University of London Anglican Chaplaincy when at Christ the King Gordon Square
1963 - A main centre Anglican Student work in London
The University Church of Christ the King began its new life as the main centre for Anglican Student work in London on October 6th, 1963, when the Bishop of London (Robert Stopford) celebrated the Eucharist at 8.30 a.m. This service was followed by a crowded Evensong at which the preacher was the former Bishop of London and Canon of St. Paul's, Dr. J. W. C. Wand.
1988 - 25th Anniversary
A Thanksgiving Eucharist was celebrated at 7pm on 27th November 1988 for the 25th Anniversary of the use of the Church of Christ The King as the University Church by the Anglican Chaplaincy (see Events link) at which the preacher was the Rt Rev Michael Marshall, (Chaplain 1964-69 Central Area/Christ The King).
Church of Christ the King from Byron Place.
1992 - Ending of weekly services
In July 1992 the University of London Anglican Chaplaincy decided to stop having weekly services at Christ the King, Gordon Square
Christ the King is at the junction of Gordon Square and Torrington Place. View Larger Map