It works, but sadly only into the direction of Crusader, since Crusader only boosts magic damage while Zealot and Inquisitor can boost physical and magic damage, as well as crit chance.
You’ll also lose some magic attack and healing since you’re going hybrid with that build, and physical Cleric classes no longer have any SPR growth.
If you want to go hybrid, I’d suggest taking two magic classes (for example Crusader + Exorcist, or Crusader + Sadhu) and one physical class (Zealot or Inquisitor).
If you take Inquisitor, be warned that your Inquisitor will mostly be a buffer since only Breaking Wheel and Ripper deal significant damage (Pear of Anguish is ok, but hard to trigger against some enemy types), God Smash was nerfed to oblivion and only works well with the Vaivora weapon, but you’d want that ichor to be the Crusader Vaivora weapon, since it is much better.
Zealot is viable, but it is generally outperformed by Druid (unless you have close to no crit rate, then the minimum crit chance boost of Zealot will help more than Lycanthropy).
Best idea would be to get the build you like and take the class reset points from the reset NPC to enable yourself to change the classes later on, because a class is more than the sum of its skill factors and buffs, and different play styles suit different people differently.