Holy Cross Church is the historic parish church of Greenford in West London. There are two church buildings, a small medieval church dating from the fourteenth century, and a newer larger church completed in 1941. Both churches are used each week for public worship, but whilst Covid cases remain high there are still restrictions and a full pattern of worship has yet to be restored.
On Sundays there is a Mass at 8am in the Old Church and at 9.30am in the New Church. Some 9.30am services may take place in the churchyard.
You can contact the church office by telephone (office answerphone (020-3603 0856) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or the Rector, Revd. Graham Miller (020-8575 5402).
The clergy will be praying for the life of the parish including those who are sick, isolated at this time, and for all who are working in healthcare. Please pray for each other and email the names of those you would want us to pray for.
For Baptisms, please speak with our Rector, Fr Graham and our Baptism Administrator, after the 9.30am Sunday Mass. Baptisms take place on Sundays at the 9.30am Sung Mass in the New Chuch and at 12noon in the Old Church.
For Weddings, please speak with Fr Graham after the 9.30am Sunday Mass to arrange an appointment to discuss getting married. Please allow at least three months to plan your wedding.
Members of the congregation, those with a family connection, and those who live in the parish of Holy Cross Greenford Magna can be married here. To find out which is your parish, please visit http://achurchnearyou.com/parishmap.php
To arrange the calling of Banns and for pastoral matters, please contact Fr Graham on 020-8575 5402
For all other enquiries please leave a message on 020-3603 0856 and we will call you back.
We aim to create a loving community at Holy Cross which reflects the love that God shows to us. We respect all those who worship in the Church, and seek to ensure that the church is a place where all can feel welcome and safe. We take our responsibilities to safeguard children and adults who might be vulnerable and need our special care. To read our Safeguarding Policy and statement please follow this link to Safeguarding