Coming to a Crossroads building during Covid?
Here’s what to expect.

Crossroads is hosting weekend services and select events at a reduced capacity and following recommended distancing guidelines.

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Services will have good ole live worship, a live host, mixture of live teaching and video, and no coffee. And while we all miss the Highlander Grogg, we are committed to doing our best to minimize risk of spreading COVID-19. Safety is our top priority - not just for attendees but for our staff and volunteers.

Guidelines

What we're doing to help you stay healthy

  • Recommended distancing guidelines is in place, including reduced seating capacities.
  • Hand-sanitizing stations are located throughout the building.
  • Face masks are mandatory (except for those with a documented medical condition). Masks are available if you do not have one. All staff and volunteers arerequired to wear one.
  • All doors are kept open with the exception of bathroom stalls (because duh).
  • High-volume areas and seating are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected between services.
  • Coffee stations or water fountains are not available at this time.
  • Restrooms are available and frequently cleaned.
  • Offering bag is not being passed. You can give online at crossroads.net/give.
  • Required signage on symptom checks and required PPE are on display.

MORE DETAILS:

Who?
We want to offer those who want to worship in person an opportunity to do so. However, if you have been experiencing any symptoms such as a fever of 100.4 degrees or higher, cough or runny nose, or stomach issues; or, if in the last 14 days or you have had in-person contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19, please stay home and join us online for our services.

If you have an underlying medical condition, believe you are in a high-risk category, or you are over the age of 65 we recommend you stay home and continue worshipping with us online. That being said, we won’t turn you away at the door unless you’re showing symptoms.

When?
Weekly on Sundays. See times below.


Where?

Crossroads East Side

Sundays: 9:30 & 11:30am
See what to expect

Kids’ Club & Student Ministry are open at a limited capacity.
Middle School: Sundays, 9:30 am and 11:30 am
Learn more about Crossroads East Side

Crossroads Florence

Sundays: 9:30 & 11:30am
See what to expect

Kids’ Club & Student Ministry are open at a limited capacity.
Middle School: Sundays, 9:30 am and 11:30 am
Learn more about Crossroads Florence

Crossroads Lexington

Sundays: 9:30 & 11:30am
See what to expect

Kids’ Club & Student Ministry are open at a limited capacity.
Kids’ Club: Sundays, 11:30 am
Middle School: Sundays, 11:30 am
High School: Sundays, 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Learn more about Crossroads Lexington

Crossroads Mason

Sundays: 9:30 & 11:30am
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Kids’ Club & Student Ministry are open at a limited capacity.
Middle School: Sundays, 9:30 am and 11:30 am
Learn more about Crossroads Mason

Crossroads Oakley

Sundays: 9 & 11am
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Kids’ Club & Student Ministry are open at a limited capacity.
Middle School: Sundays at 9 am
Learn more about Crossroads Oakley

Crossroads Uptown

Sundays: 10am
Learn more about Crossroads Uptown

Crossroads West Side

Sundays: 9:30 & 11:30am
See what to expect

Kids’ Club & Student Ministry are open at a limited capacity.
Middle School: Sundays, 9:30 am and 11:30 am
Learn more about Crossroads West Side

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KIDS' CLUB

Kids’ Club is operating at the sites listed above during weekend services. As always, expect a fun, welcoming, and safe experience designed just for kids to hear God’s Story in language they can understand.

Here are some additional steps we are taking to keep Kids’ Club safe AND fun for our kids and volunteers.

  • One adult per kid: Drop off and pick up in Kids’ Club are limited to one adult per kid to reduce traffic in hallways and to better enable social distancing.
  • Temp check: Everyone entering our Kids’ Club area (kids, volunteers and parents) has their temp checked. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will be asked to leave the building and worship with us online.
  • Check-in: Parents check in and get kids’ stickers as usual. Hand sanitizer is available by each check-in station and some computers are moved or turned off to enable social distancing.
  • Masks: Masks are required for everyone Kindergarten and up. Masks are provided (kids size available too) in case you forget.
  • Limited capacities: Room capacities and group sizes are limited.
  • Hand sanitizer: Before entering a Kids’ Club room, all kids 2 years old and up and volunteers must use hand sanitizer.
  • Keep your stuff at home: No outside toys, food or items are allowed inside the classroom, with the exception of diaper bags, diapers and bottles.
  • Enhanced cleaning and sanitizing: All spaces, surfaces and toys are sanitized between services.
  • No goldfish: Snacks and drinks (with the exception of bottles in the nursery) are not being given in Kids’ Club areas.
  • Hydrate at home: Water fountains are closed.

If you feel more comfortable bringing your kids into the auditorium with you, we encourage you to bring a tablet or phone with headphones so your children can watch Kids’ Club at Home during the service.

For updates on what’s happening in Kids’ Club, follow us on Facebook

FAQs

What about the other sites?
For Crossroads Dayton, Columbus, Richmond, and Georgetown, we have certain building restrictions at this time. These sites will be hosting various events and gatherings over the upcoming months but will not be directly tied to the weekend service. Those who attend in those areas on a regular basis are welcome at another Crossroads location that is meeting.

What can be expected during a service?
Live worship, a live host, and a mixture of live teaching and video. Approximately 60 minutes. But don’t expect delicious coffee, tea, water fountains, or to be able to mingle in the atrium after service.

Are reservations required to come to a service?
Nope!

Are kids and students welcome?
Yes as long as they are healthy!

Are masks required?
Yes, masks are mandatory (except for those with a documented medical condition), not just for your safety but for the safety of others, including our volunteers and staff. Masks are available if you do not have one. All staff and volunteers are required to wear one and we ask that you keep them on the entire service.

What about volunteers?
For those who are healthy, not in a high-risk category, and have the heart and capacity to volunteer, we have opportunities at crossroads.net/volunteer.

Does this mean buildings are open for other things?
Nope, not yet. Right now, our buildings are only open for these services—no group meetings, open hours, free coffee. Trust us, we miss seeing you during the week too.

What if I came to service and found out I’ve been exposed to COVID elsewhere or test positive myself?
Please send us a chat- that little bubble in the corner of the screen.