Falmouth Methodist Church is an imposing building found right in the centre of the town, opposite the town hall, public library and art gallery.


Arriving By Car

Locating our church using SatNav is straightforward by inserting the postcode TR11 3PG. We are located on ‘The Moor’, which is the civic hub of Falmouth, and where markets are held during the week. However, parking can be very difficult. There are few spaces outside, they have restrictions, and they get filled up very rapidly. For people with a ‘blue badge’, a few steps down from the church there is a small parking bay, and there are more spaces opposite the church and around the corner.

For other car users, the public car parks are the best option. Those nearest are the small one on The Moor, and the larger Town Quarry Car Park.

For day visitors to Falmouth, the Park and Ride (and, in summer, the delightful Park and Float!) Services offer an alternative.

Be aware, Falmouth’s parking enforcement officers are vigilant in finding cars parked illegally!

Further information can be found via this link: https://www.falmouth.co.uk/travel-resources/public-transport-info/

Car

Arriving By Public Transport

None of Falmouth’s three railway stations are particularly close to our church. It is a 15-20 minute brisk walk from Falmouth Town Station. However, there are small buses (366) that link the station with the town centre.

Most buses terminate and commence their routes from The Moor, so are very close to our church.

Further information can be found via this link: https://www.falmouth.co.uk/travel-resources/public-transport-info/

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Accessibility

There are 3 doors opening onto the street at the front of the building. The entrance on the right (as you face the building) has a ramp and no steps. There is a door bell if you need to use this entrance and it is not already open.

Our church is on three floors, with the sanctuary on the top floor. However, there is a lift to all floors. When services or other events are taking place that require the use of the lift, it is stewarded to ensure that no-one gets stuck! Whilst most services take place on the top floor, there is also a Memorial Chapel on the ground floor, which is where (for example) the monthly Midweek Communion Service is held.

There is a unisex disabled toilet on the ground floor, in addition to the other toilets.

Accessibility