Currently closed for refurbishment
See below for our temporary accommodation
Camden is now one of the most popular tourist attractions in London and is particularly busy at weekends, when thousands of people visit its markets, including the famous Camden Lock. Camden Town Methodist Church is situated off Camden High Street, just a few minutes walk from the markets and offers an oasis of peace in the midst of this bustling neighbourhood.
In recent years the church has seen slow but steady growth both in membership and attendance at worship. We have exciting plans for a redevelopment of the entire premises within the walls of the building, which will provide modern and accessible facilities for church and community use.
Our building is also used by Korean and Brazilian congregations and during the winter months the sanctuary provides a home to some of the most vulnerable members of the community as part of the Community of Camden Churches Cold Weather Shelter (C4WS)
Activities and Groups
Sunday 11:00am Worship - Epworth@Euston (Click for details)
Alternate Mondays 7:00pm Bible Study (Contact Revd David Hollingsworth for details)
please note the church is closed for refurbishment
From Camden Town underground station, walk south along Camden High Street.
From Mornington Crescent underground station, walk north along Camden High Street.
The church is on the corner of Plender Street and Kings Terrace NW1.
From the north, approach the church via Camden Street (A400). There is on street parking on Camden Street near the junction with Plender Street – parking meters during the day but free on Sundays and weekends.
From the south, approach the church via Camden High Street (A400), turning right into Plender Street.
Underground - The church is less than 5 minutes walk from Camden Town (Northern Line) and 3 minutes walk from Mornington Crescent (Northern Line). Note that Camden Town station gets very busy at weekends.
Routes 24, 27, 29, 88, 134, 168, 214 and 253 run northbound along Camden High Street and southbound along Camden Street.
Last Updated: 17 September 2019