Compassion projects


Compassion Projects

At KXC we want to be a church that recklessly gives ourselves away to the people of Kings Cross and beyond. Whether it’s cooking a meal for ex-offenders at Only Connect, helping to decorate the flat of a vulnerable older person, playing a concert in a care home, giving away snacks to commuters or baking cakes for neighbours we want serving those around us to be central to what we do as a church. There are a number of charities we partner with locally.


Growing Hope

Growing Hope King’s Cross is a charity providing free therapy for children and young people with additional needs through KXC. More If you know anyone who would benefit from this service you can make a referral. To hear stories of Growing Hope and what is happening you can sign up here.


Pentonville Prison

In partnership with the prison chaplaincy, we are able to serve in several ways including Alpha, Sunday Services and Caring for Ex-Offenders. For more information contact Karis Barnard: Karis.Carson@caringforexoffenders.org


Christians Against Poverty

KXC, in partnership with Christians Against Poverty, opened a debt counselling centre in November 2016.  Are you, or anyone you know in serious personal debt?  There is hope, and CAP can help.  To be referred to the centre call 0800 328 0006.  If you would like to get involved as a volunteer, going on client visits, helping with events and praying, contact Dan Miles, the CAP Centre Manager at dan.miles@kxc.org.uk.



XLP is an urban youthwork charity that works in schools and with young people on estates across London, including those on the Bemerton Estate, Kings Cross. KXC supports XLP’s work in Islington with a group volunteering on the XLP bus, mentoring and playing football with young people each Wednesday. To find out more contact Josh Booth, who is part of KXC.