Pastor Jay Anderson
Pastor Jay was born and raised in Iowa. He earned a B.A. in Marketing from the University of Northern Iowa in 1997 and an M.Div. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2003. Pastor Jay met his amazing wife, Kristie, while attending seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. The Lord has blessed them with four active children (Noel, Deacon, Anna, Selah) who keep them very busy with homeschooling, music lessons, and various sports activities. Before joining CrossPointe Chuch in November of 2016, the Andersons served as church planters in Iowa and cross cultural workers in East Asia.
Jessica was born and raised in Westland, Michigan. She joined CrossPointe Church in 2006. God has blessed her with four amazing kids (Alex, Benjamin, Autumn, and Gabriel). She is responsible for all the administrative tasks at CrossPointe Church. Jessica has served at CrossPointe in different capacities for twelve years.
Rick & Christa Hallett
Youth Ministry Leaders
Rick and Christa were both raised in Monroe, MI. They met when they were five years old in Children's Church. They continued to be friends until their junior year of high school when they started dating. They continued to date and eventually got married in 2014. They have one child, Luke, who was born in July of 2018. Rick and Christa have been actively serving at CrossPointe since they were teens.
Curtis was raised in the downriver area, just north of Monroe County. Curtis married his lovely wife, Cheryl, in 1996. They have been blessed with two children, Ryan and Lindsey. Their family moved to Monroe in 2004 and they joined CrossPointe Church in 2005. In 2009, Curtis responded in faith to serve as a deacon - he has been faithfully serving the people of CrossPointe since that time. He genuinely enjoys his role as a deacon. Currently, Curtis works for a local power utility company. In his spare time, Curtis enjoys camping and boating with his wife and kids.
Interim Worship LeaderCollin has been playing music since he was seven years old. He stepped into the role of Interim Worship Leader in the spring of 2017 and has been faithfully serving since then. Currently he is studying computer science at the community college and plans to transfer to the University of Michigan in 2019.