Teams make things happen at Cross Creek.

Pastor

Josh Morris - 225-721-0333

preacherman@crosscreekcowboychurch.com


Elders (Church spiritual leadership)

Josh Morris - 225-721-0333

Eugene Morris

Facilities Team Leader (Building and land)
Eugene Morris

 

Chuckwagon Team (Concessions and Food)

Pat Chaney

Judy Harris

Marketing Team (Facebook page, website, brochures, advertising)
Tara Morris

Admin Assistant

Brandi Babin

Arena Team  (Plans and executes outreach events outside the church, such as rodeos, ropings, and other events) 
 

Audit (Finance) Team Leader
Chad Jeansonne

info@crosscreekcowboychurch.com

Music (band) 
Sal Yenni 

 

Talkers (greeting, welcoming people)
Chad Jeansonne 

Buckaroos (children 8 and under)
Debi Morris 

C-4 Ropers (ages 9-11)

Pam Manual

C-4 Ignite (ages 12-18)

Josh Stevens 225-276-1424

Care Team

Rusti Parrish 

Josh Morris, Pastor

Josh Morris, Pastor

Josh is a husband and dad of two young'uns, farrier by trade, horse trainer on the side, and loves the Lord, diesel trucks, and team roping. He's in charge of preaching and leading along with the lay pastors, team leaders, and elders.

Elders

Elders

Elders Eugene Morris and Joe Lamb, along with our pastor, Josh Morris, provide spiritual leadership.

Eugene, Facilities team

Eugene, Facilities team

Eugene and the facilities team take care of all things facility related.

Music Team

Music Team

The music team leads us in worship every Sunday. Band leader is Sal Yenni.

Josh Stevens, Youth Pastor

Josh Stevens, Youth Pastor

Josh leads our youth in our C4 Ignite Youth Ministry.

Rusti Parrish-Sagona

Rusti Parrish-Sagona

Rusti is the Care Team leader as well as leads the Women's Round Pen on Thursday nights from 6:30-7:30. Mom to 3 daughters, and an avid horsewoman over the past 30+ years, she now manages Star Hill Acres horse boarding facility in Baker.

How the teams make decisions.

Anyone can help out on a team, and each team will have up to 5-7 consensus-making representatives who are members of the church. When making decisions for the church, the team representatives should always keep in mind these five C's:

Is it Christ-centered?

Is it Cost-effective?

Is it Culturally Relevant (cowboy)?

Can the team representatives reach Consensus on this decision?

Is it Constitutional?