St Pancras Parish Church, sometimes referred to as St Pancras New Church to distinguish it from St Pancras Old Church, is a Greek Revival church in London, built in 1819-22 to the designs of William and Henry William Inwood.
St Pancras is still in use as a place of worship. Revd Anne Stevens is the current Vicar. It also has programme of concerts. The church is one of the most important 19th-century churches in England and is a Grade I listed building. However because of its situation on Euston Road, one of London’s busiest roads, it has become stained with pollution and recent cleaning attempts have been unable to remove the staining of much of the Portland stone. In recent years the Church was used as the location for the nearby University College London Christmas orchestra performances, and has from 2006 hosted the University's Christian Union carol services.