St. Pancras Old Church traces it’s history at least as far back as the Norman Conquest.
Today it is a thriving parish church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England. Whilst being proud of our history, we are fully present as part of a vibrant and diverse worshiping community making known the Good News of Jesus Christ.
There is incense and lively preaching at our Sunday morning mass and a thriving Junior Church.

The Eucharist is at the heart of our life together and everyone is welcome to join us on Sundays or at our quieter midweek masses.

Service Times

SUNDAY 9:30 AM
Sung Mass and Junior Church
MONDAY 9:30 AM
Mass
TUESDAY 7 PM
Mass and Benediction
THURSDAY 8:30 AM
Mass
FIRST SATURDAY 10 AM
Mass of Our Lady of Walsingham
MONDAY to FRIDAY 9 AM
Morning Prayer

History & Heritage

We host regular lectures on topics of local historical interest – see our weekly news, posters around and inside the church or sign up to our email newsletter at the bottom of this page to learn about what is coming up.

We also offer guided tours of the church and churchyard. Check out our dedicated page about Guided Tours Of St Pancras Old Church And Churchyard.

St Pancras Weekly News

For weekly news at St Pancras, please visit our Weekly Noticeboard

Photo Gallery

View a gallery of St Pancras Old Church events, services and people.

Support Us

To donate online to St Pancras Old Church use this PayPal button:


Baptisms, Weddings & Funerals

For general enquiries, contact Fr. James Elston the Parish Priest.

For Banns Of Marriage, please contact the Parish Manager.

Contact Details

Fr. James Elston, Team Rector
Parish Office, St Paul’s Church
Camden Square, London NW1 9XG
(020) 7424 0724
fr.james@posp.co.uk

Please note that the Parish Office cannot answer any queries about concerts at St Pancras Old Church.

Concerts at St Pancras

For enquiries about concerts at St Pancras Old Church and the hire of the church as a venue, please contact Brendan Collins

How to get here

Pancras Road, Camden Town
London, NW1 1UL

Nearest tube: King’s Cross St Pancras
Buses: 214 and 46 stop nearby

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