updated May 30, 2020
In response to Governor Whitmer's executive order: Stay Safe, Stay at Home, all in-person services and programs at CrossPointe Community Church will remain suspended through June 12th.
We will continue to gather virtually through online services and video conferencing methods as technology allows. Also, we urge you to continue to make calls to one another to maintain the spirit of unity and love for the body of Christ.
The task force is working on a reopening proposal and will present it to the elder board next week.
Also, since the most recent Stay at Home order was extended until June 12th by our Governor, I am sure that will impact the timeline to return to services at the church. But with that being said, we will keep you updated weekly as we progress to that point.
God bless you.
It's so important that we stay connected as a church family right now.
Below you can find all the important information you'll need to stay safe and connected in the coming weeks.
If you are in need of counseling, please contact the church office to be put in touch with a Pastor or a Stephens Minister.
We can be reached at 734-721-7410 or .
For health and safety reasons, our church building is currently closed.
Even if you have a door code or key, we ask that you please do not enter our church building until further notice.
Thank you for helping keep us all safe!
As we've temporarily moved into digital meetings, it's more important than ever to stay connected! Our small groups are meeting using web conferencing apps like Zoom. Make sure you check in with your small group leader to see which app your group is using. If you are not currently in a small group and would like to be, email Pastor Andy at .
The Pointe youth group (grades 7-12) are meeting online with Zoom on Wednesday nights at 7pm.
We also have a Facebook group where Pastor Paul posts devotions and challenges, helping to keep teens involved throughout the week.
If your teen is not a part of the digital services and would like to be, please contact Pastor Paul at .
Our children's ministry director, Kate Dunphy, will be taking over our Facebook page a few times a week with fun activities for the whole family, Bible stories, and updates. We also encourage you to use RightNow Media for engaging studies to do with your whole family.
Make sure you follow our Facebook page with the button below to stay connected!
Are you using RightNow Media?
It’s a resource here at CrossPointe with hundreds of Bible studies available to you at no charge.
If you would like to use this service but don’t have a password, please contact Pastor Mick at .
If you or someone you know needs help paying for food, paying bills, or has other needs during this time (or in the near future), please visit FindHelp.org. It lists free and reduced-cost services in every city in America and highlights hundreds of programs supporting people who have been specifically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
To visit FindHelp.org, click the button below.
MEALS FOR SENIORS
Michigan recently received additional federal dollars to help provide meals to older adults as the state responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, and wants to make seniors aware of food delivery programs.
These programs – available to Michigan residents over age 60 – provide meals through home delivery and pick up services during the current pandemic.
To find out more, click the button below.
The St. Mary's Catholic Church food bank has temporarily suspended their usual requirements for their food bank.
They are currently open Monday-Friday, from 9am to 12pm. If families reside in the City of Wayne or in the surrounding communities and need food, please stop by.
The location address is below:
St Mary Catholic Church
St. Mary Community Outreach Center
34646 Sims Street
Wayne, Michigan 48184-1748
Phone: (734) 326-223
The St. Mary Food Depot is dedicated to providing food and other goods to those who require assistance in their time of need.