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Feliz Steps Down at Crossbridge

Silver Feliz told congregants at Crossbridge Church that he is stepping down as campus pastor, a role he has filled for three years. Feliz, who preached a sermon Sunday on unity, said he will continue to serve as a ruling elder at the Presbyterian church. 

Rev. Felipe Assis remains the senior pastor at Crossbridge, a network of churches with campuses in Pinecrest, Brickell, Miami Springs and Homestead. 

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“It has been a privilege and a great experience to serve as the campus pastor for Crossbridge Key Biscayne. My wife and I have been humbled by all the love and support we have received from the church,” Feliz said. 

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“I have learned so much through this experience and have made great relationships in the village.” 

Feliz told congregants that an announcement will be made soon about the pastoral ministry. 

EDITOR’S NOTE — Tony Winton is a former elder of the church.

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Tony Winton is the editor-in-chief of the Key Biscayne Independent and president of Miami Fourth Estate, Inc. He worked previously at The Associated Press for three decades winning multiple Edward R. Murrow awards. He was president of the News Media Guild, a journalism union, for 10 years. Born in Chicago, he is a graduate of Columbia University. His interests are photography and technology, sailing, cooking, and science fiction.
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