Although Crosspoint has had no reports of anyone associated with Crosspoint being infected with COVID-19, there have been people infected within the community.

Crosspoint announced Friday it was suspending its weekend worship services at its physical campuses, as well as all Sunday activities, for the the next two weekends.


In addition, all church-related activities such as meetings, life groups, ministries and Supper-on-Saturday are suspended during the week of March 15-22, according to a press release from the Crosspoint Church.


The Bargain Box will close during this time, too.


Church offices will remain open and staff members will be available during normal office hours.


Although Crosspoint has had no reports of anyone associated with Crosspoint being infected with COVID-19, there have been people infected within the community.


To help the community reduce the risk of spreading the virus, and in light of recommendations by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to restrict large gatherings, the church are taking these precautions.


The church will continue to offer online worship services on Sundays through the online campus. Members are asked to join online at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.: https://live.crosspoint.church.


Though on-campus activities will be curtailed, Crosspoint is still active in its other ministries, the release said.