Updated July 6, 2020: It has been a joy to worship with you in person over the last five weekends. Certainly it has been different from our “pre-COVID” worship experience, but I am thankful for your flexibility and patience as we work to gather together for worship while keeping one another safe and healthy.
Last week St. Louis County announced that capacity restrictions for gatherings such as worship services were increasing from 25% to 50% of building capacity. This will allow Chapel of the Cross to no longer require registering for services in advance.
We are still carefully sanitizing the building between services and following County requirements involving the wearing of face masks and social distancing.
For those who are unable or unwilling to attend in-person worship yet, you may still watch or listen to the worship service online on Facebook, YouTube, KFUO radio on Sunday evenings at 6:00 p.m., or anytime through our website at chapelofthecross.org.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me or the office at 314-741-3737.
God’s peace and joy be yours!
Updated May 29, 2020: Resumption of church services to begin June 6/7. With the easing of St. Louis County restrictions for church gatherings, Chapel of the Cross will begin holding limited-number, socially-distanced worship services at the normal worship schedule: Saturday at 5 p.m.; Sunday at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Each worshiper will wear a mask and must pre-register by calling the church office (314-741-3737) during regular office hours to ensure compliance with capacity regulations. For detailed information, click here. Thank you!
Updated March 21, 2020: Click here to listen or watch services online (click on weekly episode title for more details and links to download the bulletin, give online, etc.).
Please click here to read a letter from Pastor Laesch regarding Chapel's response to COVID-19 and information about the temporary suspension of in-person worship services and church activities as we move things online. Check Chapel's website frequently for updated information and links to online worship services and events as this situation is changing constantly. If you are on Facebook, please also like and follow our Facebook page for news, messages, encouragement, and the occasional live hymn sing! Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate these difficult times together.“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble” (Ps. 46:1).