This is how you can reach us

All Visitors The Free North is easily reached from all the town centre car parks and parking is free in council operated car parks on Sundays. The lane door has level access and we have a hearing loop system.

There are three entrances at which we offer a sincere greeting to regular attenders, returning friends, visitors, vacationers and those whose path has been directed by The Holy Spirit.
We hope that you’ll find your way to join us in the public worship of God. For service times scroll to the lower part of any of our web pages.

Disabled Access

The Free North Church is accessible to wheel chair users and those who have difficulty walking or standing.
The Church Street entrance has ramp access to the church, hall and lower session room.
The side door has level access to the church, hall and lower session room.
If you are at the front door overlooking the river, we will take you to the level access entrance.

By Car

Park in any of the city multi storey car parks and you can easily walk to the Free North

Eastgate Car park

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Farraline Park Car park

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By Coach or Bus

  • From Farraline Park you can walk 50 metres to the rear entrance of the railway station and then follow the instructions for Rail
  • Alternatively, exit via Margaret Street, then turn left
  • Cross the road at the Pelican crossing
  • Walk the full length of Post Office Avenue
  • Turn left on to Church Street
  • Turn first right on to Fraser Street towards the river
  • Turn right on to Bank Street and follow the river down stream for 100 metres
  • You really can’t miss the tall spire of the Free North whose front door is immediately opposite a Pelican crossing and a foot bridge over the river

By Rail

  • Exit the station then turn right on to Academy Street
  • At the Pelican crossing, cross on to Queensgate
  • Continue on Fraser Street towards the river
  • Turn right on to Bank Street and follow the river down stream for 100 metres
  • You really can’t miss the tall spire of the Free North whose front door is immediately opposite a Pelican crossing and a foot bridge over the river.