About Emsworth Baptist Church
The church, in the heart of the town, has a growing congregation and at the time of this page is fund-raising to provide new building work.
Emsworth is easily accessible by car, train and bus.
Arriving by train
Emsworth is on the South Coast line, which connects Southampton and Brighton - there are also regular trains from Portsmouth. For journeys from the north, change at Havant - Emsworth is two stops east of Havant.
Arriving by car
Emsworth is on the former A27 (now the A259).
From destinations in the East, it may be quicker to come along the (new) A27, turning off at Havant East, and backtracking eastwards on the old A259.
From the West, come along the A27, turning off just past Havant to the A259, signed Emsworth.
The Church is in North Street, which is at the small roundabout in the centre of Emsworth.
The Church is immediately on the right in North Street. To park, turn right after 100m where there is a large long-stay car-park. It is possible to walk from the car-park back to its entrance, left into the cul-de-sac part of Palmers Road, and into the Churchyard.
Click for an Emsworth street map that you can print.
Sat nav users
The postcode is PO10 7BY
The Church has level access for wheelchairs, but until the building work is complete, it does not have wheelchair accessible toilets
hago events at Emsworth Baptist Church
- April 2010 - Concert in aid of the building work.