Will NorthCross Online still be available?
Yes. We're grateful for the opportunity we've had to worship together online and we're committed to continuing to offer that option every weekend. We encourage you to continue attending online if you or a family member doesn't feel well, or if you're not ready to begin attending church in-person. You're part of the NorthCross family no matter where you choose to attend.
Our online worship will continue every Sunday at 9am on Facebook and YouTube. It will also be available on demand after 9am.
What will In-Person Worship be like?
We're committed to doing all we can
to offer the same NorthCross experience that you've grown to appreciate and to
love. At the same time, some things will look a little bit different:
- The capacity for these services will be set at
100. This will allow for us to follow social distancing guidelines set out
by the state of Minnesota.
- The service will be "touchless," which
means that we won't be handing out pens or connection cards. There will be
an offering basket at the door, but it won't be passed down the row.
- We won't be serving coffee or snacks from the
- We encourage families to practice social
distancing as they greet and interact with each other.
- Door handles and other touch-points will be
cleaned and disinfected in between services.
What about those who are considered more vulnerable or caring
for those who are?
If you're vulnerable for any reason, we are encouraging you to remain home. If
you have any symptoms of sickness or have been around anyone who has shown symptoms,
we ask you to remain home for at least 14 days.
At this time, NorthCross Kids will remain online only. You are able to access
those lessons and videos at: https://www.northcrossmn.org/kids
We are tentatively planning to resume in-person NorthCross Kids after Labor
Day, but we will continue to monitor state guidelines as that time approaches.
In the meantime, children are invited to worship with their families. As
parents make decisions whether to bring their children to in-person worship, we
ask that they consider our goal of following social distancing