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Parish Of St Pancras

Welcome to the Parish of Old St Pancras website.
We are four Christian communities seeking to share the Good News of Jesus Christ in the busy, diverse context of Camden Town and its surrounding areas.

Our Churches

The four churches of our Parish serve a broad area of Camden, from King’s Cross, St Pancras and Somers Town all the way up to Camden Market and Camden Square.

St Pancras Old Church | St Michael’s Church | St Mary’s Church | St Paul’s Church

Up coming Events

For a list of all the events across our Parish, please visit our News page.

Support Us

It is only with your support that we can continue our work in Camden.

If you attend one of the churches in the team, speak to your Parish Priest or Treasurer about regular giving. If you would like to support our award-winning St Paul’s Gardening Project click here.

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Pastoral Assistants

Our Parish is part of the North London Pastoral Assistants scheme(NLPA). Each year three young men and women live, work and pray together as part of our ministry team. Working alongside our Priests, and in our community ministry they are at the heart of Parish life. Typically they are in their early to mid-twenties and considering a vocation to ordained ministry in the Church of England.

Visit the NLPA website for more >

Our History

The Parish of Old St Pancras was formed in the summer of 2003, when St Pancras Old Church, St Michael’s, St Mary’s and St Paul’s came together as one united Parish. Our four churches each have rich histories, committed to worshipping God in the beauty of holiness and serving his people in the local communities with care and dedication throughout the changing history of Camden.

For more visit the St Pancras and the St Michael’s History Blogs.

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