It’s BYO-everything, including lawn chairs or blankets and masks. Attendees must wear masks when out in public or in a place where they are unable to follow social distancing rules. What can you expect? A no frills experience with God, built around live worship and classic preaching. If you’ve experienced a Crossroads Camp, it will be something along those lines.
There will not be coffee. No ushers. No program. No offering bags. No streaming or digital presence. Just people gathering to turn their attention to God, as the church has done since its inception.
Our digital weekend experiences will continue, but for those looking for something more, gatherings at Yeatman’s Cove and in Lexington are now happening weekly on Sundays. Share with friends and neighbors using the Cincinnati Area Facebook Event / Lexington Area Facebook Event.
Safety & Facility Information
Lyrics for Worship at the Cove can be found each week at Crossroads Music.
Worship at the Cove Parking
FREE parking available at the following locations:
Interested in Baptism?Chat with us Learn more about Baptism
Parent Pro Tips
Bringing your kids to Worship at the Cove—here are some ideas to help make the experience great for your whole family. Check Out Our Top Tips.
In the Columbus and Dayton Areas:
While we can't do this at all Crossroads locations right now, we will evaluate options and what possibilities we have, so stay tuned. In the meantime, you’re welcome to road trip to Cincy or Lexington.