Welcome to St. Croix Church!

We are glad that you are here. Whether you visit for one or two weeks or stay for years, whether you come to services on a regular basis or just hang out at parties and social events, you are welcome. ♥

 

We are glad that you are here. Whether you visit for one or two weeks or stay for years, whether you come to services on a regular basis or just hang out at parties and social events, you are welcome.

 

Welcome to
St. Croix Church

We are glad that you are here. Whether you visit for one or two weeks or stay for years, whether you come to services on a regular basis or just hang out at parties and social events, you are welcome.

WE  HAVE  2  SERVICES  ON  SUNDAYS

 

 

► Early (Celtic) Service at 9:30 am in the Café upstairs. A casual liturgy around tables and chairs, communion offered weekly. (Come early for coffee/muffins; once a month you can join by Zoom)
► Second (Contemporary) Service at 10:30am in the main hall downstairs. A mix of music, prayer, children’s story, coffee time and teaching. (Second Sunday of the month = ‘Second Breakfast Potluck; last Sunday of the month = Communion Liturgy)

Come and join us at the Victoria Street Centre

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two smiling poatoesTalks
February 25, 2024

Lumpy Together

On the second Sunday of Lent, Renate Gritter shares some reflections on death and mortality grounded in her recent experience of finding a lump on her neck. She tells the story of what it was like to contemplate going through cancer and even death and invites all of us to…
Jesus alone in desertTalks
February 18, 2024

Give Up Like Jesus (And Do It Together)

On the first Sunday of Lent, Mark Groleau walks us through the temptations of Jesus and asks us to consider the things Jesus "gave up" and why. He points out that each response Jesus gives "the satan" links to Old Testament Jewish teachings and to what was happening in the…
quaint tables on grass in front of brick cottageTalks
February 4, 2024

Being Rooted in Love is Economic: Some Experiences with God and Money

Walter shares some of his story around finances and his lifelong passion to try to take biblical ideas of economic justice seriously. At the end, he shared this recording of Becka singing the lullaby he wrote for his kids based on Matthew 6.
Hugging hands. Arm embrace,Talks
January 28, 2024

Lessons in Love

In today's homily, Jess expands on our theme "Being Rooted in Love Together" as she reflects on some lessons in love she's picked up from her former self, (90's evangelical teenage Jess) her current self, the apostle Paul, and everyone else. She suggests that greeting our differences with a loving…
Thanks to the efforts of Hayden Wiebe, Helen Soucoup, Jess Williams and others, our building is getting to be full of life more of the week! We’ve got new tenants and lots of new signage going up. Are you interested in using our centre?
Here’s who is sharing our space:

 

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