About Us

Our church began meeting on January 6, 2011, as an informal gathering on Sunday morning at a community room of a Ryan’s Restaurant on Rangeline Road near I-10 in Tillman’s Corner, Alabama.

The manager allowed us to use the room at no cost if we ordered their buffet breakfast, which we did and enjoyed, but after several weeks we all seemed to have gotten our fill of that buffet.

We soon moved our meetings to the pastor’s house in west Mobile, Alabama and after one year we leased a retail office space on Schillinger Road South. In 2016 we moved to our current location at Lifeline Court near the intersection of Airport Boulevard and Snow Road in west Mobile, Alabama, where we are enjoying a little more room for our simpler church fellowship and teaching the Bible verse by verse.

 

Mission…

CrossHope Chapel exists to makes disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ who grow in His grace and in knowledge of Him.

 

Fellowship…

CrossHope Chapel is intentionally an informal Fellowship after the New Testament model of Acts 2:42 rather than following a traditional liturgical format.

 

Values…

CrossHope Chapel holds to four biblical purposes and seven Governing Values that guide our philosophy of doing church.

 

Beliefs…

CrossHope Chapel honors individual discipleship, affirms conservative evangelicalism, and subscribes to a Statement of Faith as an expression of our fundamental beliefs.

 

Pastor…

CrossHope Chapel is led by Pastor Steve Durkac, who provides our weekly Bible study teaching and facilitation, as well as pastoral care ministry to those in the fellowship.

 

Affiliation…

CrossHope Chapel is an independent, autonomous, self-governing nondenominational evangelical church that has become a spiritual family for those of various backgrounds who simply enjoy a simpler church experience.

 

Logo…

CrossHope Chapel‘s logo is an encircled cross and Bible. There are three aspects to our logo that we hope it communicates…

    • the cross of Christ is out front, foremost, and center of our church,
    • the Bible is open because we conversationally teach it book by book, chapter by chapter, verse by verse,
    • an encircling line represents our fellowship in the Lordship of Jesus Christ and the corners of the Bible extend outside the circle as a reminder that our growth in grace and knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ flows beyond our church gatherings to our community, friends, and family.