The Kemetic Temples
London & Coventry Temples, UK
The Earth Center has established two Kemetic Temples in the UK. One Temple is in London and the second is in Coventry.
We hold regular prayer meetings and services for public worship on a 5-day and 10-day cycle aligned with the Sidereal Calendar.
We also hold monthly and annual celebrations of festivals and holy days related to the principal deities, based on dates preserved / represented on our annual Sidereal Calendars, which are a continuation of ancient Egyptian time-keeping.
The Temple also organises an Annual Pilgrimage for initiates to visit and learn from the Temples and sacred sites across Western Meritah (including; Ghana, Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso).
Each Temple is closely associated with an adjoining M'TAM School for Kemetic spirituality and philosophy - which offers initiatic students an opportunity to receive a grounding in the principles associated with the tenets of our spirituality.
Visiting our Temples
The Temples are very modest in scale, yet each is a sacred house of worship of the Kemetic deities. We hope you have a pleasant, informative and uplifting experience worshipping with us. To maintain the sanctity and spiritual ambience of the Temple for worshippers, visitors are expected to follow the simple guidelines below.
Dress Code & Shoes
Please note that a dress code operates within the Temple. Please cover torso, arms and legs appropriately. It is customary to remove footwear upon entering the temple. Shoe racks are provided inside the entrance.
Mobiles & Photography
Photos using a mobile phone – for personal use only – may be taken at public lectures, and promotional events, but no photography or filming is allowed of prayer services. For non-personal use, please seek permission by completing a contact form on this website, prior to your visit.
Please switch off or place mobile phones on silent mode prior to entering the premises. Mobiles must not be used by visitors to take photos or video footage of services inside the temple.
Smoking is not allowed on the premises.
Children are welcome. However, visitors aged 16 or under must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.
Guide-Dogs & Pets
Guide-dogs accompanying disabled visitors could be secured in the frontage of the premises, while we will aim to offer assistance to disabled visitors to enjoy their visit in the Temple - But please advise us of your visit in advance, to enable this. No pets are allowed.
Unfortunately, dedicated disabled accessibility is not currently available inside the Temple, however there is a ground floor bathroom facility. Please advise us of your visit and we will aim to provide assistance.
London Temple: 21 Sunnyside Road, Leyton, London, E10 7BB
Coventry Temple: 18 Biggin Hall Crescent, Coventry, CV3 1GS
Please Note: The Temple-Keepers also reserve the right to refuse admission to those who do not follow the guidelines and to those who may be inappropriately dressed.