If you are interested in following Jesus, or even curious about what that might mean for your life, you are now in touch with a community of people who will walk with you and encourage you in your journey.
The outbreak of viruses like the recent Covid crises could likely be part of our lives together going forward. Because of that, with each new threat we may need to add to or delete some of these guidelines to help ensure everyone’s health and well-being as much as humanly possible. With this in mind, our current guidelines are as follows…
–We have eliminated as many points of physical contact as possible in our worship service by doing things like not passing the plate, scattering our chairs, eliminating our greeting time, and changing the way we do communion.
–Our janitor does a thorough cleaning of our facilities both before and after our public worship services.
For your part, we ask all of our friends, as they come to worship to do the following:
–If you are sick, please stay at home.
–If you use the toilet, please put the lid down before you flush.
–Use the hand sanitizers scattered throughout the building.
–For both those who use face masks and those who do not, for those who maintain social distancing and for those who do not, we ask that all respect one another’s preferences in these matters.
While we fully expect the CrossWay community to do it’s very best to adhere to the temporary guidelines and practices we are putting in place, we are bound to occasionally forget and go back to old habits. When that happens, we must graciously remind one another and not judge one another. And, there should be no room for any expressions of self-righteousness, where we feel better about ourselves and distance ourselves from those who may or may not see or do everything the way we do! What a wonderful opportunity we have here, to attend to our second commitment in our mission statement that says we will respond to the gospel by…”loving one another!”