Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

March 26, 2020 Update

Crosswater Church Office is Closed for now.

 Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic we are complying with the directive from governing authorities to close our office.

Please be assured we are working from home to stay connected to you through social media and our web site.

 We can still be reached at our email – and we continue praying over prayer requests. 

For now, we have moved ALL our Sunday services ONLINE.
8:15, 9:45, 11:15 (accessible via our web site, Crosswater App, and Facebook)

We love you, our church family, and we’ll see you all ONLINE!

March 18, 2020 Update

Services on Sunday, March 22, will again be held ONLINE only. The sermon video will be posted at the Media page (“Weekly Online Services” button above), Facebook or Crosswater App. Let’s continue to pray for one another, our church and community leaders, our country and the world.

March 18, 2020 Video Message from Jack

March 13, 2020 Update

We’ve made the difficult decision to NOT have services this Sunday at Crosswater.  Instead, we are moving ALL our Sunday services ONLINE.  Join us from home by clicking the Media link and watching March 15, 2020.  We will also be posting on Facebook and adding to our Messages button on our Crosswater App.  We will continue posting more information on the website, social media, and the church app so we can stay connected. You can give your normal tithes and offerings online as well. The church will be open for normal work hours Monday.

We are not making this decision in fear, but out of respect for the recommendation of local authorities and the government.  We also want to protect those in our church family who are most susceptible.  We love you, our church family, and we’ll see you all ONLINE!

March 12, 2020 Update

With the heightened awareness and public concerns regarding the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID -19), we want to assure you that we are carefully monitoring this situation here at Crosswater and are taking a proactive approach to ensure our environments are clean, safe, and that your health and well-being is top priority.


Public health and safety concerns are a top priority at Crosswater. We have taken many precautions to ensure that our services are safe to attend. At Crosswater we are very intentional about providing clean and safe environments. We have already enhanced our cleaning procedures. This includes a comprehensive cleaning of all restrooms and high-touch surfaces, including doorknobs, toys, faucets, handrails, etc. We also provide hand sanitizer stations.


We encourage you to wash your hands frequently and to refrain from simple actions such as shaking hands and touching your face with unwashed hands and hugging. Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue. Also, if you or your children are ill, or if you think you might be coming down with an illness, or are uncomfortable at all with coming, please stay home and watch our services online at :, on our Crosswater App, and our Facebook page. Also, there are two ways to give and not be present at Crosswater: and on our Crosswater App.


At this time, we are following the guidelines of the CDC.


Pastor Millwood will be preaching this Sunday and we hope to see you here this weekend! We will be providing updates as new information becomes available.