upcoming events

  • men's breakfast March 25th + April Day trip (TBD)

    Join with other men at King's Cross for breakfast, Saturday March 25th at 8:30AM - 10:00AM at the Oro Valley Denny's 11107 N Oracle Road. We will post the April Day Trip schedule in the coming days.

  • Women's Monthly Fellowship Dinner

    Join the women of King's Cross for their Monthly Fellowship Dinner, to share in the life of Christ over a meal, with prayer, discussion, and to encourage one another in the Holy Spirit.  Contact Jordan Stone for more details.

  • community groups

    King's Cross has weekly Community Groups meeting. Go the this page to gather information on locations, dates and times. These vital midweek groups meet for food, mutual support and fellowship, and every evening concludes with the office of Compline Prayer from our 2019 Anglican Book of Common Prayer. 

  • First Sunday of the month potluck! 

    On the first Sunday of every month - most usually - we share a meal together following our Sunday liturgy. Join us: bring a dish according to each month's theme, which we publish in our weekly email (subscribe below) and enjoy some delicious food and conversation. 

  • our anglican heritage class

    Our Anglican Heritage class is completed. We journeyed from the earliest centuries of the Church in the British Isles to our current day. The classes have been recorded and are now posted on our website: if you would like to hear the 4 lectures, click here

coming in May!

2023 Next steps in mission conference


Join us in Tempe Arizona on May 5th and 6th for our annual Arizona Anglican Deanery's Next Steps in Mission Conference. Our guest speaker this year is Molly Ruch. "Molly loves seeing the kingdom of God expand on earth. She and her husband Christian planted Church of the Cross in Hopkins, Minnesota, in 2004. Since then, she has helped in the birth of two daughter churches and one diocese and has coached multiple planters. Molly serves as Canon for Church Planting for the Upper Midwest Diocese and as the Director of the Always Forward Institute and on the Always Forward Leadership Team. Molly desires to see pastors and their families remain resilient, which informs her work offering retreats with the Anglican Leadership Initiative. She enjoys spending time with her family of four children and a rescue dog, visiting art museums anywhere in the world."

For information and registration click here