When are we gathering again?
We are currently gathering back in-person on Sunday mornings, Sunday evenings and Wednesday evenings! We will be outside for Sunday morning services, so please bring a chair for each person in your group and water to drink. A few shaded areas will be available, but please reserve them for those most in need. Connexions and Sunday evening services are meeting inside.
Will there be bathrooms at the outdoor service?
Yes, bathroom access in the building will be made available. Please use door #15 to enter our building for bathroom access. There will be a large sign outside to help identify which door to enter. Face coverings are required to enter the building, please bring your own.
Are face coverings required?
For our outdoor services, we do not require you wear a face covering, but you are absolutely welcome to do so if you are more comfortable wearing one.
What do I need to bring to the outdoor service?
We ask that you bring:
I'm not ready for in-person gatherings yet. Will you still have online services?
Yes! We understand that everyone's comfortability level varies. If you are not ready to join our in-person gatherings quite yet, join us online Sunday mornings at 10:45am! You can find our services under our "messages" tab.
What if we have inclement weather on Sunday?
We will make a determination on Sundays by 7am at the latest. If an in-person service is cancelled, we will have an online service only. Notifications of cancellation will be sent out via Facebook, here on our website, and via text.
How long are you having outdoor services?
We are going to keep meeting outside for the forseeable future. However, please know that this situation is very fluid and that is subject to change. We promise to keep you updated when we choose to move our services back indoors!
I have more questions. Who can I contact?
No problem - we're here to answer any questions you may have. If you've read through this page and haven't found an answer to your question, contact us.
Can small groups/ministries meet yet?
Yes! You are welcome to meet with your groups in your homes if you are comfortable, or you can use the church building for groups less than 50. Larger groups may meet outside, but you must bring all the supplies you'll need. We ask that you do not remove anything (chairs, tables, food, etc) from the church building at this time.
Are there kids programs?
We love our Pointe Kids so much, but we are not currently offering any kids programs or nursery services. Your children are welcome to join you in the Sunday service.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Connexions will be meeting in-person again starting July 8th. Our final online Connexions service will take place on Wednesday, July 1st.
The Pointe youth group (grades 7-12) is meeting in-person outside at the fire pit on Wednesdays at 7pm.
We ask that students remain socially distanced. Since it may be hot, we recommend bringing water.
Restroom access will be available, but we ask all who enter the building and are in close proximity to others to wear a face covering. Please bring your own.
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 Mick@cpccwayne.org.
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