CrossPoint Kids

We love your kids and want to be used of God to teach, love and give them opportunities to serve Him. CrossPoint Kids is our Sunday Bible teaching program for children. With a heart for creatively reaching children, teachers present the Bible as truth and personally applicable for today. CrossPoint desires to equip students to know, love, serve, and enjoy the Lord. We partner with families to help guide our children into a lifelong relationship with Jesus Christ. One way we desire to point them to Christ is by keeping them safe and protecting them from child abuse. Child safety forms, including permission slips, photo use agreements and volunteer applications can be found at the link below.

Fellowship @ Home

Fellowship@Home is an excellent opportunity to grow in your walk with Christ while forming deep and meaningful relationships with other Christians. In these home Bible studies we “story” through scripture together and ask basic questions that lead to big conclusions. Due to COVID restrictions, both Fellowship@Home groups are currently meeting in the church building. The Bordentown area group meets on Thursdays at 7, and the Eastampton area group meets on Fridays at 7. Both groups are also available on Zoom.  Please email us at for more information.

CrossPoint Women

At Fellowship Capital City, we desire for women to grow together in the fullness and knowledge of Christ as they learn, fellowship and serve. Through regular meeting, women are equipped to minister within the body of Christ to build itself up in love for the glory of God.
Opportunities for Involvement:
  • Bible Study: Meets weekly throughout the year.
  • Quarterly Ladies Events: Luncheons, service opportunities, and guest speakers.
  • Discipleship

Man University

Man University encompasses the men’s ministry at Fellowship Capital City. Through monthly Saturday breakfasts and teaching from Scripture, our desire is for men to experience renewal in the spirit of their minds as they seek to become more like God in righteousness and holiness.
Opportunities for Involvement:
  • Monthly Saturday Breakfasts
  • Men’s Retreat
  • Discipleship
  • Set-up/Break-down of Sunday worship space: Enjoy time with other men early Sunday morning as they do some heavy-lifting for God’s glory

The Vine 

The Vine is a place where young adults and college students enjoy Jesus together. Whether you are following Jesus or curious about Christ, this is a great place to gather on Sunday evenings. 

Life Matters

Life Matters...therefore CrossPoint cares about mothers and their babies in the womb. We are privileged to support Options for Women: Trenton—the only pregnancy resource center in New Jersey's capital city—where women can encounter the love of Jesus, receive free pregnancy resources, and hear the hope of the gospel.  Each January we celebrate the sanctity of life and engage in various pro-life initiatives throughout the year through prayer, finances, and action.

Clean Water

In Rwanda, many children between 6-10 years old miss school, walking a few hours each way to gather disease infected water for their families, just leaving them sick. This ministry seeks to  provide for these needs by building wells with clean water, all through the local church, so that the good news of Jesus Christ (The Living Water) can reach these communities alongside clean water.
  • Every cup of Coffee served on sunday, CrossPoint gives $1 to build clean water wells in Rwanda
  • We have the goal of raising $10,000 in the year of 2021 and send a missions trip team to Rwanda to help build these wells.
  • Connected with Living Water International

Outreach and Missions

Our desire is to glorify God by proclaiming the Gospel beyond our cultural and geographical boundaries

Local Outreach: We believe it is important to show and tell of the love of Jesus. We enjoy our serving our communities and meeting tangible needs for God's glory.
Global Outreach: We are committed to supporting national and foreign missions. We support ABWE’s North American church planting movement—EveryEthne—as well as the church planting and missions through the NAMB and IMB.