The Reverend John Charles Carlile (c.1861 - 16 August 1941) was a Baptist minister.
Born in London of Scottish parents, he trained for the ministry at Spurgeon's College. He was minister of the Baptist Church on Abbey Street, Bermondsey from 1884 - 1893, in which year he was elected minister of Trinity Baptist Church, Marylebone.
In 1898 he took over a congregation in Folkestone, Kent, returning to London in the 1920s. In 1921 he was elected President of the Baptist Union, and for many years was the editor of Baptist Times.
- Labour Problems in the Light of the Gospel: A Paper Read Before the Baptist Union of Great Britain and Ireland, on Thursday, April 27th, 1893
- Alexander MacLaren: The Man and His Message, a Character Sketch, Partridge, 1901
- The Story of the English Baptists James Clarke & Co., 1905 
- Christian Union in Social Service, Pilgrim Press, 1913
- Folkestone During the War. A Record of the Town's Life and Work, F J Parsons Ltd, 1919 
- A Colony of Heaven, Hodder & Stoughton, 1920
- The Challenging Christ. The Work of Christ in the Lives of Men, Kingsgate Press, 1932
- The Greatest Adventure: Story Talks to Boys and Girls, James Clark & Company
- Portraits of Jesus, Drawn by Himself, Religious Tract Society, 1933
- C.H. Spurgeon, an interpretative biography, The Religious Tract Society and The Kingsgate Press, 1934
- My Life's Little Day, Blackie, 1935
- The Times: p. 6. 18 August 1941.