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The New Cross View Christian Church Welcomes You!

Feb. 19, 2014

The new Cross View Christian Church welcomes you! This
non-denominational congregation represents a new church start in the Richfield - Jackson area. The Cross View church opened its doors on January 19 of this year and we are ready to welcome any who would like to experience the exciting beginnings of this new work.

Pastor Dr. Mark Amundsen will be leading worship, preaching and conducting a weekly Bible Study. Mark's background includes 11 years of seminary and clinical training culminating in a doctors degree in Pastoral Counseling. The churches mission statement declares that, "We are a faith community challenged by the New Testament to: worship God, grow in Christ, serve others, and engage the world."

The church is located at 2800 Pioneer Road, Richfield just East of Cabelas. The worship services take place each Sunday morning at 9:30 am. If you would like more information about this congregation and it's activities, please call 262-527-0591.

Remember all will be welcomed at Cross View Christian Church!

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