St Pancras Old Church has been
a site of Christian worship since the
4th century.

It has great significance in the history of Christianity within this country, but its main purpose is to serve the local community.

Whilst being proud of our history, we are fully present as part of a vibrant worshiping community within the Parish, working with our sister churches to make the Good News of Christ known to the people of Camden today.

Our worship stands very much in the catholic tradition of the Church of England and there is both incense and fervent preaching at our Sunday morning mass which takes place at 9.30 am. There is also a Sunday School and refreshments are served afterwards. Everyone is welcome to join us.

On Tuesdays at 7pm we have quieter mass which lasts about 30 minutes, a short homily is usually preached and drinks are served afterwards. We also run regular teaching courses after the 7pm mass.

The church and churchyard is open all day from approx 9am until dusk.

Working in the community

The church is involved in a wide variety of activities within our local community which include:

Winter night shelter for the homeless
Children’s work with local community schools
Older peoples project with St Pancras Community centre
Chaplaincy to the Mental Health Unit in St Pancras Hospital
Collaboration with the St Pancras station chaplain
Working with the chaplain and students of the Royal Veterinary College

We are also working with other churches in responding to the new large residential and business development in Kings Cross Central which falls within our parish.

We also let the church out as an affordable concert venue for up and coming bands, please click here for details