Crossroads will suspend in-person worship until early May, possibly longer. Arizona’s Gov. Ducey, acknowledging health expert advice that illnesses and hospitalizations will peak in late April and early May—are urging stronger precautions by the day. The number of COVID-19 cases and deaths grow exponentially.
Through the great commandments to love God and love our neighbor, we understand the need to avoid meeting in person. In this moment—to protect our neighbor and ourselves from potential infection—loving our neighbor means not being physically present with them. In this moment, we find new and creative ways to be present and serve our neighbor.
Crossroads created a worship playlist of the songs we love to sing on Spotify. We will add more songs to the playlist each week.
On March 13th, we received a message that JO Combs School District decided to close all facility rentals, which included CTA, where we gather for Sunday worship. This closing will hold until at least Wednesday, April 1st or until they notify us otherwise.