We now have one service on Sunday, at 10:00am.
We will continue to do a Sunday Livestream on our YouTube Channel
Following CDC and State of Minnesota guidance, masks and social distancing are no longer required at Cross of Grace Church. However, you are welcome to continue to wear masks at your discretion, and will be supported in your decision.
While the mask and social distancing requirements are lifted, we understand not everyone is comfortable gathering with lots of people in close contact without a mask. We continue to remain committed to your safety and security. We encourage everyone to walk in humility, wisdom, and discernment in all our interactions – not primarily to please ourselves, but to prefer and serve others (Phil. 2:1-4).
We'd ask that you continue to be mindful of your health and its impact on others. If you or someone in your family has exhibited any of the following symptoms within the last 72 hrs before a church service, please do not attend:
- Chest pain
- Sore throat
- Anyone who has been exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19 should not attend for two weeks after the exposure.
For parents with children involved in our children' ministry, we'd ask that you carefully follow our Wellness Policy.
Are our normal kids ministry classes running?
Yes, we are currently offering classes from Nursery through 5th grade.
Are kids welcome in services?
Absolutely. We firmly believe that kids should be welcomed in our services, especially during this unique time.
Our one requirement for kids is that parents be able to keep their children with them during the entire service in order to promote safety.
How can I prepare for bringing my kids to services?
We recommend parents pack the following for their kids:
- Crayons or markers
- A Bible or Kids Bible
We also believe this is a wonderful opportunity to talk to your kids in advance about what’s going on in the service and explain things like, “Why do we sing? Why does someone get up and explain the Bible? What can we learn from today about God?”
Last, we understand this may be new for some kids. Younger kids especially might have questions or get wiggly. That’s totally fine and it’s never a burden or distraction to walk with parents as they help their kids adjust to being in service together.