Despite its modest appearance St Pancras Old Church has a significant place in the history of Christianity in the British Isles.
Believed to have been established in the 4th century AD, on the site of a Roman temple, today the building of the church is under threat, due to ancient drains which lie beneath it. We urgently need to raise £350,000 to preserve this historic building.
This website will not only tell you more about that history but also, we hope, instill the same sense of urgency in you as it has in the parishioners and supporters of the church, to save the church for future generations.
Today a combination of factors both old and new have come together and now threaten the structural integrity and longevity of this picturesque Grade II* listed building.
The St Pancras Old Church appeal was launched on St Pancras Day, May 12, 2013. Our target is to raise the £350,000 that will be needed to complete the remedial works required.
St Pancras Old Church is both a vibrant place of worship and also a venue for the performing arts that draws people from far and wide to enjoy this very special place.
This website will tell you more about the history of our church and its churchyard, the programme of works we hope to start as soon as funds become available, the life of the church today and its role in serving the local community of St Pancras Old Church.
If you are able, we hope you will take the opportunity to visit us soon and support us in our efforts to save this unique building from collapse.