The CT ministry team has met to pray and seek the Lord regarding the COVID-19 crisis. We spent time specifically praying for you and your family, our city and nation, and the people most affected by this pandemic around the world. After prayerfully considering what to do about services at Crossroads we feel that out of an abundance of caution and concern for the health and safety of you and your family, and with a desire to be in compliance with our Mayor and the City of Fort Worth’s “mandatory cancellation” of gatherings our size, WE HAVE DECIDED NOT TO GATHER THIS SUNDAY AS A CONGREGATION AT THE CROSSROADS TABERNACLE CAMPUS. However, we are grateful that we will still be able to worship as a church family online. You can go to our YouTube channel or our CT Tabernacle Facebook page for Facebook Live. Even though we will not be having public services, we will still be able to join together online as a church for Worship and the Word at 10am. We will also go live for the Prayer Service at 9am. So, gather your family and get your Bibles and let’s experience the presence of Jesus together this Sunday online through worship, prayer, and the Word.
Now, let me share my heart with you who call Crossroads Tabernacle your home. Firstly, as the lead pastor at Crossroads, I am only responsible for what happens at our church. I can’t speak for what other churches do or don’t do. My decision to not have us gather Sunday is rooted in my deep conviction about being submitted to those who are in authority over us, which means spiritual and governmental authorities. I believe that there is safety in submission. My district superintendent, Dr. David Downs, is my spiritual leader and he has requested that we move our services online. Our governmental authority is Mayor Betsy Price and she has issued a “mandatory cancellation” of all activities. I believe that by honoring our leaders we are honoring the Lord and that there is safety in this act of submission. We will be giving announcements about future services and gatherings at CT so stay tuned.
Secondly, since last September, we started morning (8am), noon, and night (8pm) prayer and worship in the Prayer Room at CT. As you know, after returning from my sabbatical last summer, the Lord gave me a mandate to prepare you for Jesus’ Second Coming and the end times that precipitate Jesus’ Return. I believe that the Prayer Room and personal preparation and readiness for the coming of the Lord go hand in hand. In I Peter 4:7 it says, “The end of all things is near. Therefore, be alert and of sober mind so that you may pray.”—1Peter 4:7 I believe that there are things that Jesus wants to purify, prune, and purge from our lives in order to make us His pure and spotless Bride, made ready for His return. Also, there are things that Jesus wants to say and do in and through our lives that He can only do if we are listening and in communion with Him. There are people Jesus wants us to reach with the gospel, so we need to be prayed up and full of the power of the Spirit in order to be His witnesses. So, with that said, I want you to know that the Prayer Room at Crossroads Tabernacle will be meeting via zoom. You are welcomed and encouraged to be a part of any one of the allotted hours of prayer to enthrone Jesus and to listen to what the Lord is saying. If you would like to be a part of these meetings please connect with us on Facebook for more information! 
Thirdly, regarding giving our tithes and offerings: For those of us who know and believe that everything we have belongs to Jesus and that giving our First Fruits and Offerings is an act of faith, obedience, and worship, let me direct you in some ways you can keep giving to support the kingdom of God here at Crossroads.
1. The pastors and staff will continue to maintain office hours from 10am-12pm, and you are welcome to bring your tithes and offerings to the church. 
2. You can go online and give at
3. You can text your giving by texting any dollar amount to 84321 and follow the steps to tithe via text.
4. You can mail your tithe to: Crossroads Tabernacle 1470 Morrison Dr. Fort Worth, TX 76112.
Finally, I want each of you to know that your pastoral team at Crossroads Tabernacle is available 24/7. That’s right. You can call us, come by the church, or we can come visit you if you need prayer, counsel, or comfort. We are here for you because we love you deeply.
Pastor Corey & Beth Ann Jones
Crossroads Tabernacle Church of the Nazarene