Updated: 11.02.21

If you plan to join us for in-person services this weekend, you'll find our service times here. Our staff, along with KidsCrossing volunteers and kids are wearing masks during weekend services, in an effort to protect the vulunerable. We invite you to consider joining us in that effort.

Reservations are required for children birth through fifth grade, if you plan for your child to go to KidsCrossing. You can reserve a spot for them beginning at noon each Wednesday using Signup Genius or through The Crossing’s app.

If you prefer to continue to social distance, please let our Guest Experiences team know so that we can help seat you in an area where you'll feel comfortable.

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

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 have 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.