Sunday Worship: 10.00am
Caledonian Road Methodist church known as ‘Cally’ has a grade two listed building on the corner of Market Road and Caledonian Road. This junction is a busy crossroads with traffic roaring by where many years ago cattle were driven up to the famous Caledonian Road Market. The fields have been replaced with new businesses and accommodation- most recently student halls of residence.
Our church is, indeed, a meeting point – a place where paths cross and a small but diverse group of people gather to share their laughter and tears and their journey with each other and with God. Visitors are always given a warm welcome and we have recently been blessed by the company of students who have made themselves at home with us.
We meet for worship on a Sunday morning for a service that is a traditional mix of hymns, songs, hearing the Bible, preaching and prayer. This is followed by tea, coffee and biscuits (cake if we’re celebrating!) each week! For a list of services click on the Sunday Services icon.
We have a heart for the community in which we are set and have good links with the local school and sheltered accommodation. For the past five years, in partnership with a local charity, we have hosted a cold weather shelter from December to April catering almost exclusively for young people 18 -22 years who would otherwise be living on the streets. We are at an exciting time as a church as we develop these community projects, making our building more accessible to the community and being the good news of Jesus to our neighbours.
Activities and Groups
Regular activities are listed below.
The church is on the corner of Caledonian Road (A5203) and Market Road.
There is on street parking on Market Road.
The church is 150 yards south of Caledonian Road Underground station (Piccadilly Line). About 200 yards further down is Caledonian Road and Barnsbury Station (Overground) connecting to Dalston and Liverpool Street to the east and south and Kew, Richmond and Watford to the West.
Routes 17, 91, 259 and 274 pass by the church.
Last Updated: 16 November 2022