As we prepare to regather in-person on our campus, take a moment to learn about our recommendations and guidelines for regathering.
1. What should I bring with me?
We hope to offer coffee and refreshments at services in the future, but in the meantime, you are welcome to bring your own coffee or water with you. If you would like to support our global partners, take a look at our Comeback Kit by clicking here!
2. Will there be designated entrances to the church building?
Yes. In order to create a safe experience, at first, we are designating Doors 3 and 6 as entrances and exits for the worship space. Door 2 will be used for Kids! check-in. After you drop your children off, you can enter door 3 to attend the worship service. For youth ministry, check in will be on the patio in front of The Haverstick. Plenty of directional signage will be available. As we learn more from our preview services, these may change.
3. Will there be Kids! and Youth Programming?
Yes. On July 19 and 26, Kids! and Youth programming will be available during the 11 AM service only. Beginning on August 2, Kids! will add programming for children 3 years and under during the 9:15 AM service, in addition to the 11 AM programming.
We love our children and want to provide the safest experience possible. To accomplish this, masks or face coverings need to be worn for any person 3 years or older. If you don't have a mask, we will gladly provide a disposable one for you. Thank you for taking the steps needed to continue to offer a safe place for children to come to know and love Jesus. We will make adjustments as necessary.
4. Will there be hand sanitizing stations available?
Yes, hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the campus.
5. What is the policy for wearing mask / face coverings on campus?
Family, you are loved and cherished members of our sacred community. In order to provide a safe environment for those who are attending, Church at the Crossing requests that face coverings be worn inside the building and when safe social distancing cannot occur outside. We look forward to the day when we can all gather back together face covering free.
Thank you for your grace, humility, and unity during these trying and unusual days. We love you and care deeply for you.
The Center for Disease Control recommends that you should wear a cloth face cover when in a public settings and when around people who do not live in your household. They also recommend to continue keeping about six feet apart in social settings. Extra face coverings will be available at the Welcome Center.
6. Will online streaming still be available?
Yes. We will continue to stream Thursdays at 7:07 PM and Sundays at 9:30 AM and 11 AM. The service will also be available on-demand for your convenience to play.
*As we continue to monitor this season, recommendations and requests are subject to change.
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