Pastoral Care

We do church more like a family gathering than a corporate event, so the term “Leadership Team” or “Staff” is not the most accurate description, but just know that we are not just a Bible study group that meets once a week, we value having pastoral care as part of our 24/7 community. All of our “team” are volunteers, but all have a servants heart as we seek to grow in grace week after week until the Blessed Hope.

 

Pastor Steve Durkac – Before starting CrossHope Chapel, Steve was working as a Hospital Chaplain at Providence Hospital and it was during that time he began to consider starting a church that was more reflective of the New Testament gatherings of Acts 2:42. Steve’s philosophy of pastoral ministry is rooted in the biblical principles of Acts 6:4 and Ephesians 4:11, not in the corporate executive model of Wall Street.  [Learn More]

 

 

Assistant Pastor/Intern Pastor –  This volunteer position is open and we are currently praying for the Spirit of God to lead us in finding this individual, who will serve along side our Pastor in fellowship ministries and outreach activities; be in agreement with our values and doctrines; have a sense of calling to pastoral care ministry, a compassion for people, and an authentic relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. [Learn More]

 

 

Worship Team –  Stephanie Durkac, the pastor’s wife, and Payton, their daughter, along with various friends make up our Sunday morning worship team. For the longest time we were without a worship team until the Spirit of God put it on their hearts to brush off an old keyboard and help lead us all in worship and praise, turning our hearts and minds to the Lord before the Bible teaching time. [Learn More]

 

 

Children’s Ministry Leader –  This volunteer position is open and we are currently praying for the Spirit of God to lead us in finding this individual, who will serve along side our Pastor in fellowship ministries and outreach activities; be in agreement with our values and doctrines; have a sense of calling to pastoral care ministry, a compassion for people, and an authentic relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. [Learn More]