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Hybrid Worship

We warmly welcome those who are ready to return to in-person worship on Sundays at Crossroads.

Welcome Home! For 16 months, the Crossroads congregation has worshipped exclusively online. On July 18, we launch our new “hybrid worship” where you will have the option to worship in-person or to worship online. Online worship is recommended for those with hearing difficulties until our new sound system is installed.

The arrangement of the sanctuary may feel a bit different — our worship leaders will be adapting to hybrid worship and we’ll be wearing masks — but you will see familiar faces and be held in the gracious space created by prayer, song and community. God is ever present to challenge us and to bless us as we journey into the future at Crossroads!

Crossroads invites you to join us in one of three ways:

1) In-Person

We welcome those who feel ready to join us in-person for worship. Please remember to wear your mask and maintain good hand hygiene.

Children are now invited to participate in Sunday morning programming in the Multi-Purpose Hall, with distancing, masking, and hand hygiene protocols in place.

Watch the Home A Different Way video.

2) Live on Zoom

If you would like to join us “live” on Zoom for Sunday Worship, please email our office administrator to request access.

3) Recorded Worship Services

If you would like to watch the recording of Sunday Worship at your leisure, a link to the recording will be posted here after 1:00 p.m. each Sunday.

Sunday Worship Service recording from November 28, 2021.

No matter who you are, where you live, who you love, you are welcome, in the wide open love of Jesus Christ.

Please remember that our Communicable Disease Plan requires:

  • Masks to be worn indoors.
  • Hand hygiene to stop the spread of communicable disease.
  • Cleaning and sanitizing of surfaces.
  • Building ventilation.
  • Stay home policy for anyone with symptoms of a communicable disease.
  • Encouragement for everyone to get vaccinated.