• 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
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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

Remembrance Sunday

We are looking forward to hosting the Mayor of Camden’s Civic Service for Remembrance Day at 10am on Sunday 10th November. This will be followed by an Act of Remembrance at 11am at the War Memorial in front of Euston Station. Please note the only Eucharist that day will be at 8am.

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All Souls Memorial Service

We will be holding a Memorial Service for the Feast of All Souls on Sunday 3rd November at 6pm. Please let the Vicar know if there is anyone you would like us to remember by name during the service.

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Autumn discussions: ‘Living with Brexit’

Everyone is welcome at this year’s Autumn Discussions which will follow the 10am service on Sundays 6 & 13th October. This will be a very open discussion about Brexit and its impact on us and others. The first session will focus on where we are now, and the second on what the longer-term future might look

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