Where do I ask a human being an actual question?
A live person can chat with you 9am-9pm using that little blue chat button. We’d love to talk.
What if I have/supposed to attend a wedding or funeral at a Crossroads location?
At this time, all gatherings are postponed. If you have a specific question, contact Community Care at 513.731.7400.
What’s happening with future services and Easter?
As the situation evolves, we’ll continue to update our community on whether physical gatherings can resume. The easiest way to stay connected is through social media.
If I usually give financially during a service, how do I give online?
Love your heart. You can give at crossroads.net/give.
Does this mean I can’t come use your awesome free wi-fi and drink delicious coffee while I work?
Sorry but no- all our buildings are closed until further notice. We know our coffee is delicious but we’re confident you can survive without it.
What is Crossroads doing to keep us safe?
Crossroads is moving services online starting the weekend of March 14. No buildings will be open this weekend in partnership with our cities and communities to reduce opportunities for spread of the coronavirus. Regular services will be available online at crossroads.net where thousands of people already participate each weekend. Interactive worship experiences, prayer and the latest updates are also available on the Crossroads Anywhere app and Crossroads Church social media accounts (Facebook and Instagram). Buildings will also be closed to the public until further notice. While this was a difficult decision to make, it was not made out of fear but out of a hope to be protective of the communities and people we serve.
What will happen if coronavirus continues to spread in the cities where Crossroads has sites?
Like you, we will monitor the situation and follow the lead of local and national authorities on our course of action. We will continue to keep our community updated on any ongoing changes to Crossroads’ normal operations.
What about GO Trips, Camps, and other planned travel through Crossroads?
We are monitoring and following the lead of local, national and international authorities on travel restrictions. Our GO Trips always have travel insurance, so if something happens, we – and you – are covered. Our teams are monitoring the situation in other countries, states and municipalities where Crossroads groups are expected to travel in the coming weeks and months and keeping registered participants in the loop on any possible changes.
Is there a place I can go to look for specific ways to help others in our community or ask for help?
Check out Corkboard, a free space for you to post and interact with others in the Crossroads community.
What can I do to help stop the spread of coronavirus?
There are several recommendations to help stop the spread of the virus:
Frequent handwashing for at least 20 seconds with warm, soapy water is highly encouraged. If soap and water isn’t available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Just like your mom told you.
Frequently clean commonly touched surfaces in your home including doorknobs, lightswitches and other items with disinfectant wipes or cleaning sprays.
Avoid contact with people who are ill and stay home if you have any symptoms or believe you may have been exposed to someone who is ill.
To learn more, check out what the CDC has to say.