Join us on Sundays @ 10am in the Holiday Inn Express Conference Room. 102 Dynasty Drive, Hillsboro, Texas 76645, or live online at https://www.youtube.com/@CFCHillsboro
The mission of Crosstown Fellowship Church is to go out, make disciples, and baptize them while teaching them to be obedient to the Word of God.
Hillsboro has a steady, diverse population
of about 8,000 and is the county seat in
Hill County, which has a population of
Most residents are working class families
that have always called Hillsboro home,
so ties to the community are strong.
Education and Income
Hillsboro ISD serves the local area. In addition, there are 10,
mostly 1A school districts that makeup the rest of the Hill
County area. Many of these school districts house their students in single building, K-12 campuses with few community or recreational resources. Hill College, a 2-year residential college, serves approximately 4,000 students.
Why Plant a Church Here?
…Rural Ministry Matters to the Kingdom
With 50% of the area identifying as unchurched, Central Texas is ripe for the Gospel. Rural areas have a need for mission-minded churches who are intentional about building Christ-centered community.
Behold, how good and how pleasant it is For brethren to dwell together in unity! Psalms 133:1 David immediately draws the reader’s attention to unity among the people of God. Unity among God’s people is truly a blessing because of how good and pleasant it is! It is through Godly relationships that Crosstown Fellowship strives to build unity in the community through evangelistic outreach. We are excited to host our first ever Sunday service this summer! On July 10, 2022 at 10 a.m., we will welcome friends, family, and the community to join us in worshiping God. The chance to share the love of Christ with Hillsboro and the surrounding area will generate life changing bonds that will last forever. Please join us in worship because Crosstown is a place for everyone! Larry O. WilliamsonRead more
“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life. John 3:16 ESV
As a little boy, I can remember my Big Ma’ reading this passage of scripture to me religiously. It was the very first scripture I learned to memorize. All through her home, you would find this passage of scripture on tablecloths, on plaques, and posters. I never got the opportunity to ask her why this passage meant so much to her, but I can certainly share with you why it became so important to me.(more…)Read more
As Jesus went on from there, he saw a man named Matthew sitting at the tax collector's booth. "Follow me," he told him, and Matthew got up and followed him. Matthew 9:9
Before the idea of a church plant was given to Pastor Williamson, he commented to me one day that our lives would be intertwined somehow for God’s Kingdom. I acknowledged the same and moved on, not giving it much thought, however. So, it was no surprise when Pastor Williamson came to me about being the executive pastor of Crosstown Fellowship Church, but like many would have, I wondered “why me?” Doubt began to creep in. (more…)Read more