Updated: 04.05.21

In addition to our online services, we are gathering in-person each weekend at our four St. Louis-area campuses. Reservations are required for both the auditorium and KidsCrossing to help ensure we adhere to state and local guidelines. Join us this weekend!

Here are a few new things you can expect when attending in person:

  • Those interested in attending a service will need to make a reservation in advance. We know, that’s slightly inconvenient. However, this process will help ensure that we’re meeting guidelines for building capacities and social distancing. And yes, unfortunately that means we may not have space to accommodate everyone interested in attending. Hence, the importance of the reservation system. Wondering how to make your reservation? Scroll down to our FAQs.
  • If you’re bringing children along who will attend KidsCrossing, we’ll also need you to reserve spots for them. This is a separate sign-up at the end of your reservation, so don’t forget to do both!
  • To allow for proper social distancing, every other row will be available for seating and we’ll ask you to leave two seats between you and those outside your party.
  • Masks must be worn by anyone over the age of five for the duration of the time you're in our buildings. We’ve already started practicing smiling with our eyes. Hope you are too.
  • We also ask those visiting the Chesterfield auditorium to arrive 10 minutes before service begins since the room is our broadcast studio for the other campuses and online.

Still have Q's? Here are a few that are frequently asked:

Reservations go live each Monday at noon for the upcoming weekend at thecrossing.church/servicereservation. Don’t forget, if you’re bringing kids along for KidsCrossing, you’ll see the link to reserve their spots right after you make yours.

Glad you asked! KidsCrossing has resumed for kids in 5th grade and younger. And yes, if you’re bringing along kids for KidsCrossing, reserve their spot right after you make yours for the auditorium.

You’ll find a link in your confirmation email to cancel your reservation. If something comes up and you can’t attend the in-person service you reserved spots for, please take the time to cancel in order to open up those spots for someone else.

We hope that you’ll continue to worship with us from the safety of your home. Our teams are committed to continue to create engaging experiences for those joining us online.

We invite you to continue to give online at thecrossing.church/give. We have also installed receptacles in each building for those who’d prefer to drop their gift there. We will be holding communion during our services using pre-sealed elements. For those joining us from home, we’ll encourage you to use whatever you might have on hand to participate with us.

Our facilities team has gone to great efforts to enhance our health and sanitation measures to help ensure a safe worship experience for you. Everything from installing foot-pulls on restroom doors to rearranging furniture in the lobbies conducive to social distancing. And, high-touch surfaces and restrooms will be disinfected before and during services. For your convenience, hand sanitizer will be readily available.

In addition, we’ve introduced new policies and safety checks for all of our staff and volunteers to ensure they don’t enter our buildings if they are experiencing Covid-like symptoms or if they have recently been in close contact with anyone who may have the virus.

For details we've implemented for KidsCrossing, see KidsCrossing Safety Protocols.

We are here to help! Email guests@thecrossing.church and we will be in touch soon.