St. Pancras Church
A simple form of Communion, using present-day language and lasting about half an hour, is held at 12noon twice monthly on a Thursday. 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.
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.
To find more about the history and architecture of this church, click here.
This church is usually open on weekdays. It is part of the Small Pilgrim Places Network
St Pancras Church, Guildhall Shopping Precinct, Exeter, EX4 3HP Devon
Open Mon – Fri: 10am – 4pm, Sat 10.00am – 4pm
Parking facilities: No | Toilet facilities: No
OS Ref no: SX 919 926