Attend Join Us In Person

Join Us in Person

Join us Sundays as we worship and learn together. Services are in-person at 9am, 11am, or 6pm or live online at 9am and 11am. Sunday services can also be accessed on-demand anytime after the 11am service.

COVID-19 Protocols for Worship Services

In response to the Alberta Government announcement on September 15, our building will operate at 1/3 fire code capacity for all activities, including Sunday services. Masks and two-meter physical distancing between cohorts are required in the building.

Masks and sanitizer will be available at all entrances and we are continuing with enhanced sanitizing protocols.

Registration is not required for attending our services. If we exceed capacity in the sanctuary, we have overflow areas ready for additional people. Please come and worship together!

Kids and Youth

Our Kids Ministry requires registration and check-in on Sundays as part of our Plan to Protect policy. You are welcome to pre-register or walk-in on Sundays and our Kids Min team is happy to help you check-in if you have questions.

There is no registration for Youth at this time but your child will be checked-in to their Youth Service by name as they attend. 

Other Mid-Week Activities

Throughout the week, there are a variety of events taking place in our building, such as small groups and courses. In all cases, mask-wearing and physical distancing between cohorts is currently required while in the building. Please contact directly the leader responsible for your event if you have additional questions.

Religious Exemption Letters 

We have received inquiries regarding CrossRoads providing letters that exempt individuals from vaccines on religious grounds in order to bypass the public health restrictions in place for unvaccinated individuals. 

At CrossRoads, we believe the vaccine is a personal choice and try to respect where people are at in regards to taking it, especially as so many followers of Jesus have different opinions on it.  From a biblical and historic church perspective, we do not see grounds for providing people with religious exemptions to the vaccine. 

We are aware that the decision on whether or not to receive the vaccine weighs heavily on some people. We pray that the Lord gives each of you wisdom through this challenging season.