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Passionately advancing the Kingdom of God, We boldly go where few may follow.

So too, at the present time there is a remnant chosen by grace. ~ Romans 11:5

Prophetic Worship

Remnant Worship

One of the mandates of the remnant throughout the Bible was to restore worship to the way the Lord desires it to be (Ezra and Nehemiah).  When we worship, our primary goal is to minister to the Lord.  We praise to move things in the spirit realm and make way for what the Lord desires to do with our worship.  It is an offering for Him to do with as He will.

The Remnant

: "You will meet a group of prophets coming down from the high place with a stringed instrument, a tambourine, a flute, and a harp before them; and they will be prophesying. Then the Spirit of the Lord will come upon you and you will prophesy with them and you will be turned into another man." (I Samuel 10: 5-6).


“Yet a time is coming and has now come when the true worshipers will worship the Father in the Spirit and in truth, for they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks.” ~John 4:23

We believe in freedom in worship. Our worship service is designed to allow open communication between God and His people. We often begin worship with a time of testimonies for people to speak openly about what God is doing in their lives. You will have opportunities to worship God with your tithes and offerings. Our praise and worship as expressed through song is an important part of our call as a church: it facilitates expression of our love for the Lord, and opens our hearts to hear His Word. The Lord's primary Word to us is the Holy Bible. The Lord also speaks to us through the spiritual gifts given to believers to edify the body of Christ. In any one of Crossfire's worship services you may experience or witness the use of the gifts of the Holy Spirit as outlined in 1 Corinthians 12:4-11: the message of wisdom, message of knowledge, faith, gifts of healing, miraculous powers, prophecy, distinguishing between spirits, speaking in different kinds of tongues and interpretation of tongues. All of these gifts, when used, are measured against the Bible for accuracy. When it comes to worship, we are not bound by the traditions of men (Mark 7:8); rather, "It  is for freedom that Christ has set us free!" (Gal. 5:1)


What is Prophetic Worship ?

Apostolic Worship

Apostolic Worship establishes things in the spirit realm.  Prophetic worship goes before, declaring the heart of the Lord for what should be.  The Apostolic establishes those things that should be. This is done through spiritual warfare, and intercession.

Joe and Katie Noel

Our Church strives to be free of emotional walls and every believer can enter in freely to encounter and experience God at the highest level! As the worship leader my goal is to foster an environment which is in alignment with the divine order of God's desire for our church every Sunday. God is always faithful and so are Crossfire believers!  When we enter into worship we surrender ourselves, everything we have to seek the face of God and bring forth the desires of His heart. It is POWERFUL and He is PRESENT. We bring Him the glory due His name as we seek Him in spirit and in truth!"

Bobbi and Sandy Vandiveer

“Worshiping God is what brings me into His presence, which is the most wonderful place to be! In His presence we can experience all that He is as we go deeper with Him. In His presence He blesses us with good things such as love, joy, peace, and healing in every area of our lives as we have need. His goodness is everlasting!” ~ Bobbi

“I really enjoy worshiping and praising the Lord with my Crossfire family because of the freedom to worship, flow, and experience the truth that God is seeking those who will worship Him in Spirit and in truth, and discover that God does inhabit the praises of His people, and that in His presence is fullness of joy!  There is nothing quite like the intimacy I experience in His presence as we worship Him in the beauty of His holiness.” ~ Sandy

Meet The Worship Team

Please enjoy a few clips from the recordings of our Worship Leader, Joseph Noel.  We use these songs as part of our worship sets.  Get a taste of what worship at Crossfire is like.

Joe has been the worship leader for Crossfire Church for over six years.  He flows strongly in the prophetic but is comfortable flowing in all the streams of the Spirit.  He is a gifted songwriter and Crossfire is blessed to have many of his songs as a part of our weekly worship services.

Bobbi and Sandy have been ministering in music for many years.  They bring a diverse set of musical expertise to the team. They flow mightily in an anointing of the peace of the Holy Spirit and communicate God’s love everywhere they go.