Church of England Diocese of Leeds St. Paul King Cross

Facilities and features

Click on the tags below to learn more about each.

Accessibility

Toilets
Baby Changing Facilities
Car Park / Parking Available

The entrance to church is level.
A wheelchair is available if required.
Ramped access to altar rail through the Lady Chapel

Hearing (induction) Loop

Large print hymn books and reading sheets.
Please ask one of the welcomers.

Assistance Dogs

Our Building

The church, dedicated in 1912, is a Grade 11 listed building designed by Sir Charles Nicholson, who also designed a large number of furnishings. The chancel has a rich reredos with painted tester enhancing the altar and the clear light windows of the clerestory allow light into the nave.
There is also a reredos behind the altar in the Lady Chapel with painted panels.
The beautiful West Window and the font cover in the baptistry were also designed by the architect.


Music and Worship

Concerts / Live Music

Built in 1912 by Abbot and Smith of Leeds

Sung Evensong last Sunday in the month

There is a Sung Eucharist every Sunday morning and on Saints' days and other days ie our Dedication Day, Christmas and Easter
Sung evensong & Benediction on the last Sunday of the month, occasionally choral.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Held on the first Tuesday of the month. 10.00 to 12.00


Help for Visitors

The church is usually open during daylight hours.


Other Features

We support the work of the Foodbank at Ebenezer Church in Halifax. Donations from the congregation are delivered weekly.

According to the Church Urban Fund, King Cross is classified as a deprived parish.

All tea, coffee and sugar used are Fairtrade