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?
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.