Welcome to CrossRoads UMC Phoenix

Where Faith Hope and Love intersect
Sunday Service Times:
 We Offer Child Care
· Prayer Time: 9am – Chapel
· Worship: 9:30am – Sanctuary
· Children’s Sunday School: 9:30 am – Children’s Wing
· Café Adult Bible Study: 10:30am – Patio Rm
· Youth Group: 4pm – Youth Rm

New Here?

Are you new to CrossRoads UMC? Great!! We are so glad to have you here. Feel free to take a look around and if you have any questions, feel free to contact us. We would love to hear from you.

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Cafe Bible Study & Fellowship

Join us Sunday’s immediately after service for Bible Study and great fellowship.

POWWOW: Produce on Wheels Next Event: February 23rd from 8am to 11am

Our Mission & Vision

At CrossRoads UMC

our mission & vision is to help connect people to faith

CrossRoads is a diverse, loving and caring congregation where people from all walks of life come together to grow in their relationship with God and each other.

CrossRoads is a place where hope, faith and love intersect!

Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world! We believe that being in mission with the community and the world is essential and is one of our core values. We believe education through Sunday School, Bible Study, and a variety of studies are important for our children, youth and adults. 

Moreover, CrossRoads affirms all individuals are of sacred worth without exception. We seek to journey together in faith with God’s love toward greater understanding and mutual respect. Our community of faith welcomes all persons who seek God’s love through Jesus Christ. 

Events Happening This Week

  • UMOM Meal Prep 
  • Youth Group
  • Leadership Training
  • Praise Choir Rehearsal 
  • Fellowship Breakfast 

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Desert Southwest Devotional Book: We Make The Road By Walking by Brian McLaren

Discussion Group meets on Wednesday’s at 10am. Call church office for details at 602-944-1524. 

Faith . Hope . Love .

Reverend Pastor Kimberly Scott
I am a cradle United Methodist from Biloxi, Mississippi where my family and I were members of St. Paul United Methodist Church until we relocated to Las Vegas. My father served as the Lay Leader and my mother as the Children’s Choir Director at St. Paul during our time there. Upon relocating to Las Vegas, we joined Zion United Methodist Church. I graduated from Valley High School in 1994 and I went on to earn my Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Humboldt State University. Just after returning home from my undergraduate studies in 1999, I was blessed to meet my wife Sofia Simon. I went on to earn a Master of Science in Counseling from Long Beach State University and a Master of Educational Leadership from the University of Phoenix. From 2003-2012 I was a School Counselor in the Clark County School District of Las Vegas. After relocating to Denver, I worked as a School Counselor in Aurora, Colorado for 3 years before I retired so I could to fully focus on the reason God had sent us to Denver, Co, my call to ministry.

Obediently stepping out on faith to follow my call to ministry has been the most transformative experience of my life. In my four years of study at the Iliff School of Theology I discovered, refined and embraced spiritual gifts that ignited a passion to minister as an Ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church. Upon graduating with my Master of Divinity, I received my first appointment as the Associate Pastor at First United Methodist Church Phoenix. God willing, I will be Ordained Elder in Full Connection in 2019.

My first few years of ministry have been filled with many “firsts,” and awesome experiences, learning, tests and testimonies that keep reminding me that God is not through with me yet. Since moving to Phoenix, I have had plenty of opportunities to become actively engaged in the local community through my work with One Community Arizona, the Arizona Faith Network and through the Valley Interfaith Public Policy Institute. I am looking forward to embarking on the next leg of my ministerial journey as the Senior Pastor at Crossroads UMC. I am hoping to continue the work that has already been started at Crossroads; to help it stand out as a vital, vibrant, mission-focused and inclusive community in North Central Phoenix corridor. I pray it will become a place where all of God’s children regardless of age, race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and/or ability can find sanctuary and a space to grow their faith.











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Join Us At Any Event!

UMOM Meal Prep

2nd Sunday at 4pm & 3rd Sunday at 10am

For more information contact the church office at 602-944-1524

We Are Here


We Gather Every Sunday

Sundays at 9:30am 

Plan Your Visit

Let us know if you would like to visit us in person. You can reach us at 602-944-1524 or email at info@crossroadsphx.com

Our Location

7901 North Central Avenue

Phoenix, AZ. 85020

(Corner of Northern and Central)

Sunday School & Child Care

Sunday School starts at 9:30 am

Child Care is provided during service.

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Desert Mission Food Bank

A 24/7 Mission: Bring your canned and/or non-perishable goods to CrossRoads UMC to support the Desert Mission Food Bank or drop off at Desert Mission Food Bank at 9229 N. Fourth Street, Phoenix, AZ. 85020 or click below to learn more on how you can volunteer.
This weeks "Special Offering"

This weeks "Special Offering"

NOMADS Mission Volunteers

This weeks “Special Offering” will go to NOMADS Mission Volunteers. Nomads On a Mission Active in Divine Service – NOMADS provide volunteer labor for United Methodist organizations. NOMADS demonstrate God’s love through our work and by listening to the people with whom we work. We do new construction, remodeling, and repairs for churches, children’s homes, camps, colleges, outreach missions and disaster rebuilding. Team members do maintenance, cleaning, painting, electrical, drywall, sewing, flooring. With God’s help, NOMADS pretty much do it all.