Join us Sunday, January 17 @ 10 am for Worship via Facebook
You do NOT need a Facebook Account to view the Live Streaming or Recordings. Click HERE to go to our Facebook page.
Click HERE to view the Bulletins for Sunday's service.
To view previous Sunday's Bulletins and Sermon recordings click HERE.
As the COVID vaccine continues to be distributed throughout Cook County, the Cook County Department of Public Health is surveying individual healthcare and essential workers who live or work in suburban Cook County, as well as suburban Cook County residents to understand their interest in receiving the vaccine.
The survey responses will be used to understand demand and build appropriate capacity to vaccinate. This is not a vaccine registry. It is a survey tool to assist in planning as additional vaccine is distributed. By completing the survey, individuals will be added to a list to receive updates on COVID-19 vaccine availability including the timing and scheduling.
COTC’s Annual Congregational Meeting will take place via Zoom, following worship on Sunday, January 31.  
All active members of the Church of the Cross have a voice and vote for this meeting. The congregation will be asked to receive the 2021 Budget and the 2020 Annual Report.
On Super Bowl Sunday, February 7th , Church of the Cross will be participating in the 2021 Souper Bowl of Caring.
MORE THAN 30 YEARS AGO, the Souper Bowl of Caring began with a simple prayer from a single youth group: “Lord, even as we enjoy the Super Bowl football game, help us be mindful of those without a bowl of soup to eat.”
You can donate online or send a check to the office. Please choose the ‘Other’ option and put “Souper Bowl” in the comments if you donate online.
  Join us via Zoom every Wednesday at 12 noon for bible study as we discuss scripture passages for our upcoming worship service. Contact Pastor Julie for the Zoom access information to join the Zoom session.  
Here is the schedule:
Men's Bible Study will meet on January 20th, February 10th &
February 24thThe meetings start at 7 pm
Our current study is on the book "ISAIAH Trusting God in Troubled Times " by Howard Peskett. 
We meet via Zoom. We encourage new attendees, so if interested, please contact Ken G. or Stu R. for access details.  
The group meets via Zoom on Sundays at 11:30 am. 
Our current study book is “Materiality as Resistance: Five Elements for Moral Action in the Real World” by Walter Brueggemann.
EVERYONE is invited to join the study!
 Let Pastor Julie know you are interested,
and the Zoom info will be sent directly to you.  

   Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 7 pm
Our current book is An Irish Country Doctor by Patrick Taylor
If you want to be included, please email Judie at judietrue@gmail.com and she will send you a Zoom invitation.
Orders for the weekly flower arrangements in the sanctuary can be placed again. Our supplier is now Fabbrini Flowers. The cost for one arrangement is $40.
A flower arrangement is a perfect opportunity to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and special occasions or in honor/memory of loved ones.
To order a flower arrangement, please click HERE or email the office at office@cotc-pcusa.org with the date, dedication and other details of your order. Flower arrangements can be taken home right after the worship service.
Donations to the General Fund, Major Maintenance Fund, Deacons Fund and Memorial Fund can now be made online on our website or via the Give+ Church application on your phone. For instructions, please pick up flyers in the lounge or visit our website by clicking HERE. Click on the button below to start the process of creating a profile and/or scheduling your donation.
Connecting in this time of physical distancing is vital to our remaining connected in life giving ways. 
Zoom Gatherings can be accessed with a computer, a tablet, a smart phone, or by calling in on your regular phone. 
We gather every week on Tuesdays at 11 am & Thursdays at 9 am. 
Contact Pastor Julie for Zoom sign-in information.
Please click HERE to go to our website and scroll down on the page to see current Notes from Pastor Julie. It includes an update on Sunday worship services.