Welcome to Crosslight Family Ministries.  We pride ourselves in welcoming you with open arms.  We feel connected to this neighborhood and in turn are pleased to know that our members have thrived through our ministries.  Join us and you too will feel God's love through our Family fellowship and other services.  We hope our website highlights the variety of worship, fellowship and opportunities available.  Please feel free to read more about our church, or come in for a visit.  We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbors.


The Holy Bible is the Word of God written by Men that were supernaturally guided by the Holy Spirit,                   2 Timothy 3:16. The Godhead is the Trinity, comprised of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.   All things were created by Him and for Him, Colossians 1:16.  Jesus Christ is the Son of God, He was born of a virgin, lived His life on earth, was crucified, died and rose again.  Through belief in Him we are forgiven through grace and will reside with Him for all eternity, John 3:16.  We believe in baptism by water as a sign of one's belief.  The baptism of the Holy Spirit is a gift from God that is meant for all believers, Acts 1:5

Service Times

Sunday Morning Prayer at 9:00am to 9:45am

Sunday Morning Service at 10:00am

Wednesday Adult Bible Study at 7:00pm

Friday Verocity Youth & Crosslight Kids at 7:00pm

Additional services will be announced on our

annoucements below.

Morning Mo

Rom. 11:14
     “if by any means I may provoke to jealousy those who are my flesh and save some of them.”
Have we considered that what God is doing in our live is for the purpose of provoking some to be jealous so as to create in them a desire the things of God as well. Paul say’s that he “magnifies his ministry to provoke “some to be saved.” We may think that by lifting up what God is doing in our lives may cause offense to those that don’t know Jesus. When we express our testimony of Gods blessings from a grateful heart, it may cause some to become jealous, or desirous of Jesus. Paul says that “some may be saved.” Not everyone will heed the call of the goodness and grace of God, but “some” will. God has chosen you and I to stir up the things of God in those we meet. He does that through our loving Him in the way we present Him. Not in pride or ego. Not in a pious or “holier than you” attitude. But in a passionate expression of His love for every one that “some may be save.” Don’t hold back the praises of Jesus blessing out of fear of offense. Instead magnify the Lord that “some may be saved.” 
Jesus “The Reason for this Season”
Pastor Paul Scheumack                                                                             (previous posts on the Blog tab)