The Methodist Church Tower Hamlets

Churches & projects serving London's East End


1 Merchant Street, Bow, London E3 4LY (Corner of Bow Road and Merchant Street)

Church Stewards
:  Evelyn Louis 0207 515 7264
Superintendent Minister: Rev'd John Hayes 

For bookings, please contact the circuit office: 020 8880 7301

What's On
Sunday Service 11.00 each week
All welcome

Friday: Band for Life.

THE circuit meeting has approved a proposal to offer our Bow Road premises to GrowTH – a project which provides cold weather accommodation to homeless people. If we are able to meet the charity’s require-ments, we will provide shelter for 15-19 homeless people one night a week from February to April.

Food Cycle at Bow Road

The charity Food Cycle is running a project at Bow Road providing meals to needy people on a Friday evening, 7pm.  The charity currently operates in around 30 locations nationwide and sources food from supermarkets that is soon to reach its sell-by date. Volunteers cook and serve the food to those in need. The aim is to provide a tasty meal for people who struggle to afford the basics to eat and who will eat alone without company or conversation. The project relies on a team of very committed volunteers offering their time to support people living in the local community.  If you want to know more, visit the website ( contact Matt ( or 020 7729 2775

The congregation of the Redeemed Christian Church of God  meet in Bow Road church on Sunday evenings for a trial period. The RCCG churches in the UK are part of the huge Nigerian-based denomination which was founded in the early 1950s and has since spread to many parts of the world and continues to grow. It could fairly be described as a “fundamentalist” and  Pentecostal Church. For more

(Feb 18)

History of the Bow Mission

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