Crossway Church

Hope For All

Our History

Crossway Church has a long and rich history of serving the community with a building  at Elephant and Castle for almost 150 years.

 In 1866, the South London Mission was established at Elephant and Castle by the  London Congregational Union.

 In 1905, the Union built a new church building – Crossway Central Mission. In the late ‘  60s the church was demolished to make way for the new Heygate Estate and a new  Crossway Church building was opened in 1973 by three members of it's former  congregation.

Crossway has always been seen as the heart of the community

The congregational church nationally coming together with the Presbyterian Church (and later with the Churches of Christ) formed a new Christian denomination...

The United Reformed Church

Today, the United Reformed Church is made up of 100,000 people across 1600 congregations. It combines a commitment to the Reformed tradition with a desire to see greater collaboration between all Christian denominations.

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Outside Crossway









We moved to the new building located in Hampton Street in February 2017