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Rev. Cari is grateful for the support of the congregation over the past nine years of Crossroads’ life, as she engages in this time of rest and spiritual rejuvenation, and looks forward to returning to Crossroads for her first Sunday back on September 2, 2018

Rev. Cari is on sabbatical

Rev. Cari Copeman-Haynes is on sabbatical from May 21 to August 29, 2018.   After she is released from Crossroads’ ministry leadership at the end of worship on Sunday, May 20, Rev. Cari will spend until June 3 preparing for (and then presiding over) the General Meeting of BC Conference in Penticton, BC. During June,…

Lydia Ruenzel

Welcome Lydia, Worship Leader during sabbatical

    Lydia Ruenzel is a currently a third-year M.Div. student at the Vancouver School of Theology and a Candidate for ministry within the United Church of Canada. She grew-up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in the Congregational Church and moved to Vancouver in 2009 to attend UBC. Lydia now lives in Port Moody with her husband,…

Rob Copeman-Haynes was still all smiles as his one-man vigil came to a close on Thursday, April 19, 2018. (James Smith photo)

North Delta man’s vigil highlights waste during spring clean up

Rob Copeman-Haynes was still all smiles as his one-man vigil came to a close on Thursday, April 19. (James Smith photo)     One-man vigil reflects on our throwaway culture and contemplates a return to actually fixing things For many Delta residents, the city’s annual spring clean up is a chance to rid themselves of…

Bruce Harding played his Indian bansuri bamboo flute with his bandmates, Indian Standard Time, at a Vaisakhi gig in Surrey. (Photo: Tom Zytaruk).

VAISAKHI: A Surrey piper’s musical harmony

Music director for Crossroads United Church in North Delta plays flute for Indian Standard Time Bruce Harding played his Indian bansuri bamboo flute with his bandmates, Indian Standard Time, at a Vaisakhi gig in Surrey. (Photo by Tom Zytaruk)     Bruce Harding stands out in a crowd, and not just because he’s tall.  …

This is an actual stained-glass window that Hamilton-area artist John Edward Martin built to illustrate Michael Coren's story on the struggle for Canadian Christianity.

Cross purposes: The battle for Christianity in Canada

OPINION by Michael Coren   The Christian left and right are in a tug-of-war for the future of faith in this country. Is it still possible to find a middle path where social justice and spirituality can come together?   John Edward Martin is a Hamilton-based artist who specializes in traditional painted stained glass. He…

Syrian Refugee Family Arrives at the Vancouver Airport and is welcomed by family members already in Canada

North Delta Refugee Project Welcomes Newcomer Family

A Joyous Welcome!     On Tuesday, March 13, 2018 members of the North Delta Refugee Project (NDRP) steering committee from four North Delta churches, as well as family members who are already resident in Canada, made their way to the Vancouver International Airport. Our family was to arrive on a domestic flight from Toronto,…

‘The Little Mermaid’ dives in as Surrey’s first panto of holiday season

Crossroads Kids Perform in Panto!

Crossroads’ own seahorse-playing sisters Madelyn (left) and Kiera (right) flank Yasmin Pena, as Calypso, in “The Little Mermaid,” a panto produced for the Surrey Arts Centre stage by FVGSS, A Musical Theatre Company. (Photo by Rob Dunne, Surrey Now-Leader) The Little Mermaid panto runs from November 23 to December 3, 2017 at the Surrey Arts…

The four-week study, The Jesus Fatwah, was held at Crossroads United Church in Fall 2017

Crossroads Members meet Muslim Neighbours

  Participants in the four-week study, The Jesus Fatwah, met for the third time in the presence of Maulana Nabil Khan, a young Islamic scholar who graduated from the Al-Ihsan Institute (founded and led by the Mufti Aasim Rashid). He commenced his studies at the tender age of fifteen and graduated seven years later. He…