According to legend, St Pancras was martyred as a teenage boy in Rome, 304AD.
This church occupies what is probably the most ancient Christian site in Exeter.
A simple form of Communion, using present-day language and lasting about half an hour, is held at 1.15pm every Tuesday.
On the second Sunday of each month, there is a Communion service at 8.00am, using the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.
Once a month on a Friday evening (usually the third in the month) there is a lay-led meditation with music from Taizé at 7.00pm.
This church is usually open on weekdays.
St Pancras Church, Guildhall Shopping Precinct, Exeter, Devon