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Music at Crossroads

Music

 
 

Music is a vital ministry at Crossroads United, a conduit for the Holy to enter our lives and a vehicle for praise of the One “in whom we live and move and have our being.”



 
 
Choir

All-Ages Choir

Our choir rehearses Sunday mornings before worship, 9:00 am – 10:00 am. All are welcome to join us — no previous experience necessary, just a curiosity about or passion for singing. Drop-ins and occasional singers are also welcome. We want you to be all you can be musically, so opportunities for solo and small ensemble work are also provided.

 


Band

The Band

Instrumentalists of all ages can help lead us in worship! We have an amazing group of volunteer musicians of all skill levels who contribute regularly to worship, so please join us if you wish to exercise your gifts in this ministry. Rehearsals are Monday nights at 7:00 pm.

 


Four members of the Crossroads Children's Choir singing

Children’s Choir

Led by our able accompanist, Nicole Desy, the children’s choir is a wonderful opportunity for kids to explore their faith through singing in community. Rehearsals are after Sunday worship, around 12pm, for fifteen minutes.

 


YouthChoir

Youth Choir

Under the leadership of Dr. Bruce Harding, youth are invited to engage in making a joyful noise by taking on more challenging and creative musical pieces.

 


re•sound: an intercultural and interfaith open mic event
 
re·sound Intercultural Interfaith Open Mic logo

re·sound: #intercultural #interfaith #openminds

Think open mic:  sharing and vulnerability.
Think mehfil:  intimacy and musicality.
Think ceilidh:  kitchen party!
Think song circle:  community.
 
Let the heavens #re·sound on the first Friday of each month! Sing, play, jam, listen, and learn from your neighbour. All are welcome! Starts December 7, 2018 @ 7:30 p.m.
 
 
 
rəˈzound/
verb
1. to fill a place with sound; be loud enough to echo.
synonyms: echo, re-echo, reverberate, ring out, boom, thunder, rumble
2. literary: to sing (the praises) of