CrossPoint Church SpotlightAug 27, 2018 03:35PM ● By Travis Barton
CrossPoint Church's Taylorsville Meeting house. (Courtesy/Logan Wolf)
closer to Christ. Come interact with God. Come feel love and support in your
These are the messages from Crosspoint Church. Every week, a Sunday service is given at 10:30 a.m. at the Taylorsville meeting house. There are no requirements. Show up in jeans or with a car load of kids. Services offer music, prayers and a short sermon by Pastor Logan Wolf.
“We want to create a worship setting where people can come in and feel like they have an authentic, genuine encounter with God. We also want to create a community where people will encourage you and help you on that spiritual journey,” Wolf said.
Crosspoint continues their Christian message through service to local charities. They partner with Operation Underground Railroad that rescues adults and children from human trafficking around the world; Holding Out HELP that helps people escape polygamy; and Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition. “We want to make an impact where God has placed us at this time,” Wolf said.
The church also holds a weekday meeting, again, open to all. Group meetings offer a safe place for individuals to voice concerns, doubts and questions they have about anything and everything. The group offers support, sympathy and a loving hand.
Crosspoint is a multi-site Christian ministry. There are two campuses: One in Taylorsville and one in Provo. Both offer the same services but serve the different communities. Wolf is minister at each campus. The doctrine taught is part of the Free Will Baptist denomination.
Location and service information:
Sunday Morning (Taylorsville) 10:30 a.m. at 5445 S. 2700 West in Taylorsville.
Sunday Night (Provo) 5 p.m. at 909 N. Freedom Blvd. in Provo.