About our Church
What are your services like?
We try to encourage conversation and community. We welcome questions, differences of opinion, and give everyone a chance to share. We talk about our lives together through fellowship and lift each other up in prayer. We celebrate God through a combination of traditional and contemporary music styles. We learn together through Bible teaching with a focus on engagement and spiritual growth.
Service begins with a time of praise and worship. Afterwards, the children are dismissed for the children’s program downstairs. After that we pray for one another and listen to biblical teaching. Then we break up into small groups for a short discussion focusing on how we might apply the teaching in our own circumstances. Participation in the discussion is entirely voluntary, so you won’t be pressured to contribute if you’re not comfortable doing so.
Why attend a Sunday gathering?
Sunday gatherings are safe spaces to be able to share our joys and our struggles with each other, and release our hearts to God. As we gather, we encourage each other in our strengths, and lift each other up in weaknesses. It is a place to be empowered and equipped to go out into the rest of our week loving God, ourselves, and others more.
About our Denomination
Crossings Community Church is a member of the Be In Christ Church of Canada (formerly Brethren in Christ). We’re a denomination in the Anabaptist tradition. Jesus is the centre of our faith. Community is the centre of our life, and reconciliation is the centre of our work.
About Our Pastor
Peter Law joined the community at Crossings Community Church as pastor (and worship leader) in 2019. Before becoming a pastor, Peter served as a missionary in Hungary, and has worked in the marketplace as a Factory Worker, a Photographer, a Graphic Designer, a Prepress Technician, an English Teacher and a Hotel Marketing Director. Peter has a Bachelor’s degree from Trinity Western University and a Master of Divinity degree from Tyndale Seminary.
Peter loves photography, playing guitar and nerding out on history and science documentaries. He and his wife Carolyn have been married since 2008 and have three young children.