Staff

Crosspoint Job Announcements

Crosspoint UMC seeks a part-time Director of Children and Youth Ministries who will develop and lead our Christian education program. A qualified applicant will be a spiritually mature person who has a solid understanding of the foundations of the Christian faith. Strong communication, organizational, leadership skills and a desire to directly work with and nurture children and youth in Christian faith is essential. A college degree in education or background in Christian education is preferred. Please send cover letter and resume to resumescrosspoint@gmail.com or 9687 Portage St. NW, Massillon, OH 44646. For a full description of this position, click here.

Crosspoint UMC seeks a part-time Worship Leader who will lead people closer to God and others during worship events through music. The Worship Leader will also be responsible for the development and coordination of Worship Teams. A qualified applicant will have a solid understanding of the Christian faith, strong communication and leadership skills. An accomplished keyboard or guitar player who has a background in Contemporary Christian music is ideal. Send cover letter and resume to resumescrosspoint@gmail.com or 9687 Portage St. NW, Massillon, OH 44646. For a full description of this position, click here.

Thom Kalb
Crosspoint is lead by Thom Kalb, a graduate of the Church Start Academy of the United Methodist Church. He was selected to be the founding minister of Crosspoint because of his energy and passion in reaching people for Christ. He is a graduate of Mount Union College (1994) and United Seminary (1998). He and wife Melissa have two children, Noah and Bailey.

 

Kyler Morrison
Kyler is Crosspoint’s worship leader. He considers his main goal in life to serve God in ministry, of any kind, and he works toward that daily, noting, “It’s a heart thing.” He currently leads worship in two churches….One is Crosspoint and the other is New Way UMC. He completed one year of college and grew up in Pennsylvania. “But don’t worry - I’m not a Steeler’s fan,” Kyler laughs. He prefers music to sports. He loves the outdoors and thinks it is where he feel closest to God.  “No constant drone of the city or machines, no constant light…just peace and nature the way God intended,” Kyler says. He is considering one day retiring with his beautiful wife in Sisters, Oregon. One of Kyler’s favorite aspects of Crosspoint is ”that the church is a living breathing body of believers and not a building.”