CrossLight is contemporary Christian Church located in Petersburg, Virginia. We are a fellowship of believers which purpose is to know God through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to equip believers through discipleship and showing God's love. We aim to reach people in the Tri-Cities areaand in the unreached nations of the world with the life-giving message ofJesus, that they might become fully devoted followers to Christ. We strive to reach a hungry world with Jesus Christ through obedience to the Great Commission. We believe in the God of the Bible and have embraced the salvation provided through His Son, Jesus Christ. We believe God is at work today through the power of His Holy Spirit. Our worship is informal, spontaneous and Spirit lead and we rejoice in giving praises to our God.
We are a “come as you are church” and all our welcome to CrossLight Assembly of God. We pray in advance that you experience God as He leads you in our service and that you are blessed by our church family.
27 Seyler Dr Petersburg, VA 23805
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Audio Bibles Available for Blind at No Charge
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Encounter 2015: Pentecostal Pastors and Prayer Leaders to Unite for Prayer
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North Texas District Responds to Foster Care Needs
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