Narkis Street is lined with apartment buildings that are populated with retired anglos from the US, Great Britain, and South Africa, as well as wealthy Parisian retirees. The "Church" is really a compound of several buildings, and once had a Christian bookstore that faced Narkis. On the other side the compound abuts the Bezelel Art School. The Christians there are quiet and innocuous. Sometimes the sound of their guitar playing services can be heard on Shabbat, but only just as you pass by. The recent JP pictures of the "cross bearer" who was ejected from the Jerusalem march were taken at this compound. Maybe it will be found that heredim were involved, but this article insinuates too much.
Palestinian man suffers light wounds from rocks thrown by Jewish men in Jerusalem (Haaretz)
from the article: J'lem church officials suspect extremist Jews behind arson