Holy Cross Church, St Pancras facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsHoly Cross Church, St Pancras
|Location||Cromer Street, London, WC1H 8JU|
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Functional status||Parish church|
|Heritage designation||Grade II listed|
|Parish||Holy Cross with St. Jude and St. Peter, St. Pancras|
|Archdeaconry||Archdeaconry of Hampstead|
|Episcopal area||Edmonton Episcopal Area|
|Diocese||Diocese of London|
Holy Cross Church is a church on Cromer Street in the St Pancras area of the London Borough of Camden. It was built 1887–88 by Joseph Peacock.
The church began as a district chapelry in 1876 before becoming a parish in 1888. Its parish was merged with that of St.Jude Gray's Inn Road (demolished 1936) in 1935 and that of St Peter's Regent Square in 1954 (damaged in the Blitz and demolished in 1954). In 1988 its Crypt Centre was set up to work for the homeless, and the church is still in use under its parish priest Christopher Cawrse.
The church was designated a Grade II listed building on 14 May 1974. The painting Santa Maria Magdalena by Reginald Gray hangs in the small chapel.
- Hope Patten, served his curacy here in the 1910s
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