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    You want to serve, reach out, make a difference in the world. It starts with finding a church where you and your family can connect with others, love, and be loved.

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    Outside Worship

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New on the Video page - Virtual Worship for August 2nd

 

Outdoor Worship for August 2nd has been cancelled due to inclement weather.

Sunday, July 26, 2020, goes down in history as the day Church of the Cross began the long road back from our Covid-19 shut-down to in-person (outdoor) worship in the shade of the trees next to the driveway and parking spaces adjacent to our church building.  Thanks goes to all who helped build this important milestone, including especially the task force which continues its work to enable both the outdoor and the eventual return to indoor worship services to be conducted in as low-risk an environment as we can possibly design.

As we planned the first ever in the history of the Lexington Church of the Cross outdoor "Drive-in" worship service as a first step toward returning to in-person Sunday services in our sanctuary, we made educated guesses as to how many folks in their cars would attend.  The turnout, when finally came the day and the sun rose on a near perfect Sunday morning, was easily (and wonderfully) twice what we had expected.

 

After many weeks of Wednesday evening "Virtual" Youth Group gatherings via the internet, our gang finally got together in person for a friendly game of church-lawn kick ball.  In the distance are players ready to intercept any ball headed for the creek !

United Methodists Support a Covenant to Resist Racism 

The laity and clergy of the United Methodist East Ohio Conference stand together to resist racism.  As baptized Christian disciples who ‘accept the freedom and power God gives us to resist evil, injustice, and oppression in whatever forms they present themselves,’ we reject the sin of white supremacy and white privilege; we denounce police brutality and racial profiling against people of color and we demand full protection of the civil rights for all of God’s children.

“We accept our responsibility as people of faith to work for the transformation of the world, our Church and our communities.  We covenant with each other, to learn, speak, and act in ways that lift-up and protect the rights and dignity of all of God’s people.”

Make sure our financial support for the Church of the Cross continues uninterrupted even if we are not attending worship in-person on Sunday morning.  Click HERE to go to the NEW on-line Giving page and follow the instructions to on-line your Tithes and Gifts! 

"Virtual" Church of the Cross is here as we together do our part to mitigate the contagion of the virus which is sweeping around the world.  "Virtual" Church of the Cross, for now, means that we will not be gathering together in-person for Sunday morning worship, but we will be sharing together, via this website, weekly sermons, scripture, prayer and songs of faith.  There will be both new Audio and Video features every week, both on Sundays and at mid-week.  To access these features on this website go to the top of this page, click on "Watch & Listen" and select Video or Audio.  There will be things to watch on the video page and often times different things to listen to on the audio page every week.  You are also invited to visit our "Church of the Cross Lexington" YouTube Channel.  There will be a new Playlist for each new Sunday Worship.  Just start the Playlist for this Sunday's date and it will play the entire service in the correct order automatically.

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At the United Methodist Church of the Cross of Lexington we care for your family and extend it, nurturing community through a variety of programs, as a multi-generational close-knit congregation which cares.  Build your family’s foundation of faith at the Lexington Church of the Cross and see where God takes your vision.

When we resume in-person worship after the current world-wide health crisis, all are invited to join us in-person at 9:30 on Sunday mornings.  We are on West Main (Route 97 west) in Lexington, Ohio.  Become part of a welcoming congregation which serves our community and leads others to Christ.

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August 4, 2020

Knotty Ladies

The Knotty Ladies quilting group meets every Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. in the Triple Classroom.

August 5, 2020

Youth Bonfire

August 9, 2020

Outside Worship

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The church office is open 9 am-Noon during the summer!

Pastor's Pen

On Eagle's Wings

You will not fear the terror of the night, or the arrow that flies by day, or the pestilence that stalks in darkness, or the destruction that wastes at noonday.

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Pastor's Pen - The Soil, Climate and Atmosphere of Growth

The Soil, Climate, and Atmosphere of Growth

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Lexington Church of the Cross
236 Otterbein Dr.
Lexington, OH 44904

Phone: (419) 884-2150
Fax: (419) 884-0411
Email: jodi@churchofthecrosslex.com

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Sundays: 9:30 a.m.

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