ALCOHOL POLICY All Events: Only beer and wine are allowed. No hard alcohol. Catered Events Caterers must provide Crosspoint Community with a copy of their rules and license to serve alcohol if there is to be alcohol at an event. They must use servers with TAM cards. Non-catered Events This includes events where the food was delivered by a caterer, but they have not provided staff to be present during the entire event. Alcoholic drinks may not be sold at Crosspoint Community Church unless you buy a temporary license available from the city and use TAM servers. No open kegs are allowed. If free alcohol is provided for a private party, a TAM server must be hired to do so. Many local hotels have licenses and TAM servers you can arrange to use, even if they do not provide food. You must provide a list of names and copies of the photo ID and TAM card to Crosspoint of TAM servers you will be using by 1 week before event. Servers must have photo ID’s and Tam cards on their person during event.

Crosspoint Community Church 1920 W Dimond STE K Anchorage, AK 99515

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