We worshiped with the King’s Cross Church of Christ in London today. Thanks to their web site we found their meeting place without any trouble.
David Cambridge is the evangelist for the congregation. He and the brethren were very kind and welcoming. (For the first time in 2-1/2 weeks, 1) we had a worship service all in English, and 2) none of us preached a sermon.) The congregation has a “Visitors” page with thumbnail photos of everyone who’s visited since 2004. Check it out here and find someone you know.
The meeting place for the King’s Cross congregation is next to the British Library, which has countless numbers of wonderful volumes ready to be explored. (They seem to have actually counted them. The library’s website claims there are “14 million books, 920,000 journal and newspaper titles, 58 million patents, 3 million sound recordings, and so much more.”)
My parents and I worshipped with the church at King’s Cross when we traveled to London! I had no idea they had that visitor’s page. We’re right there on June 3, 2007 🙂 Glad you were able to meet with the lovely people there.
On a side note, did you visit Platform 9 3/4 while you were in the area? 😉
I saw you and your parents when I was browsing the guest list last night.
I didn’t go to platform 9 3/4 this time since I’ve already graduated, and since I am not (yet) on the faculty. If I absolutely must go, I do have this really swell car…