On May 5, 2019, Thea shared the “holy shift” that began inside her three years ago, and continues to “unsettle” her to this day.
On April 21, 2019 Pam shared the “holy shift” that is taking place inside her, growing out of the experience of being disturbed. She invites the listener into conversation about things that matter.
On October 28, 2018, Barry shared his commitment to Crossroads and invited the congregation to join him in supporting the ministry of the congregation in this Stewardship testimony.
On March 18, 2018, Pam invited the congregation to consider the role a diversity of theologies plays in our life together, inviting folks to an event facilitated by Vancouver School of Theology professor Janet Gear.
In this Christmas Eve, 2017 testimony “While We Wait”, Jan, chair of the steering committee of the North Delta Refugee Project, updates the story of our journey to bring “our” Syrian family to Canada.
Elaine invites the congregation to share her passion and commitment for the Christmas Hamper ministry… and shares a secret about her “alter ego” as one of Santa’s elves! This testimony was shared on December 3, 2017.
Jason tells the congregation about why he supports Crossroads with his financial gifts, time and service in this Stewardship Testimony from November 5, 2017.
Linda tells the congregation about “why she supports the church” with her financial gifts, time and service in this Stewardship Testimony from October 30, 2016.
In this Thanksgiving Day, 2016 testimony, Jan, chair of the steering committee of the North Delta Refugee Project, and Abeer, Syrian family member of the family the NDRP is sponsoring to bring to Canada, share the story of this journey together.
In this pair of Thanksgiving Day, 2016 testimonies, Rae and Rachel each tell their perspective on Crossroads’ recent declaration of becoming an Affirming Ministry.
In this testimony from Thanksgiving Day, 2016, Julia shares her journey from participant in Vacation Bible School as a young child, to teen leader in the Kidsweek ministry.
Brian spoke on February 14, 2016 about the work of the “Vision Team” revising the proposed Affirming Vision Statement in response to the congregation’s feedback in November 2015. The new vision (and “tag line”) were on the screens for the congregation to see while he spoke.
We are an inter-generational Christian community called by God to:
- follow Jesus Christ and move with the Holy Spirit;
- welcome the ministry and participation of all persons without regard to age, race, sexual orientation, ability, marital status, culture, family type, gender identity, gender expression and socio-economic status, accepting each other as we are; and
- practice faithful stewardship of God’s gifts and resources to serve the world.
Welcoming Diversity, Serving God’s World