|Carroll Park Methodist Episcopal Church (Former); Norwegian Methodist Episcopal Church (Former); and South Brooklyn Christian Assembly Church (Former)|
|Architectural style||Victorian Gothic|
|Town or city||Brooklyn, New York|
|Country||United States of America|
|Client||Methodist Episcopal Church of the United States|
Carroll Park Methodist Episcopal Church is a former Methodist church in Brooklyn, New York, formerly located at 295 Carroll Street, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, New York City. The Victorian Gothic edifice was erected c.1890 and located within the Carroll Gardens historic district. It was reused as Norwegian Methodist Episcopal Church, reflecting the large Scandinavian population in Brooklyn between the 1890s and 1949. It was "sold in 1949 and reused as the South Brooklyn Christian Assembly Church but as of 1977, it was largely demolished and redeveloped into three townhouses with no evidence of the church remaining."
- Nathan Silver, Lost New York, (New York: Weathervane Books, 1967), p.401
- J. Russiello, A Sympathetic Planning Hierarchy for Redundant Churches: A Comparison of Continued Use and Reuse in Denmark, England and the United States of America] (MSc Conservation of Historic Buildings, University of Bath, 2008), p.367.
- Norval White and Elliot Willensky, AIA Guide to New York City, rev. ed., (New York: Collier Books, 1978)