KING'S CROSS INTERNATIONAL CHURCH
At King's Cross International Church(KXIC), we know that inspiration opens hearts. An open heart is an open mind and an open mind is one that can practice tolerance, experience gratitude and feel the glory of God. It is our belief that God is present in all of us, but His active presence can only be felt through faith in Him. We are dedicated to the service of God and all his people, and our goal is to inspire you through the holiness of our dwelling and our services. We invite you to become a part of our growing congregation.
Multi-ethnic, no one new will feel structurally excluded !!!
WORSHIP STARTS ON SUNDAY AT 1PM
The Past is frozen and no longer flows, and the Present is all lit up with eternal rays.
KXIC is a church for International People in Birmingham area.
So they said again to the blind man, “What do you say about him, since he has opened your eyes?”
Our vision for King’s Cross International Church is to be a community of young adults seeking meaning through confidence in Jesus with a mission to serve local minority groups in need of a safe place to freely worship without abandoning what makes them unique. In this way, King’s Cross International Church seeks to be a local outreach welcoming of cultural diversity, inclusive of differing worship styles, and sensitive to speakers of English as a second language in order to restore, empower, and build bridges into the local community through the hope of the Gospel, through faith in life with Jesus Christ.
Meet Our Staff
Cecilia Young Chang
B.S. Ohio State University Chemistry
M.A. Luther Rice Seminary Biblical Counseling
M. Div. Samford University (Beeson Divinity School)
B.A. University of Alabama at Birmingham
M.A. University of New England
Student in M. Div. Samford University (Beeson Divinity School)
Sunday Worship : 1 pm @ Shades Valley Presbyterian Church 3rd Floor
Friday Bible Study : 6 pm @ UAB Hill Student Center
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2305 Montevallo RD, Birmingham, AL 35223
'What do you fear, lady?' he asked
'A cage,' she said, 'To stay behind bars, until use and old age accept them, and all chance of doing great deeds is gone beyond recall or desire.'
J.R.R. Tolkien, The Return of the King -