Cross View offers onsite worship each Sunday morning. Traditional worship is offered in the sanctuary at 8:15 AM. Contemporary worship is offered in the Great Commission Room at 10:45 AM. Communion is offered in both services on the second and fourth Sundays.
Due to the current COVID-19 occupancy restrictions, every person who attends needs to pre-register via CV Connect. You will need to sign up each week. Registration is available starting on Monday six days prior to the service. Click here to register for this Sunday. On the registration page, you will be able to use the dropdown button to select the service for which you are registering.
Please remember that we will need to abide by certain restrictions such as wearing masks, social distancing, singing only quietly while masked, etc. In addition, temperatures will be taken at the door. The full list of COVID-19 safety measures is available here.
If you in a high-risk category or do not feel comfortable worshiping in person for any other reason, we will offer live streams of both services on Sunday morning. In addition, we will offer drive-through communion in the parking lot on the second and fourth Sundays, 12:15 - 1:00 PM. Click here to register for drive-through communion. On the registration page, you will be able to select drive-through communion instead of one of the services.
Our 8:15 a.m. service every Sunday follows a traditional worship format, focusing on a relevant ‘theme of the day’ or ‘topic of the times’ to draw meaningful connections between the Scripture and our everyday lives. The service includes a wide variety of traditional music, accompanied by the pipe organ and piano.
Our 10:45 a.m. service is a casual worship opportunity. Contemporary songs, led by our Praise Team, guide worshippers through a service of Word and Sacrament expressed through the Scripture. If you enjoy a contemporary worship experience and contemporary music, this service is for you.
Every spring during Lent, we gather together in worship on Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. Our services during Lent give us the opportunity to draw closer to God’s words through study of the Scripture and through song in the weeks leading up to Christ’s Crucifixion and Resurrection.