• A beautiful setting for prayer and worship

  • Outstanding music, art and sculpture

  • Open-minded Christian teaching

  • A welcoming congregation

  • A passion for justice

If you’re looking for any or all of these, why not come along to St Pancras Church? We’re easy to find, just opposite Euston Station, and details of our services, events and opening hours are below. Just scroll down the page.

I hope you’ll enjoy finding out more about us on this website. If you’d like to sign up for our weekly news mailing, or if there’s anything else you’d like to know, please get in touch.  

Revd Anne Stevens, Vicar

We host a range of live music concerts at our Church, more info and tickets available below:

Live Music at St Pancras Church

Hire Information

We have a range of excellent venues available for hire:

Click here for more information on hiring one of our venues.

Seating over 600 people, St. Pancras Church is an excellent venue for concerts, recitals, lectures and other events.

The Church Hall is in Lancing Street on the east side of Euston Station. The hall (approx 9m x 12m) comfortably seats 70 people and can be used for a variety of activities.

The Crypt Gallery is a wonderfully atmospheric space which is regularly used for art exhibitions, performances, filming, book launches and many other activities.

The Church has a large gated car park in a prime location opposite Euston Station and within a short walk of Kings Cross & St Pancras.

  • Ideal for EuroStar

Recent News

Edmonton Incinerator Petition

As a church we are committed to reducing our own carbon footprint and campaigning for a cleaner local environment. Please click here if you would like to support a petition to our Camden Councillors and MP asking them to withdraw support for the new Edmonton Incinerator and also to use their influence with the North London

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Ash Wednesday – 26th February

Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, 26th February: 1.15pm – Holy Communion with Ashing 7pm – Choral Eucharist with Ashing, featuring music by Tallis, Palestrina, John IV of Portugal and Byrd.

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Landscaping the Church Garden

The South Garden will be closed until the middle of March for landscaping work, generously funded by the Greater London Authority and Camden Council as part of their initiative to maximise green spaces in London. The falafel stall will be on the front steps of the church for the duration of the work.  

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