Ministry Update Hub

(Updated August 6, 2020)

Kids Are Worth It

Emphasis for August – Human Trafficking

Stay Free is an initiative to inform, train, and educate students, teachers, and local community law representatives from North and South Romania about Human Trafficking . 74% of all trafficking victims in Eastern Europe come from this area.  Our goal through Kids Are Worth It is to help fund this 2-year project for which our lead pastor, Ryan Howell, serves as vice-president.

Click here and use the drop down menu to designate giving to Kids Are Worth It.

New Series – SoulFest

Imagine if God put one song in your heart each week that could help you discover meaning in the troubles of life and experience the transforming power of faith, hope and love; what would it be? Well, tune in each week to hear that song and consider the connection between the song lyrics, sacred scripture and a life hidden in the unfailing love of God. Together, we will see that music really is good for the soul!

New Gathering Times

We are excited to let you know of some changes to our gathering times.  We will continue to have our LiveCast at 630pm on Thursday and now at 10am on Sunday.  In addition, there will be an Outdoor Service at the Crossroads Taft Campus at 10am on Sundays. Whether you choose to stay safe at home or gather with our Crossroads Family, the same great music and teaching will be a part of both experiences.  


Thursday: 630p and Sunday: 10am

Outdoor Service

Sunday: 10am

All kids are invited to tune in to KidsCast for worship, a game and a Bible lesson each week. KidsCast will be broadcast on the Crossroads Kids online campus Sundays at 1115am and available On Demand at Crossroads Kids Online.

Summer Ventures

We want to help you gather safely with friends & family (framily) to do fun activities and events this summer. With SUMMER VENTURES, we provide you with all the resources, tools and advice to plan this fun activities and events for your framily!

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Church Life Update

As society begins the process of reopening, many of us have questions in anticipation for what this means for Crossroads programs and gatherings. On the last Thursday of each month, from 8-9pm, we will go live on our social media channels to share updates on program activities, current finances and any developing plans for the future of our in-person programs. We will also take time to answer any questions you may have.

Read the Summary of the most recent Church Life Update here

Watch the most recent Church Life Update on YouTube

Next Update: August 27, 8-9pm – Watch: Facebook Live / Online Campus / YouTube

Market Days – Fresh Fruits and Veggies for Seniors

August 8 & 22, September 5 & 19, October 3, 17 & 31

Student Gathering

Middle School and High School students meet every Thursday at 630pm on the East Patio.  It is a great time with social distancing and masks. For more information email: [email protected]

The Store

Our brand new store has been updated with all new items! From shirts, totes, and even a trucker hat, you can now wear “Hope” everywhere you go. All items are ethically sourced, and proceeds from store items support COVID-19 relief. Check out the new stuff!

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Project HOPE (formerly Project One)

It’s time! We’re ready to safely move ahead to serve our community in the same spirit of compassion and hands-on love as we always have. Let’s make the summer of 2020 a summer of serving. Here are two exciting developments regarding Project HOPE (formerly Project One). For the latest update, click here.

The Guide (Kinda like a TV Guide)

We’re online everyday– broadcasting about hopeful and meaningful topics. From the twice-weekly FramilyCast to KIDS programs, the Daily Drop of Hope to original music videos… there is something for everyone. Most livecasts are also available on demand. Click here for the ever-evolving lineup of streaming content for all ages.

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Local Peacemaking Initiatives

This unprecedented time has created unique challenges for our community. Crossroads is committed to doing our part to meet needs and make a difference. To learn how you can pick up an item “while you’re out” this week to help under-resourced individuals, click here. If you or someone you know is 70 or older, or has health conditions that put them in the higher-risk bracket, and could use help with errands, grocery shopping and other tasks please let us know so we can assist you. To submit a need, click here. If you would like to volunteer for the assistance team, click here.

New Groups! Connecting, Study, Support & Peacemaking

We are launching a number of new Groups. There are study groups, connect groups, support groups and groups who work together on peacemaking projects. While we might not be PHYSICALLY together during this time, we can still gather virtually to care for, encourage, laugh, cry and grow together.

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Orange Dots of Hope Facebook Group

Check out the “Orange Dots of Hope” facebook group on the Crossroads Facebook page. (You might have know this group as the “Crossroads Community” group.) This is the place we can come to share, care and pray for each other, support and meet the needs of one another, share in each other’s joys and sorrows, share important information and more. It’s a hub for us to be strengthened an encouraged as we seek to be Orange Dots of Hope to everyone we encounter. Invite your Crossroads fam to join so we can grow the Orange Dot community!

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Celebrating Ministry Activities

Every now and again, our church staff will engage in a practice we call “Share Good News.” We simply go around the circle and each person will share something good that’s happening in his/her life. Life right now looks a little weird, and maybe feels a little heavy, so let’s share some good news, shall we? For the latest celebrations, click here.

The Daily Drop of Hope

Ryan is giving us a Morning Drop of Hope via Facebook Live at 10am weekdays. Grab a cup of coffee and bring your questions, your community spirit and your prayer requests to the table.

Unleashing Generosity

We won’t be able to care for our church family and extend that care into the community unless we give regularly and generously during this time. So, if you typically give during a gathering at the Taft Avenue facility, please lean into other ways of giving. You can give online on the website, via text (text “crossroads” to 77977) or by making use of the offering envelopes that can be dropped in any mailbox, postage prepaid. If your FRAMILY needs Giving Envelopes, email [email protected]. We will deliver. There is a stock of envelopes at the orange Giving Kiosk in the west Atrium entryway (open M-Th, 10am-3pm). For more detailed directions about how to give online, click here.

Our Commitment to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

The health and safety of all people is of the highest importance to us. Based on the recommendations of the CDC, Larimer County and the healthcare community, we have shifted all Crossroads meetings and gatherings to virtual meetings, asked most of our staff to work from home. Our Taft Avenue facility is now operating under special access guidelines. Two staff will be onsite during business hours when the west entrance is open (M-Th, 10am-3pm). If you need further access, call 970.203.9201. For more information, click here.

Care & Support

In need of prayer or care? To share your prayer request with us, fill out the weekly connect card by clicking here. You can also indicate your interest in joining the prayer team on the same form.  If you need spiritual companionship or help finding specialized care, please email Pastor Perry Creede at [email protected].