Crossroads Community Cathedral

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Coordinates: 41°46′00″N 72°34′42″W / 41.7666°N 72.5783°W / 41.7666; -72.5783 Crossroads Community Cathedral is a multi-cultural church located at the town line of East Hartford, Connecticut, and Manchester, with Bishop Terry Wiles being the Senior Pastor since November 1981. The church, originally First Assemblies of God,[1] has the mission of serving God and man by reaching non-religious people and helping them become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.

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Initially a small congregation, Crossroads has seen significant growth over the years and has a strong focus on missionary work. Today it is a true multi-cultural congregation of Christ followers. Under the leadership of Bishop Wiles the church has built over 100 churches in the United States and foreign countries. The church itself has a mission of serving God and man by reaching non believers helping them to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Through bridge evangelism events and invitation evangelism effort of the members thousands have come to know Christ and follow him. The church sanctuary includes a stage and seats 900 people in auditorium seating.[2] Bishop Terry Wiles is the Senior Pastor of the church and has judicial oversight of churches in Central and South America.

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  1. ^ Walsh, Andrew; Silk, Mark (2004). Religion and public life in New England: steady habits, changing slowly. Rowman Altamira. p. 112. 
  2. ^ "Crossroads Community Cathedral". Moser Pilon Nelson / Architects. Retrieved May 15, 2012. 

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