St Paul's Church, Camden Square

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St Paul's Church, Camden Square
Denomination Church of England
Website http://www.posp.co.uk/st-pauls/
Administration
Parish Old St Pancras
Deanery South Camden
Archdeaconry Hampstead
Episcopal area Edmonton
Diocese London
Province Canterbury
Clergy
Vicar(s) Fr James Elston

St Paul's Church is a church dedicated to Paul the Apostle on Camden Square in Camden, north London. It is called St Paul's because the estate was owned originally by the canons of St Paul’s Cathedral.

It was built in 1849 to designs by Frederick W. Ordish and John Johnson. The builder, John Kelk (later knighted) built the Albert Memorial.

The church was severely damaged in the Second World War and replaced with a single-storey church hall building which, though meant to be temporary, still houses the church's congregation at one end. Plans for a replacement were put forward in July 2008, incorporating the hall as well as new social housing and worship area. It and its parish are part of the St Pancras team of parishes, which also includes St Pancras Old Church, St Michael's Church, Camden Town, and St Mary's Church, Somers Town.

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Coordinates: 51°32′45″N 0°07′51″W / 51.5457°N 0.1308°W / 51.5457; -0.1308