Bermonsey Central Hall
Bermondsey Central Hall is a Methodist church with a wide range of people of all ages and many different backgrounds. Whoever you are, wherever you are from, you will be sure to find a warm welcome.
BCH, as it is affectionately known, is on the corner of Bermondsey Street and Decima Street in south-east London. It has been there since September 1900. Part of the Southwark and Deptford Circuit of the Methodist Church, BCH is a welcoming family church with over 250 adult members and a youth group of around 50.
When to arrive:
Sunday service starts at 11am, and if it’s your first time its probably best to turn up around 10:50. For directions and the best bus or train routes, please see the Find Us page.
What to wear:
Wear whatever you feel comfortable in. We accept people as they are. So whether it’s a pair of jeans or a traditional outfit from back home, as long as your comfortable so are we.
What to expect:
We know that the ‘first day’ anywhere can be a challenging experience, but try not to worry as we are a warm welcoming place. Here’s a quick summary of what you can expect at Bermondsey Central Hall. Service starts at 11am and worship is made up of hymns led by the church choir, readings from the Bible, prayers and an address by the Minister or local preacher leading worship. On the first Sunday each month we celebrate Holy Communion and this and the third Sunday are normally all-age worship services. These are interactive and fun for children both big and small. On the remaining Sundays, at about 11:20 the children and teenagers leave for junior church. There is also a creche avaliable on these days.
- 256 Bermondsey Street
- SE1 3UJ
Telephone: 0207 407 2014