ASL Service Times
The Church is not a building, we’re a people. And while we love to see each other at one of our four campuses across the St. Louis area, The Crossing is doing our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by moving all of our ministries to an online format. So while our buildings are closed, the church is alive and well. We know that God is still at work in us and through us.
We plan to reopen our buildings the weekend of August 1-2. We will take reservations for the limited number of auditorium seats available, according to local social-distancing guidelines. Our children's ministry will reopen at the end of August. Until then, join us online for weekend services on Saturdays at 4:30 and 6:30pm, Sundays at 9 and 11am. When you tune in, you’ll find that we get to sing, worship through giving, and open God’s word together. If you’re looking for something outside of the weekend service, ministries are listed below.
Join us in sharing hope with a watching world.
Experience hope through online groups, classes, webinars and resources.
Resources for parents and children that will encourage spiritual growth at home.
Our YouthCrossing gatherings are now happening online. Here, you’ll find more information as well as resources for parents of students in 6th through 12th grade.
We know that this is a very challenging time and we have many resources on prayer, including ways that you can ask for or receive prayer.
If you’re looking for serving opportunities for those in need or you’re in a season where you need assistance, our Outreach team is organizing our efforts.
If you have found home at The Crossing, we invite you to worship through giving. Thank you for investing in the ministries of our church.
During this unique time, it’s become more important than ever that we find ways to connect digitally. Here are a couple of ways we hope you’ll connect with us as we continue to share resources, find new ways to worship and pray together and provide you with the latest information what’s happening around The Crossing.