The Band

de la CroiX is French for “of the cross” and is the band name for the Fontaine family from Bradley, IL.
As parents, Tim & Danielle have been involved in Christian Music and Worship Ministries for over 20 years, it should be no surprise that their children would follow suit. Together they often led worship for their local congregation where Tim served as full time Worship and Youth Pastor.
In December 2009 they felt God leading them to take their music beyond the walls of their church.
Since then they have played at churches, Christian camps and fundraisers. In July 2010, de la CroiX performed at Spirit West Coast,
a 3 day Christian Music Festival in Monterey Ca
In April 2011 the Fontaine’s left their full time ministry in the church to pursue a full time music ministry.

In July 2011 they released their first full length CD and are excited about what God has in store for them.

Along with powerful new worship music, de la CroiX has faith inspiring songs that are an eclectic blend of folk-rock and blues, all to the glory of God!

2 thoughts on “The Band

  1. Hi, Guys: I really enjoyed hearing you on November 18 in Napa. I thought I was getting a blog here, but that’s ok. Did you all get a chance to read my book “No Record of Wrongs” yet? And how are you doing and where are you going now? Home for Christmas, I hope. Carol Wilcoxson

  2. Hello! It was great to meet you! 🙂 This blog is currently under construction, so check back soon, and everything will be back to normal.

    We are reading it now, and really enjoying it! We are doing well, and we are in Oakdale currently, looking forward to Christmas!

    I hope you’re well, and I hope to hear from you soon.

    ~Sydney, DLCC

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