We have come together for the National Day of Prayer for many years. However this is not the time to fill Three Crosses, even with the right motive. Outside is the safest way for us to begin to gather again. Because we are not trying to get the largest possible crowd, we will have three National Day of Prayer services—Tuesday, May 5 / Wednesday, May 6 / Thursday, May 7—all beginning at 6:00pm outside Three Crosses Sanctuary. The Katinas will be with us to lead worship. All three evenings will be available to watch online.
Notes for the event will be available through the WOC App. There you can also watch the event live, give, see the latest events, and watch previous sermons.Download the WOC App
NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER SERVICES DETAILS
Outside is the safest way for us to begin to gather again
- NOT in our cars, but outside—together—in chairs
- Sunshine, the breeze, fresh air—all contribute to our safety
- We are not trying to get the largest possible crowd, thus there are three services over three days.
- Tuesday May 5 / Wednesday May 6 / Thursday May 7, from 6-7pm
- Choose one of the services to attend.
- The Katinas lead worship all three nights
- All 3 nights are live-streamed
- You may bring a guest or friend
- If weather prohibits being outside—rain, etc. WE WILL POST ON WEBSITE & SOCIAL MEDIA, JUST LIKE ICE RINK CLOSURES
When You Arrive
- The event will be outside, on the west end of campus, in Parking Lot A.
- Please park in Parking Lot H. The stage will be visible as you walk toward the building.
- Approximately 250 chairs will be provided by the church; feel free to bring your own chairs or blankets if you’d like to sit on the grassy areas.
- The building will be locked, and there will be no childcare.
- An offertory will not be collected at the events, but offering collection boxes will be available.
- If the weather prevents us from gathering, we will post on the website and on social media. If in doubt, check one of those places before coming to campus.
- We will still maintain social distance—use the lines on the parking lot, put your chairs on the line
- Please bring any protective equipment you prefer to use (masks, gloves, hand sanitizer), as the church will not be providing these items. Note that none of these items will be required for the event.
- Please do not demonstrate your bold faith, we believe you have it—when needed we will all put our faith on display
- Continue to ”Stay Safe at Home If”… if you are 65 or over; if you have underlying health concerns; if you do not feel well; if you have a temperature
- If you are in one of the groups identified as higher risk—this event is not for you. We are sorry, and are planning opportunities for the near future.