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About Crossroads

Welcome To The Family

We believe the choice of a place of worship is one of the most important decisions for any individual or family. The purpose of Crossroads Church is to guide people to a daily relationship with their creator and engage them in ministries to fulfill their Godly purpose.

Our church is located on 8 beautiful acres of blueberry fields off the Washington Junction Rd in Hancock, Maine.  Our building houses many things from a Sanctuary of Praise to a large fellowship hall and spacious Sunday School Classrooms.  At Crossroads Church, there is a ministry or department for every need and every age. We assure you that your visit will be fulfilling. You will experience the love of a friendly church and the powerful visitation of the Holy Spirit. We encourage you to join us in worship and allow God to change your life.

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Bishop Mike Cox

The Cox family arrived in Maine in February of 1989. Brother Cox served as Assistant Pastor for the next several years under the leadership and direction of Pastor John F. Churchill. He then became Associate Pastor from 1996 to May of 2002. In May of 2002, Brother Cox became the Pastor of Pentecostal Lighthouse. In 2008, with a renewed vision and burden for a church in the greater Ellsworth area, Pastor Cox began plans for the construction of what was to become Crossroads Church.  The project was completed in 2009 with our first service being held August 30, 2009. On April 30, 2022, Pastor Cox stepped into the role of Bishop where he will continue to guide the spiritual leadership of Crossroads.

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Senior Pastor Cameron Cox

The son of Bishop Cox, Cameron was raised right here in the Ellsworth area. When Pastor Cox took on the role of Sr. Pastor, Cameron was chosen as Pastor in his place. Then on April 30, 2022 he stepped into the role of Sr. Pastor.

Pastor Cameron also currently serves as the Maine District Youth President in the United Pentecostal Church organization.

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