Cross Pointe Missions

Cross Pointe’s mission statement is “Building Relationships with God, Family, Friends, and our World,” and nowhere is that vision more evident than in mission!

 

We considers it a privilege to minister to those in our own community of Northwest Arkansas, as well as all over our country and the world!

Our Local Missions

George Elementary

George Elementary is an elementary school in Springdale with a high percentage of the children living below the poverty level.

 

We’re blessed to be able to help the teachers and students of George through multiple partnerships each schoolyear!

Maples Nursing Home

Our church holds worship services three Sundays per month for the residents of The Maples at Har-Ber Meadows in Springdale.

 

In addition, our church ministers here in a variety of other ways throughout the year.

2018 Mission Trips

Navajo Nation, Arizona
(June 9th-17th)
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Help with construction and a Kid’s Club as you build relationships with the Navajo Indians and enjoy some sightseeing on the way there and back.

Leaders

Dave Creek (479-841-9415) and JoElla Gerlt (479-409-9585)

Cost

Approximately $750 per person. $100 non-refundable deposit when registering. Each participant will receive at least 20% of the cost of the trip from the church.

Mission Arlington
(June 17th-22nd)
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For students that are currently in 6th-12th grade. While there you will lead Vacation Bible School to underprivileged elementary kids in the Arlington area. You will also have the opportunity to catch a Texas Rangers baseball game and go to an amusement park.

Leader

Garris Hudson, Student Pastor (ghudson@crosspointenwa.com, 479.549.8345)

Cost

$150 per person. A $50 non-refundable deposit is required when registering. Each participant will receive at least 20% of the cost of the trip from the church.

Puerto Rico
(June 22nd-27th)
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For students that are currently in 9th-12th grade. While there you’ll help to address poverty and homelessness by partnering with local organizations. Service in Puerto Rico is highly relational, whether you’re working with children, youth or people in rehab programs. Hear from local residents of Arecibo about the unique aspects of life on the island — in this culture, listening to stories is an act of service. You’ll also have the chance to visit the beach, attend a church service and share a community meal.

Leader

Garris Hudson, Student Pastor (ghudson@crosspointenwa.com, 479.549.8345)

Cost

$1,100-$1,200 per person. A $100 non-refundable deposit is required when registering. Each participant will receive at least 20% of the cost of the trip from the church.