The word, ‘Community’, is in the middle of our name, and it is our desire to be right in the middle of our community!


Whenever there is a fifth Sunday in a month, we gather for a briefer worship service, then we scatter into the community to help where we can. In the past, we have helped individual residents, and with community needs. For example, we have teamed up with the Pride Committee and the Parks Committee to accomplish several community projects.

Recovery Support Group

A faith-based recovery group based on Biblical and 12 Step principles – Meets Fridays at 7 pm
CrossPointe’s Recovery Group seeks to offer support and encouragement in personal recovery by combining the use of biblical principles and the principles of the 12-step program. The hope is to encourage others to become willing to accept God’s grace and forgiveness in helping to recover from life’s difficulties. We offer a safe place to share our experiences, strengths, and hopes with one another; to be able to grow spiritually; and to free us to establish stronger, healing relationships with others and with our personal, loving, forgiving Lord Jesus Christ.
For more information on the Recovery Ministry, contact Chuck L. via phone: 330-321-3098 or email:

Grief Support Ministry

A 13-week support group that meets on Monday evenings at 6:30 PM. The first meeting for this 13-week session is  May 14th. Each meeting stands on its own, so you may join at any time during the 13 week period.   If you are interested in participating or have questions, please call Annie at 330-807-8148.


Community Meal

On the last Friday of each month, CrossPointe provides a free dinner to anyone who wishes to attend. The menu includes a meat, vegetables, dessert, and beverages. Come hungry, and see some old friends…or make some new ones! We are grateful to the local Lions Club, whose donation from Polar Bear 5K Run/Walk & Jump proceeds help to fund this ministry.

Polar Bear 5K Run/Walk & Jump

Speaking of the Polar Bear, we have a wonderful time each winter assisting the local Lions Club with this fun-filled community event. Mark your calendar – it’s coming up January 27, 2018. Visit the Lions Club website for more info!

BTG@VillageBridging the Gap (BTG)

Pastor Randy (Beatles) K’Meyer and Jimmy (Buffet) Brandenburg are members of our Sunday worship band. They have formed a little group that is getting a reputation for playing classic rock and some country music. BTG occasionally plays at the Village Inn, and at other community events.