Rev. John F. McCormick, a native of Lubbock, Texas, is the founding pastor of CrossWork Christian Center, where he was appointed in November 2009. Prior to accepting God’s call to plant a new church, he served as the pastor of Wesley Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Georgetown, Texas, for five years.
Rev. McCormick answered the call to the ministry in 2002 and was ordained by the Southwest Texas Annual Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in October 2004.
Prior to his ordination, Rev. McCormick served as an associate minister at Grant A.M.E. Worship Center in Austin, Texas, where he taught a men’s class and was a ministerial consultant to the men’s ministry.
Pastor John is a strong encourager and believes in empowerment. Within the ministry and out in the world, he has inspired countless individuals to reach their potential and seek education beyond high school and college, including graduate degrees.
He believes strongly in family and spends his free time on family activities with his wife Erica and daughter Erin.
Pastor McCormick is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin (1987) and the University of Texas School of Law (1990). He graduated in May 2014 from the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary with a Master of Arts in Ministerial Practice.
Pastor John can be contacted at email@example.com.
Minister Ronald D. “Ron” Sullivan, hails from San Antonio and currently resides in Round Rock, Texas, where he has proudly served as a minister at CrossWork Christian Center since January 2014. Since May 1997, he has been married to the love of his life, Nicholle “Nicki” and very proud parents of their two sons Brandon and Collin.
Minister Sullivan accepted his call to preach in May 2006 at Norbeck Community Church in Silver Spring, Maryland, under the leadership of Rev. Courtenay L. Miller. He was licensed to preach on October 20, 2006. Ron has used his ministry gifts in leading various ministries over the years: a Children & Youth Ministry, a Men’s Ministry, and a Family Life Ministry for couples: newlyweds, mature couples and empty nesters. Ron whole-heatedly believes that ministry is an action word that requires going beyond the walls of the church to fully answer “The Great Commission.”
In addition to a professional life as a government contracts attorney for the federal government, he is a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve as a Judge Advocate (JAG) with approximately 10 years of his 21 years of military experience on active duty, and he serves as an Adjunct Faculty Lecturer at The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University. Minister Sullivan holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Information Systems) from Howard University (1993) and a Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Kansas School of Law (1996). He is currently completing his work towards a Masters Degree in Strategic Studies at the U.S. Army War College.