• Lay Speaking Training at Cathedral Oaks *Nov. 2017
  • Rev. Bruhn leading Communion at Lay Speaking training
  • Rev. Horan at District Pros Meeting in Lockhart *Oct. 26
  • District Pros Meeting in Lockhart *Oct. 26
  • Storm Recovery Support Tree *Grateful for all those who continue to lend aid after the Hurricane
  • DS Marcus Freeman speaking to District Pros Meeting in Gonzales *September
  • ERT Training October 14th at First UMC Victoria
  • La Grange FUMC assisting families after the storm
  • Volunteers from La Tinidad in Seguin moving fallen trees
  • La Trinidad UMC helping out in Rockport
  • La Trinidad UMC in Seguin



Welcome to the Crossroads District!



The Crossroads district is made up of  75 United Methodist churches from Victoria to Manor, Seguin to Columbus, Edna to Del Valle, and beyond. God is bringing us together as one district of the Rio Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. We exist to support local churches and communities of faith make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation for the world! Pray for God to do a special work in us and in our communities.


Continue to be in prayer with us as we begin this new chapter in our District, welcoming our clergy, both new and returning appointments. May we seek Christ's guidance fervently as we strive towards FRUITFULNESS in our congregations and ministries.

Contact Information

Crossroads District UMC
5606 N Navarro St
Suite 200 C/D
Victoria, Texas 77904
Phone 361 573-4233
Fax 361-573-4392
Mobile 210-382-4085


  • Continued Support of Sutherland Springs

    A United Methodist balm for Sutherland Springs

    Read about the efforts of United Methodists to be present to victims and families in Sutherland Springs.
    Mark R. Mitchell, lay leader of Flores United Methodist Church and the Las Misiones District of the Rio Texas Conference, has organized local professionals to offer free help to families affected by the Nov. 5, 2017, massacre at nearby First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas.

    (From Sam Hodges, United Methodist News Service.)


  • Words from our Bishop *Sutherland Springs Baptist Church

    CLICK on the link below to read the Conference's response to the shooting at Sutherland Springs Baptist church.


  • Click here to read the latest "Unidos" newsletter from the Conference
  • Bridge the Gap

    Volunteers, Youth Directors, Pastors are welcome 
    December 9 
    Bulverde United Methodist‚Äč Church
    Online Registration Here

    The purpose of this event is help Bridge the Gap between our youth and the greater church. Which is why we want to invite ALL Youth Directors, Volunteers and Senior and Associate Pastor’s as well. In a time where 9 out of 10 youth leave the church, we have a responsibility and an opportunity to play a part in that change. 

  • Midwinter Youth Events

    Click Here for the Link

    Step’In It Up For Christ (Midwinter 2018 – hosted by Coastal Bend and El Valle Districts - Camp Zephyr (Sandia, TX)

    • Friday, January 26, 2018 6:00 PM 
      Sunday, January 28, 2018 7:00 PM



  • Trusting con Confianza *Safe Gatherings Training

    Safe Gatherings Training

    The Safe Gatherings training led by Rev. Tanya Marie Eustace Campen, PhD from the Conference Office Intergenerational Discipleship, has been rescheduled to November 30th at Cathedral Oaks Retreat Center. (1225 CR 248 Weimar, 78962)

    This event will be from 10 am to noon on Thursday November 30th. Visit the Conference website to register online before the event and complete the pre-training video. 



  • Consultation forms are here!

    Click on the Info tab to download both the SPRC and Pastor's Consulation forms. Each form is available now in Spanish, as well. 

    Please send in completed forms to the Crossroads District office no later than Friday December 1st either by email, fax or regular mail. 

    If you have any questions, please call the District office. 

  • Bishop Schnase visits Coastal Bend

    Click on the LINK to read more on Bishop Schnase's visit with Coastal Bend communities after Hurricane Harvey. 

  • Praise God for all the volunteers!

    After the storm, so many of our churches and congregations have come together to help the communities most damaged during the recent storm. We are so grateful for all the hours you have donated to move debris, clean up homes and streets, repair roofs and bring in much needed supplies. 

    If your church or small group got together to volunteer, send us a picture! We would love to encourage others and praise God for how He has been moving through you. 

  • Rio Texas Churches Assess Damages

    From the Conference Website: 


  November 2017  

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