In 1902 the first Methodist Church was built on a piece of land donated to the church by Mr. Matthew Taylor, one of the first pioneers of this area. In 1905-1906 this church was moved into the Hamlet of Wawota to its current location.
In 1925 the United Church of Canada was formed when the Methodists, Presbyterians, Congregationalists and the Union Churches joined together.
Wawota Pastoral Charge became self-supporting, instead of mission-supported, in 1968.
In 1952-53 a new church was built on the site of the old church. This church served the congregation well, until a new sanctuary was constructed in 1981-82. The former church was turned into the Community Centre.
In 2006 we celebrated 100 years since the first church building was moved to Wawota to the corner of Hill Avenue and Lonsdale Street. The old church can still be seen sitting at its resting place near Highway 48.
In 2002, Wawota United Church and St. Andrew’s United Church joined together to become Crossroads United Pastoral Charge.
In 2015 a new sanctuary was built beside and integrated into the former 1982 structure which was remodelled into a large hall with kitchen, offices and storage rooms. Our new facility has welcomed community groups and events besides regular worship, meetings and programs.