QX EVENTS

A QX Centenary

 
 
 
On Sunday, the 28th March 1920, the congregation at Queen's Cross first experienced the morning sun shining through the new stained-glass Rose Window in the East gable. The Window was designed by Douglas Strachan, R.S.A. and gifted by David Douglas. In the centre is the Great Ark which is surrounded (clockwise from the top) by the Stars, Sun, Day, Air, Water, Earth, Fire, Night and the Moon. The encircling rainbow which contains the message-"With Thee I will Establish My Covenant" is there to symbolise the Designer's Presence.
 
The whole work represents Providence "of design which cannot go wrong". The Ark represents the human race carried on an ocean of time. The mystical vessel moves between the powers of good - 3 choirs of angels; and those of evil - dragons and serpent monsters.

Worship during the Lockdown

From Sunday 3 May, the Queen's Cross Sunday Service will be live on Zoom and available as a recording on YouTube. For the West End Churches Joint Service and Scott's Midweek Reflections, see Facebook and YouTube.

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Weekly Community Foodbank Drive

The Queen's Cross Community and Neighbourhood rallies as never before to support our partners Instant Neighbour

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Zoom Study June 2020

Why not join us for a Zoom Study on Karen Armstrong's 'The Bible: The Biography'?

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QX Events

What’s on at QX? Join us for daily, weekly and monthly events throughout the year. Click READ MORE to get a full calendar of upcoming events at Queen’s Cross.

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A QX Centenary

On Sunday, the 28th March 1920, the congregation at Queen's Cross first experienced the morning sun shining through the new stained-glass Rose Window in the East gable.

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Join one of our new Life Groups

Join one of our new Life Groups after 'lockdown', hosted in someone's home, where we get together to consider what it means to be Christian today.

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Support Queen's Cross through Easy Fundraising

Support Queen's Cross while you shop online! Log in to easyfundraising.org.uk and then carry on with your shop. Search for Queen's Cross Church and we'll get a percentage of the proceeds from your purchases from over 3,000 retailers.

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