We are glad you are here! King's Cross is a Presbyterian Church that is faithful to the Bible, Reformed in faith, and Evangelical in its proclamation of the gospel (good news of salvation). 

We are Biblical - The Bible is infallible, sufficient, and authoritative. The bible is faithful and true to guide us into knowledge of God, ourselves, and how we are to live. 

We are Creedal - We subscribe to the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed, sharing in faith with Chrisitans throughout the centuries. 

We are Reformed - The word “reformed” can be defined simply in two ways: 1) It is a reference to our historical link to the Reformation of the 16th century and intends to describe us as the heirs of that tradition which comes from Luther, Calvin, Knox and other reformers. 2) The word “reformed” is used most commonly to refer to certain theological distinctives which have marked reformation believers, particularly those in the Calvinist tradition.

We are Evangelical - This means we take seriously the Great Commission, “Go and make disciples of all nations” (Matt. 28:19). Without compromising the sovereignty of God, we affirm the responsibility of each person to repent and believe in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and our responsibility to extend the Gospel invitation as a call to salvation to everyone who hears its message. We invite all, without distinction, to drink freely of the Water of Life and to live eternally.

We are an Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. Our denomination's foundational doctrinal statements are found in The Standards of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, which we hold to be “the system of doctrine which is built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief cornerstone” (Associate Reformed Synod, May 31, 1799).