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, these are the actions we are taking to slow the spread of COVID-19, and to protect our staff, volunteers and the community:
CDC Recommendations and Our Unique Mission
This is an evolving situation, and helpful updates about COVID-19 are available from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Since healthy human life is our highest priority, we are committed to both the CDC guidelines and the spiritual and emotional health of our community. As such, all Crossroads gatherings, meetings and events have shifted to a virtual format unless the whole-person health of group members is more at risk by NOT meeting in person. If you need tech support to connect virtually with any group, email [email protected].
Healthy Taft Avenue Facility Use
With the shift to LIVE FramilyCast and virtual group life, the Taft Avenue facility is now operating under special access guidelines. This means you need special permission to enter the building. There is an orange giving drop box located on the south end of the west-side front entryway. 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. Someone will take your call or respond as soon as possible. Our team has heightened cleaning and disinfecting our facility, per CDC guidelines.
The safety and health of our staff are high priorities. Because of this, we’ve asked ministry and admin staff to work from home. Phones will be forwarded to one staff member’s cell phone. During this period, we will continue to provide regular pay to our hourly and salaried employees to ensure that staff families are well cared-for. While we might not be in the building, all staff are working hard to support our FRAMILY Gatherings and to equip you. Boundaries and job titles have been set aside to accomplish the work that needs to be done for today.