Colin Sankey, a protege of Dr. Bruce Harding during his growing-up years playing with the Crossroads Band, has released his first solo album of music, and won the Phil Jones Solo Bass Competition in New York. Read on to find out more.
Opinion: Recognize and honour all of our veterans
As Remembrance Day approaches, I am aware that a diverse group of Delta citizens will gather to remember the sacrifices of people who are named on our cenotaph.
Canadian Foodgrains Bank Event at Crossroads
On the evening of September 28, 2022, a group gathered at Crossroads to learn more about the Canadian Foodgrains Bank’s very successful climate-resilient farming program, and to ask the federal government to increase its support.
Rev. Dr. Carmen Lansdowne Elected 44th Moderator
The United Church of Canada has elected the Rev. Dr. Carmen Lansdowne, Kwisa’lakw, 47, as its 44th Moderator. She will be the church’s spiritual leader for the next three years. The Rev. Dr. Lansdowne is a member of the Heiltsuk First Nation.
Crossroads’ Community of Faith joins with others to Help Move First Forward
Crossroads has long been in relationship with First United, UCC’s flagship social service mission in Vancouver. Now, we have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to partner with First United in a new way.
Concern for Ukrainian Communities
News reports of the invasion of Ukraine stir both our hearts and our conscience. As people of faith, The United Church of Canada holds in prayer all those facing fear and violence and seeks the immediate cessation of war.
Opposing Symbols of Hate in Protests
The right to protest and voice objections are valued in every democratic society. As the Anti-Racism Common Table, we support the right to protest non-violently. We are also moved to express our deep concerns about the current “Freedom Convoys” …
A Statement on the Trucker Convoy by Indigenous Minister Tony Snow
Each day we are confronted with news about the trucker convoy. Each day we are asked to believe their rhetoric about the curtailing of rights and freedoms while excusing the symbols of hate…
Korea Peace Campaign
Yesterday, The United Church of Canada launched its Korea Peace Appeal Ten Thousand Signature Campaign and declared, “70 years is enough. It’s time to end the Korean War.” Communities of faith across Canada are invited to sign the appeal.
New Vision and Mission Statements for the UCC
The United Church of Canada has discerned new Vision and Mission Statements. The new call and vision statements speak to how the UCC boldly embodies the Christian story in this time, filled with the certainty of resurrection and hope for new life.