Our goal is to focus on what matters to Jesus locally and globally. We will make it our top priority to invest our time and resources in causes that are dear to Him. Specifically, we will be generous in helping those often overlooked and neglected, placing their needs above our own as a community. We aim to make a positive impact not just in our community of Greater Lansing but also across the globe by sharing the practical love of Jesus Christ with everyone we meet.
Our church is a community of believers who come together to share the message of Jesus. We also welcome those who may not believe in Jesus to attend our gatherings and learn more about him. We think it is important to share the good news of Jesus with people who are not part of our church community and may not have heard about him before. We are committed to going to places where people may not have access to the message of Jesus and sharing with them the hope, light, and freedom He offers.
We believe the most important thing is to love God and our neighbor. When we say "neighbor," we mean everyone around us, no matter who they are or what they look like. Having a diverse community is important because it helps us love and understand each other better. We don't care about things like people's age, how much money they have, or what race they are. What matters to us is our shared belief in Christ, who brings us all together and breaks down the barriers that might keep us apart. It saddens us to think that, in America, many people only spend time with others like them, especially on Sunday mornings. We want to be different from that.
Our mission is to spread the gospel's message throughout the city, touching the lives of every individual with diverse backgrounds. We strive to share the love of Jesus in tangible ways, making a real impact on each person's life. With our open arms, join us in fellowship.
Pastor Wright graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2007 and worked with a Christian ministry in Altoona, PA. He pursued a graduate degree in higher education while doing full-time campus ministry at Penn State Altoona University. He joined Crossroads Church in 2011 as a praise and worship music leader and has served as an elder since 2013. His interests include teaching about God's love, racial reconciliation, evangelism, and music.