At Cross of Christ, we are convinced that we are supposed to be living our lives for people who are outside the faith. We believe that we are called to serve others. We want to invite you to join this amazing adventure called the Christian life.
"JUST AS THE SON OF MAN DID NOT COME TO BE SERVED, BUT TO SERVE,
AND TO GIVE HIS LIFE AS A RANSOM FOR MANY."
Members donate items and make up sack lunches on a given Sunday. These lunches and toiletries are delivered and shared with the homeless people downtown. Meets about every 6 weeks.
Members make and serve lunch and play games at the facility. (A Christian program featuring adventure-based therapy for struggling teenagers.)
Members provide and prepare a supper to serve the guests at the Ronald McDonald House.
Pastor Kevin and Jennet are working with Garuna Kids in Cambodia providing education to teachers and Pastors and providing for kids there.
On an appointed weekend in the fall the members of Cross of Christ do various serving projects for the Anthem and surrounding communities (helping individual families or organizations with various projects).
Members go into Phoenix, help prepare, and serve, an evening meal to the homeless men, women and families in the area.
Members collect various items to donate to the Foothills Food bank. Check the Sunday bulletin for the monthly item.
Members provide and prepare a Sunday (4th Sunday) noon meal for the homeless women and families at the Watkins Center downtown.
Groups travel to various countries to build homes for the needy and to share Christ's love to the people they serve.
Members visit other members of Cross of Christ or the community who are going through a “tough” time in their life or would just like a visit once in a while. The members bring a pot of tea, teacups, goodies, a devotion, hearts to listen, and prayers.
Stephen Ministry equips people in our congregation to provide one-to-one Christian care to people in our community who are experiencing difficulties in their lives.
Stephen Ministry is a confidential ministry. The identity of those receiving care and everything they discuss with a Stephen Minister remain private.