Join us this Sunday
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
Worship Celebration: 10:30 a.m.
Our church building is located on the corner of Church and South Duke Street in Lancaster City.
Address: 401 Church St, Lancaster, PA 17602
Crossroads is a diverse body of believers seeking to serve the Lord, one another, the city of Lancaster, and our world.
Under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, Crossroads Mennonite Church celebrates biblical wholeness, diversity, and reconciliation. We minister collectively as the body of Christ in our community and the world, sharing the love of God, drawing the unsaved to salvation, and nurturing believers to maturity.
Crossroads Mennonite Church (formerly South Christian Street Mennonite Church) traces its history to 1933 when Joseph Lehman and a team of individuals began an outreach ministry to families on Howard Avenue in Lancaster. After moving to Rockland Street for a few years, a church building was constructed at the corner of Locust and South Christian Street, and in 1938, South Christian Street Mennonite Church was born.
In 1999, the congregation moved to the building formerly inhabited by St. Stephen's Lutheran Church at the corner of South Duke and Church Streets. Shortly thereafter, the congregation changed its name to Crossroads Mennonite Church.
- Daniel Cabrol
- Jack Crowley
- Anne-Marie Derrico
- Marlin Smucker