jesus. Preaching and teaching is what we do every week.

World Missions. We are uncompromisingly steadfast about needing to reach people around the world with the message of Jesus Christ and the salvation he offers all of us.  From our work in the greater Harrisburg area to Sierra Leone, West Africa to Todd and Mary Beth Saurman, the missionaries we support in South East Asia.  Reaching out around the world is something God has called us to.

Innovation. This core value speaks to the risk-taking DNA that is a part of a congregation that started as a risk in 1924. CrossPoint has never been satisfied with the status quo.  We’ve never been satisfied with doing just enough. We have tried and succeeded at many different ministries and we’ve sent out many leaders…why, because the church needs innovators.