Holy Cross Church Cromer Street has served the people of King's Cross for over 130 years. Now the church occupies a crucial location in an area of massive physical regeneration. Its essential Christian mission, however, remains much the same. This lies in the identification and care of all those who whose lives are bound up with King's Cross for what ever reason, and especially those who experience the ravages of life. Our congregation is represented by many differing nationalities. Our people are both permanently resident and passing through King's Cross on the way to somewhere else, including travellers and commuters, students and wayfarers. All life is here!
Holy Cross Church was designed and built firmly within an Anglo-Catholic mind and for beautiful and formal worship. Masses are said on most days, and you are assured of a warm welcome and the use of a church which has become for countless visitors a sanctuary, a vital stopping off place, a house of God and a place of prayer and stillness amid the surrounding rush of King's Cross.
Come, and see for yourself...
Luke Jerram’s ‘Museum of the Moon’