The new-look Cross Rhythms website is almost ready

THE Cross Rhythms website is to be re-launched by the end of the year with a huge increase in material published, a complete redesign, improved usability and with every article from Cross Rhythms magazine being made available for free viewing.
With already an average of 40,000 global users per month, Cross Rhythms is renowned for its comprehensive documentation and coverage of all Christian music. The new website will maximise on this content with people being able to find any articles, reviews and news stories written on an artist by Cross Rhythms. Literally thousands of articles and reviews are being added to the new website from the Cross Rhythms archives and in time an estimated 10,000 reviews and more than 800 articles will be accessible. In addition new contracts with overseas distributors will mean that many CD titles currently deleted in the UK will be available for purchase online from Cross Rhythms Direct.
It is not only the music content of the site that is being expanded. With a new positioning statement of Music & Life, the Cross Rhythms heart to bring quality, spiritually astute and relevant life teaching will also be strongly evident. Articles written by youth leaders, respected church leaders and Christians of significant influence will be regularly published.
Said Heather Bellamy, Cross Rhythms marketing manager and website editor; "The Cross Rhythms website is the centre piece to all of our activity at Cross Rhythms, displaying in one place all that we do. We value giving our users the most comprehensive and up to date Christian music content possible, while at the same time giving them an environment where they can find God and interact with each other. We're also placing a higher priority on listening to our users' voice in the re-design making it far easier for them to let us know what they want, what they like and what they don't. It's about meeting their needs, whether that's for information, teaching, prayer, relationship, interactivity or fun."
- The Cross Rhythms website ( will re-launch sometime in December. An article about the new site will appear in the next issue of Cross Rhythms magazine. CR

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