Covid-19 Updates

Updated 5/24/21

Dear CrossPointe Family,

I believe it was William Shakespeare who famously wrote, “To mask or not to mask, that is the
question” (or something like that). That has really been the question over the past year with
many varied answers in many varied situations. Here at CrossPointe Church, we have attempted
to answer the mask question with guidelines that hopefully communicated grace, care, and love
for one another even though it has not always been convenient or comfortable.

I am incredibly thankful for the Lord’s faithfulness and provision for His people during this
season. I am very thankful for your prayers as I have continued to seek counsel from ministry
leaders and pastors. I am also very encouraged by the recent CDC guidance! Increased
vaccination and progress toward herd immunity have greatly reduced COVID-19 spread and
hospitalization rates nationwide and in our community.

Therefore, I am confident moving forward with the following direction, which is a change from
even my most recent communication two weeks ago. Beginning Sunday, May 30, 2021
(Memorial Day Weekend), wearing a mask in our CrossPointe Church building will be

Certainly, I would ask that you prayerfully determine what is best for your family. If you feel
more comfortable continuing to wear a mask, please do so. We will continue to show grace and
love to one another. If you feel more comfortable with increased social distancing, please know
that we will keep our sanctuary seating at its current spacing. The seating in the front of the
sanctuary near the stage offers increased distancing. There is also additional seating available in
the balcony during both services.

It is important that we all remain diligent when it comes to hygiene so we will continue to
provide hand sanitizer throughout the facility. It is also very important that you remain at home if
you are sick, have any symptoms consistent with COVID-19, or have been exposed to COVID-
19. We will continue to live stream our 10:45am worship service for those who cannot be with us
in-person on any given Sunday.
Pastor Jay