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Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:6-7

December 9, 2020

Dear Crossroads Family,

As we mentioned last week 2020 has been teaching about adapting to change. As a Leadership Team we are trying our best to stay on top of the mandates, suggestions and recommendations coming from the Governor’s office and formulating a plan that works best for our church family.

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We learned on a call with the Governor’s office on Monday that going forward churches are now officially considered essential places of businesses. We also learned that guidelines and capacity limits from the state are now “highly recommended” rather than legally binding. What does this mean for Crossroads?

Starting this weekend (December 12 and 13) we will meet in person again at our regular times (5:00pm on Saturday and 9:00am and 11:00am on Sunday). We are dramatically increasing our main auditorium seating to over 200 seats while honoring the recommended 25% capacity limit from the public health authorities.  We have also significantly increased our overflow capacity.  Our worship team and teaching pastor will not be wearing masks, but because of the rising levels of COVID-19 in Colorado we ask that you continue to wear a mask while in the building. You will be able to sing along with our Worship Team while wearing a mask. Our Children’s Ministry will NOT be meeting. We ask that you bring your children into the service.

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This also means we WILL be able to meet for Christmas Eve services. Stay tuned for more details. As always, we will continue to offer services online on our website or on Facebook if you are not comfortable meeting in person.

We thank you for your understanding and respecting the hard decisions we are having to make as new information becomes available.

In Christ,

The Leadership Team at Crossroads

December 3, 2020

Dear Crossroads Family,

If this year has taught us anything, it is to be open to change. We have changes we wanted to make you aware of that will start this weekend. Either watch this video from Pastor John or read below.

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This past Monday the governor’s office had a call with leaders of Houses of Worship. During that call they communicated new restrictions. Those restrictions require everyone in the building to wear a mask. This would include our Worship Team. Plus, no one in the congregation will be allowed to sing. Our time in Worship is so powerful that as a Leadership Team we feel that these new changes would have a negative impact on the services we offer our church family.

So, starting this weekend (December 5 and 6) we will be moving to ALL online services. You will be able to join us LIVE at 5:00pm on Saturday either on Facebook or on our website. After that the recording of the weekend service will be available for you to watch at any time either on Facebook or on our website.

This was a tough decision to make. We felt that the quality of the services we would offer our church family would not be up to our standards at Crossroads. The next question you might have is “When will we meet in person again?” We wish we had an answer to that. As of now we will re-evaluate the situation in mid-January. We will be sure to communicate any updates or changes as soon as we have them. We thank you for your understanding.

Another change is related to our Garage Student Ministry (grades 4 – 12). All events will be cancelled for the month of December. Students will not be meeting during the week or on Sundays. LOCAL will be moved to April 23-25, 2021. More information will be coming out about that.

Our Women’s Ministry event, Comfort and Joy, IS still happening on December 10 and 11.

We appreciate your patience with us as we have had to navigate these changes. We must continue to trust in God’s plan and have faith that none of this has been a surprise to him. He is in control.

In Christ,

The Leadership Team at Crossroads

The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. – Psalm 19:1