Whether you're celebrating Easter in-person or online, you have a spot at CrossRoad!

As you plan the best experience for you and your family, below you'll find some important notes about how things are working during this season.

For those of you who are ready to return to an in-person experience, we have returned to our indoor 10am in-person service, which is also broadcast online. Reservations are not necessary and we have a few different options for families looking to worship with us.   

FAQ In Person

Services on Easter morning are at 6:30am, 8:30am, and 10am. See the Easter tile above to get more information about each service. 

Our Operational Team has worked hard to design a safe, welcoming environment. 

Masks are required. 

  • Doors will be propped open.
  • You will see hand sanitizer stations in various locations around the church. 
  • We have created a touch-free worship service. Our message notes are online, as well as our giving and connect cards. You can use your smart phone for almost everything at the church. 
  • We have maximized the use of our large worship center to keep each family 6ft from other families. 
  • If you or someone in your home is not feeling well, or if you have been exposed to the coronavirus in the last 14 days, please worship with us online.

For the 8:30am & 10am service, our children’s ministry is available for 6 weeks through 5th grade. The health and safety guidelines for children are very similar to what many schools are doing: temperature checks, social distancing, and masks required for KidQuest (K-5) but not for small children in the nursery. If your child is sick or has been exposed to the coronavirus within the last 14 days, please worship with us online.

FAQ Online

We will be live-streaming our 10am service on Facebook LIVE. You can find us at facebook.com/crossroadchurchjax/live

You can also watch the replay anytime, on our website here

Our Easter gathering streams live at 10am.

  • You may also watch the replay on Facebook anytime after 11am.
  • It’s important to remember that we are one community, even though we may be experiencing the service differently. Some have found that standing during music, and following along in the message notes has helped them to feel connected! 
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