Earlier this month, we discontinued our face-to-face Sunday services. This was in keeping with Ohio’s ban on gatherings of over 100 people. At that time, we noted that we would reassess in early April. A lot has happened since then.
President Trump extended social distancing guidelines to April 30, 2020. This is the time COVID-19 cases are supposed to peak. While we cannot know what happens after, it is probable that social distancing guidelines would extend sometime after the projected peak.
CrossPoint will suspend face-to-face meetings for the foreseeable future. We are not suspending virtual gatherings. We continue to live stream our Sunday morning messages on YouTube and Facebook. Regular links are sent out to those on our email list. A link is supplied every Sunday morning on our website and church Facebook page.
The CrossPoint family will continue to move forward.
At times like these, we see the wisdom of divinely ordained government. Our governmental leaders are supplying leadership and we are yielding to their guidance and counsel. We are very thankful for them. Additionally, we are grateful for medical personnel. Our doctors, nurses, and medical teams are under extraordinary pressure. They are working so hard. What would we do without them?
Please stay tuned for weekly updates. Our leaders are working hard to do what is in front of us. We are also trying to yield to our sense that God is telling us to ‘take a break!’ This ‘break’ is imposed. Everyone has to take a break and the work we would normally do is simply not possible. Yet, we march forward in what ways we can and should.
Thank you, CrossPoint, for giving expression to God’s grace.