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Church marks 10 years of progress in Monroe
Pastor Blake Canterbury stands in the worship center at the Crossroads Community Church in Monroe. Canterbury has been the pastor at Crossroads since February 2015. The church is about to celebrate its 10th anniversary in Monroe. To order this photo, click here. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - As Crossroads Community Church celebrates its anniversary in Monroe, it does so in a physical location to call its own, something it did not have to begin services 10 years ago. The building at 222 Old Argyle Road was known as The Heritage House, a banquet hall, until 2012 when Crossroads purchased it. Though the church had the location, services were not held until 2013.