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Sunday Morning 

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We continue to produce a 30-35 minute worship service for each weekend. Weekly On-Line Services are available each week beginning Mid Saturday Afternoon.  

Lessons from the Book of Revelation, from Pastor Mike

I conclude my time at Cross Winds and head into retirement, I look forward to finishing with a look at several lessons from the last book of the Bible – the Revelation of Jesus Christ to John.  Most people like to avoid this book as it is written in a strange style with weird creatures and cryptic events.

But it is in the Bible for a reason.  It is written at the end of the first century AD to people who are important to the Apostle John.  As followers of Jesus, they were facing terrific persecution from the Roman Empire and struggling to live out their faith under great pressure in very difficult and unfriendly circumstances.  Even though Revelation can be hard to understand and even scary – it is in the Bible to bring hope and encouragement to anyone who wants to follow Jesus Christ. Although it was not written to us, it has much to say to us here in the 21st century.  So we’re going to dig and mine some of the gold here.  I encourage you to read in the book of Revelation, but don’t worry about the understanding all the details and what it all means – just get a feel for the word pictures the author John is sharing.  Even without a detailed study, these images and scenes express hope and confidence.  Even though the power of evil is strong, the strength of God is much greater.  Even though God’s people face difficulties, we are never left alone.  Even though chaos seems to be in control, Christ is at work and the  Kingdom of God will prevail.

Pastor Mike


Sunday, May 9, 2021  10:00 am  Drive-In Worship
"Worthy is the Lamb"      Revelation 4 & 5

In his vision, John looks deeply into the center of heaven, and there he sees a throne with Jesus first pictured as a Lion and then as a Lamb.                                                                        And all of heaven is focused on this throne a worshipping Jesus.  As we often say in an understatement about Jesus-"He's kinds of a big deal."

On this Mother's Day we celebrate our Mothers.


Sunday, May 16, 2021   10:00 am   In House Worship
"Trials, Tribulation, and Patience"   Revelation 6: 1-9 & 7: 13-17

Sometimes people think that because they have faith in God, their life should be smooth sailing-that they should be spared for trials and heartache. But Jesus had a clear word for his followers; "In this world you will have tribulation, but be cheerful, I have overcome the world."

The book of Revelation encourages us to persevere and trust that even though times may be tough, they will not last forever and God will never abandon us.


Sunday, May 23, 2021   10:00 am   Drive-In Worship
"The Truth about Judgement" Based on Revelation 16

The book of Revelation proclaims that God is just and that corruption and evil will not last-they will be overcome.


Sunday, May 30, 2021   10:00 am  In House Worship
"The End Game"   Revelation 21 & 22

God's plan and hopes for people and all creations are fulfilled.  Here is a picture to encourage our faith as we see a picture of the beauty of heaven.


All of us look forward to getting together for worship and seeing each other face to face.  The day is getting closer friends.  We are making plans for increased building use and in-person worship in the sanctuary.  Here is the latest update from Cross Winds’ COVID-19 Task Force:


  • In-person sanctuary worship will be held on two Sundays mornings a month, alternating with parking lot worship services. All Sunday morning worship services will be at 10 AM.   The in person sanctuary services for May will be on the 2nd, 16th and 30th.  

 Here are important things to know about in-person worship in the sanctuary:

  • The sanctuary limit is 150 persons at this time.
  • masks will be required
  • you will be directed by ushers when you arrive and depart.
  • we will not be singing songs. You can quietly hum along with music.
  • individuals and families will sit together in designated spots at least six feet apart from others
  • no items will be passed or handed to one another. There will be no bulletins – we will use the screens.  Offerings will be placed in plates as you depart.  When communion is celebrated, you will pick up a cup of bread and grapes for yourself or family as you enter.
  • Refreshments will not be served, and conversations should take place outside in the parking lot.
  • If you have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccination, please do so as soon as possible.
  • If you are not feeling well, please stay home and enjoy the on-line worship service.


  • will be held at 10 AM on the following upcoming Sundays: of the month. Upcoming dates include  May 9th & 23rd
  • You will continue to enjoy the music and spoken words by tuning your FM radio to 94.1
  • Please feel free to bring a lawn chair to sit outside your car or in a designated location.
  • Physical distancing will be observed between families and masks should be worn when outside your car.


We are committed to releasing a recorded worship service each week.


  • All meetings and gatherings must be scheduled through Lori Goldstein in the church office.
  • A list of attendees is required
  • Masks must be worn
  • Six-foot physical distancing is required for persons from different households.
  • Groups must not share food or physical objects.
  • The Fellowship Hall is limited to 30 persons at this point.
  • Up to 10 persons are allowed in other church rooms.


 The normal Sunday Morning non-COVID Schedule during the school year is:

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