CrossFaith Steeple Goes Up On New Church Building

March 6, 2008

cfsteep20.jpgThe steeple was raised at the new CrossFaith Church building on Highway 29 in Molino Wednesday morning.

“It is a huge blessing,” Pastor Rob Hines said as he watched the steeple settle onto the roof of the new building.

There is a big missions conference scheduled for the church in mid April, and Hines fully expects to be in the building by then. He hopes that the congregation will be meeting in the new sanctuary by the end of this month, if all goes as planned.

The building includes a 300 seat sanctuary, a fellowship hall area that will double as a youth meeting room, classroom space and offices.

The church is currently located on Molino Road. That building has been put up for sale.

For a complete photo gallery of the steeple going up and from the inside of the church, click here.


One Response to “CrossFaith Steeple Goes Up On New Church Building”

  1. Marie on December 29th, 2008 1:20 am

    I love this church, the pastor, his whole family and all our people. Every year we have a big missions conference, and it is something I look forward to every year. I encourage anyone who loves missions and missionaries to come join us for the conference in 2009. I believe you will be glad you came. It is very, very interesting, heart warming, and exciting. And it’s free. :)

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