The church is at the west end of Carshalton High Street, opposite Carshalton Ponds, on the south side of the A232 going from Croydon to Sutton. It has no letter-box, and hence no post-code; the nearest is SM5 3PD.
To choose between the various travel options, you may find the Transport for London journey planner at https://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/ helpful; enter the destination "Carshalton High Street".
The church has no car park. There are two public car parks nearby, one on the north side of Carshalton High Street opposite Sainsbury's, and one on the east side of The Square; on Sundays the cost of parking in them is reduced to £1 for all-day parking at the time of writing. Parking at the west end of church is very limited, and is in 2 hour limited bays; these are watched by wardens! You may be able to park in 'The Square' or 'Brookside' east of the church, or Talbot Road to the south.
The replacement of a gas main in Boundary Road will disrupt traffic for 20 weeks starting 30 April. Access to Stanley Road and Beddington Gardens will be restricted for part of this period. See https://www.sgn.co.uk/Roadworks/Southern-projects/Carshalton-Boundary-Road/ for details.
Several bus routes pass the church. The stops in Carshalton High Street are served by:
You may find the Transport for London bus map at http://content.tfl.gov.uk/bus-route-maps/south-east-london-bus-map.pdf helpful.
Take a train to Carshalton station and then a 7 minute walk via North Street, or to Carshalton Beeches station with a 15 minute walk via Carshalton Park Road.
The diagram below shows the entrances to the building, and the main paths through the graveyard.
(1) is the main entrance, suitable for buggies and wheelchairs; it is opened for all services and concerts.
Entrances (2) (3) and (4) are opened for Sunday and special services, open days, and for concerts.
(S) indicates the sacristy door; please knock here and wait if you have an appointment to meet someone in the church building when the other doors are locked.
The facilities in the building are described on the church building page.