Committed to Gospel Witness
Crossroads is deeply committed to furthering the good news of Jesus Christ at home and abroad through fervent prayer, faithful encouragement, generous giving, and humble service for the glory of God and the good of all people.
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TOKYO, JAPAN // MISSION TO THE WORLD
Joe and Felicity Congdon, church planting with Mission to the World in Tokyo, Setagaya Ward. They also work with Reformed University Fellowship & a strategic intern residency program to reach and train college students for a lifetime of ministry. Their passion is to see Japan overflowing with the grace and blessings of Jesus Christ.
MANIPUR, INDIA // PRESBYTERIAN MISSION INTERNATIONAL
Pau and Kim Gualnum serving in Manipur, Northeast India. His ministry is teaching and training Indigenous Leadership Training Institute to be the leaders of the church through the Reformed School of Theology. Along with the help of fellow pastors and local hired teacher, Pau runs the institute. They have a fully functional campus as of July 2022, 8 residents in the campus dormitory, and a distant learning program in their dialect, and a one-week class in November.
PROVIDENCE, RI // RUF BROWN UNIVERSITY+ RISD
Travis served as a pastoral intern at Crossroads during his time at Covenant Seminary. Now he serves as a campus minister with Reformed University Fellowship at Brown. He is excited to begin this new call and asks us to pray that many students will come to know Christ in the coming years and learn to follow him for a lifetime.
NAGOYA, JAPAN // SERGE
Serving with the Serge Team to support Japanese church planters in their missional efforts. Daniel is currently in intensive language school and cultural immersion.
ST. LOUIS, MO // WASH U. REFORMED UNIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP
Campus Ministry with Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) on the WashU campus. Tim was ordained at by the Presbyterian Church in America at Crossroads in summer '22. Tim leads the RUF large group meetings, and works with the ministry team to host events and seminars. Tim and Rachel pray that this upcoming academic year will bring many students to Christ, and that the RUF ministry will help students transition to local churches.
ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA // MISSION TO THE WORLD
The Polks labor for the Kingdom of Christ in Ethiopia planting churches, training local leaders, and dreaming of starting a presbytery network of churches in the coming years. Liz is a licensed clinical social worker and has worked with youth and women's discipleship and support groups. They currently serve over 400 families affected by HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malnutrition, and other chronic health problems in some of the poorest neighborhoods of Addis Ababa.
Vasyl and Victoria live in West, Ukraine. They were displaced from their home and ministry with InterVarsity in East Ukraine because of the war, and they now serve in mercy ministries, youth and children Bible studies. Vasyl is gaining training and experience to be sent out as church planter and pastor with Mission to the World.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO // MISSION TO NORTH AMERICA
Matt and Sarah are planting a PCA church in Cape Girardeau, Missouri through Mission to North America. This church’s goal is to serve Cape by being true to the Reformed Faith, loving to our neighbor, and most of all by being all about Jesus. The Cape Girardeau church plant seeks to glorify our Savior by bringing people together across generational and economic barriers.
Joe’s Place offers homeless teens in our local school district a caring home environment that supports them for high school graduation, self-sufficiency, and positive transitions into their adult lives. Crossroads has been involved in partnership with Joe’s Place since the very beginning and continues to support its mission for the common good of our neighborhood.
MapleGOOD started in the early days of the COVID-19 outbreak to crowd source and distribute essential services and resources to the Maplewood Richmond Heights community, but with the energy and support of neighbors it has launched into an umbrella organization with multiple project arms. Learn more about their work here.