Crossroads Church suspends weekend services in Kentucky, food boxes still a go

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Crossroads Church will honor Gov. Andy Beshear’s request to not have onsite weekly services at its locations in Kentucky starting immediately through at least Dec. 13.

“We feel this is the best decision to love and protect those in the communities we serve while also being obedient to the authority of the governor,” Crossroads said in a statement.

Thanksgiving Food Drive boxes will still be returned as planned this weekend. Boxes can
be dropped off without contact and volunteers will be wearing face masks and gloves. To learn more about times and locations for returning these items that will feed local families in need, visit crossroads.net/tfd.

During this time Crossroads will continue to stream its weekly services at crossroads.net.

“Updates regarding ways that we will continue to serve and build community during this time will also be posted on Facebook pages for each Crossroads site in Kentucky,” the church said.

Crossroads will continue to operate its Ohio locations while monitoring COVID data in
each county as well as recommendations from Gov. DeWine and other authorities.

Crossroads was launched in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1995 and has grown to 11 physical
locations in and around Cincinnati, Lexington, Dayton and Columbus as well as an online
church platform.

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