What to Expect at Crossroads Church

We intend to provide you with up-to-date information about what to expect when attending services and events at Crossroads Church after the COVID-19 closures of 2020. 


We are meeting in person and streaming online.

Service time is 10 am on Sundays.


We want to assure you that we will continue to provide streaming services on our website at www.crossroads.life/live-stream.  Sermons remain downloadable throughout the week and we'll continue to provide CDs upon request.


It is our heart to provide a place for everyone during Sunday morning church services.  Services will not be the same as prior to COVID-19 closures as we make accommodations according to what's being required of us by the authorities. 


Crossroads Church is requiring masks to be worn during the worship service (and all other official church gatherings.)  If you are unable to wear a mask, we invite you to visit our website for online services and events. 
(Exceptions will be made for young children.)


Crossroads Church is going to follow social distancing guidelines including no physical contact with people outside your household and appropriate separation.


We will be having family services. Currently, we will have no kids church and the nursery will be closed. 

We encourage you to grab your coffee before coming to church.  We are working on plans for hospitality in the future but for now, we will have no hospitality or coffee cart. 


Be encouraged.  This is for a season.  This page will be updated as the requirements change.  Updated Nov 19, 2020.

These standards apply for all events or purposes of visiting the church campus.

As of  November 17, 2020

  • The church is limited to 25% capacity inside, including volunteers and leaders.
  • Access to and from the church will be through the main doors only.
  • All people shall wear a face covering (this includes facemasks, scarves, or bandanas covering the nose and mouth) in keeping with the guidelines of our state government.  Crossroads Church is committed to worshiping "in spirit and in truth" (John 4:23-24).  Individuals must not remove their face coverings during worship – it must stay on for the duration of the service.  Please bring your own face covering from home. Only a limited supply of facemasks will be available.
  • Maintain physical distancing requirements of 6 feet of space between members of different households – no physical contact.
  • Restrooms will be accessible and limited to 1 household use at a time.  Individuals waiting to use the restroom must maintain at least 6 feet of distance between each person.  Restrooms need to be disinfected between uses and those supplies will be readily available.
  • All visitors must self-screen for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 before arriving to the location.
  • All visitors should take their temperature before attending a service.    
  • Any individual with a household member who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and/or has a fever of 100.4°F, please stay home until fever-free for 36 hours and symptoms have improved.
  • At this time, there are no kids ministries available.  Children are welcome to attend and participate in events with their parents/guardians as long as they remain under the supervision of their household.  There will be no access to the kids rooms, including the nursery.
  • Coffee cart, snacks and hospitality coffee and cookies will be not be available at this time.

If you would like to understand more about what is being required of the church to resume gatherings, the Governor's requirements can be found here:

https://www.governor.wa.gov/news-media/inslee-announces-updated-religious-and-faith-based-services-guidance