It can be all too easy to compartmentalise our lives as Christians on a Sunday from what we spend most of our weeks doing – working. Whatever your job, here at Euston Church we aim to help workers to understand the Bible and apply it to the 9-6. We do this through teaching, prayer and partnership and in particular through the dedicated workers’ ministries.

Euston Church runs two workers’ ministries in the area, Euston Area Talks and the King's Cross Network. The main meetings of these are weekly lunchtime talks and Bible Studies, both great places to be built up during the week and to bring along colleagues and friends to explore the Christian faith.


Weekly meetings:
Lunchtime talk - Wednesdays, 1pm for hot drinks, 1.10pm - 1.40pm talk and discussion

How to find us:
We meet at Christ the King, Gordon Square, WC1H 0AG.
Please use the Byng Place entrance as shown on the map.

For more information contact Fran on

The last talk this Summer will be Wednesday 17 July.
Euston Area Talks will resume Wednesday 11 September.

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Weekly meetings:
Tuesday Bible Studies: 1.10pm - 1.40pm

How to find us:
We meet in the Parcel Yard Pub at the north end of the King’s Cross Station concourse, N1C 4AH. We normally meet in the upstairs seating area but the exact location can vary.

For more information contact Sam on

The last meeting this Summer will be Tuesday 16 July.
King’s Cross Network will resume Tuesday 10 September.

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There are a number of similar talks across London. A good list can be found on the Gospel at Work website.


God at Work Series
On average, Londoners face the longest commute and longest working hours of anywhere in the UK. So much of our life is spent in the workplace, but 55% of us are unhappy with our current jobs. So what's the point?


1. In the beginning, God

2. Some reasons to get out of bed on a Monday morning

3. Serving The Boss while I’m serving my boss

4. God at work while you're at work

Speaker: Kev Murdoch. 

Before going into paid Christian work, Kev worked for several years as a solicitor in the City. He then trained at Oakhill Theological College and St Mellitus College and is now the minister of Euston Church.