Who We Are:
The Crossroads Seventh-day Adventist Church is a congregation of dedicated believers. The church was formed from a small band of seekers who attended a series of evangelistic meetings presented by Robb Long in 1996. Believing in the gospel message and truths presented, this group formed a company (newly organized congregation) as recognized by the Iowa-Missouri Seventh-day Adventist Conference in August 1997. The small congregation then achieved official church status the following year in August 1998. During these two years the assembly met for church services every Sabbath (Saturday) in the Wesley Hall of the First United Methodist Church of Warrensburg. The congregation was led by Pastor Eddie Cabrera. Through faith and prayer the congregation was able to purchase the property and facilities of its current location at the northeast corner of the intersection of Highways 50 and 58 from the New Apostolic Church in 1999.
Meeting times - Sabbath (Saturday) Morning: 9:45 AM - Sabbath School/Bible Study
11:00 AM - Worship service.
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM Mid-week service
Potluck vegetarian lunch: Second and Fourth Sabbath of each month
Current Pastor: Seth Coridan, who also serves the Sedalia Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Current church officers: Head Elder - Wes Owen; Head Deacon - Gary Grossenbacher Jr.; Church Treasurer - Gary Grossenbacher,
Church Clerk - Gail Grossenbacher
Correspondence for the church should be sent to P.O. Box 523, Warrensburg, MO 64093 or call 660-656-3332.
Visitors are always welcome
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