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Update for in-person worship services

Here is an important update on our Sunday morning worship plans....

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What to do if you become sick (or have come into contact with someone who is)

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Why do we want to know if you have become sick? First of all, so we can be praying for God's loving care to in the midst of your struggle. You are not alone and we are here for you. Second, this is a clear way we can be proactively loving towards one another. We desire to do the best we can to operate safely and effectively as a church family. Knowing this real-time data...

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Is church on a break?

Is church on a break? That's what it feels like right now. It's now been over a month since we've gathered for worship and other church-related activities. And in a certain sense of what you and I might commonly think of church--yes, much is on a break. Consider all that we've postponed--Sunday worship gatherings, weekly Life Groups in homes, shared meals with others, m...

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Support Our Medical Professionals

Our medical professionals are in great need of protective gear, in particular face shields. A member at Holy Cross is a floor supervisor in the Intensive Care Unit at UMC Banner in Tucson. We have assembled and are delivering dozens of face shields to UMC Banner to express our support and love to all our medical professionals. ...

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Update On Sunday Service Preparations

Earlier this week we posted a letter online explaining our church's response to the coronavirus outbreak. In that letter we mentioned that we would be updating you with any adjustments to our ministry activities. As of this morning, we have decided to suspend our worship services for tomorrow, March 15th. First, let me tell you why we've come to this decision...

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A letter to our church regarding the coronavirus

Dear Holy Cross Family, Your leaders at Holy Cross desire to lean into the global conversation surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. There is so much to be said, but we believe a starting place for us would be to consider how this pandemic provides the opportunity to move towards God in faith and towards others in love as we seek the welfare of our church, c...

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Give Thanks Offering Update

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In just 18 days your giving has generated $4,298 towards outward-focused ministries like church-planting, local and international missions, campus ministry, and mercy and outreach. Great job! ...

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Congrats new elders & deacon

We've tallied the results of our election today and pleased to announce the overwhelming approval of our elder candidates: John Yu, Tim Sinclair, and Aaron Johnson. And, the unanimous approval of our deacon candidate: Mike MacBrayne....

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Officer Election, November 10th at both services


One of the great privileges and responsibilities of church membership is the selection of new elders and deacons. We will hold a brief blind-ballot election, November 10th, during both worship services....

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Family Worship Weekend

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Next Family Weekend is coming up November 23-24 The gospel creates a healthy community of rich diversity. It is our privilege to worship God together as we live out our identity as His brought-together people. In Jesus Christ, we are one spiritual family and therefore we welcome all from Holy Cross to participate with us on this special weekend. Join us for a "Friend...

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Give Thanks: 20% of all year-end giving to outward-focused ministries

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Our year-end “Give Thanks” offering is back for 2019. This is when we commit 20% of all gifts given to the general fund in the months of November and December to outward-focused ministries like local and international missionaries, church-planting, and mercy ministries. Last year our “Give Thanks” offering generated over $22,000 with a 2018 total of $33,000 tow...

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