Cross Style Church of the Nazarene
Who We Are
We have discovered through the Word and personal relationship with Christ an attitude which is the basis of the Kingdom of God. It is the attitude of the cross. Christ did not live His own life, but surrendered His life to the Father. This surrender was so complete it could be called “death.” Thus the death of Christ on the cross was only a physical display of the style of His life. Jesus did not operate on His own or out of His own resource, but lived in the continual flow of what the Father would do through Him.
If we produce a Christianity which is a product of our own discipline and action, we have not produced Christianity but a religion. Through the indwelling of the Spirit of Christ, He will live His life through us. The wonder of Christianity is the outside God who has come to be inside our personal lives. He is sourcing us which enables us to live far beyond ourselves. This intimate relationship with the indwelling Christ is the heart of the belief of the Cross Style Church.
Our Core Values
A consuming focus on and response to the indwelling Person of Jesus producing:
The New Testament life of being sourced by Him through the Spirit
The exposition of the Word as a lifestyle and basis for all ministry
The proclamation of the Message to as many people as possible
The facilitation and discipleship of others in the Message
- 09:00am - Bible Study for all ages
- 10:00am - Sunday Morning Worship Service
- 06:30pm - Discipleship Class in the Word
- 06:00pm - We serve a free dinner at 5pm with a service following at 6pm
What to Expect
What Members SayAdd your voice
Emily BallFornicating I’m church??
Micheal staniferThis church is a disgrace. I comment you on helping those in recovery, but I do not accept that fact that it’s ok for your men and women in recovery to be hooking up at church. Yes this is happening as we speak. Your house managers, are setting a horrible example
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