Christians have been meeting at Three Cross since 1934
A lot has changed since then, but we believe the message of the Bible remains as relevant now as it was when the church first started.
We are a group of Christians
We are a friendly and informal church on the edge of Three Cross. What we all have in common is Jesus Christ. We’re not Christians because we’re good people or do good things. We don’t become Christians because we go to church. Rather we have personally trusted Jesus to forgive us, and have made Him the most important person in our lives. And we meet to celebrate the love He has shown to us.
We are evangelical
The term ‘evangelical’ may create a bad image these days, but it simply means that we believe the Bible must be our guide to everything we believe and do in regard to God, life and faith. That’s why we always have a sermon at our Sunday meetings aiming to explain how the Bible is relevant to our lives today.
We are independent, but part of the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC)
We run our own affairs as a church, but through the FIEC we are part of a network of over 600 independent, evangelical churches. And we are part of the FIEC vision of 'Independent churches working together to reach Britain for Christ.'