Sunday Worship: 11.00am
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Our worship, in the Methodist tradition, combines the best of old and
new, formal and informal.The 2nd Sunday is usually a service of Holy Communion. There is
a crèche and Junior Church which meets every week except for family services, when we worship together. The 3rd Sunday of each month is a ‘family service’, with the uniformed organisations taking part during term time. For a list of forthcoming services click >HERE<
Archway Methodist church has deep roots in the local community, the first church on this site being built in 1864. Since then the work of the church has developed to meet the demands of a continually changing neighbourhood. In 1934 the present buildings were erected as Archway Central Hall, purposely built as a centre of mission and service to the Upper Holloway area. Strategically situated at one of the busiest road junctions in London we still seek new and imaginative ways of serving a mixed community of homes, shops and offices. In 1997 the congregation moved from the auditorium-style central hall to a new worship centre which offers a flexible and comfortable environment for worship.
We have close links with other churches in the local area and are part of the Upper Holloway Fellowship of Churches.
Activities and Groups
The church supports long-established uniformed organisations for children and young people and a number of community groups use our premises. Regular activities are listed below.
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Hiring Premises at Archway Methodist Church
Rooms are available for hire at Archway Methodist Church. Click >HERE< to find out more.
Ground floor fully accessible and includes disabled toilet facilities; chairlift to first floor and worship centre. A loop is installed in the church. Large print editions of the hymn books are available on request.
The church is located on the island at the junction of Archway Road (A1), Highgate Hill (B519), Junction Road (A400), Holloway Road (A1) and St John’s Way.
Currently Transport for London is close to completing the new pedestrianised area linking the pavement in front of the church to the Underground station. Take care as you cross this area as there are places where the surface is uneven.
There is no longer any parking space in Archway Close. There is limited parking space in the nearby residential roads but take care to obey any parking restrictions.
The church is 2 minutes walk from Archway Underground station (Northern Line) and 5 minutes from Upper Holloway railway station (Overground).
Routes 4, 17, 41, 43, 134, 143, 210, 263, 271, C11 and W5 all pass close to the church
or terminate at Archway.
Last Updated: 29 June 2017