Welcome to St Mark’s Church, Teddington, TW11 9DE

St. Mark’s is a Church of England church in a largely residential area to the South West of London, serving South Teddington. Our main Sunday service is at 10am and is based around the Eucharist. We have been on this site for over 100 years now and we have always been a local and community church. Our tradition is liberal catholic and inclusive. We are looking at ways to serve our community better and 2017 will be an exciting time for us as we build on the past and look forward to the future. We try and be as accessible as we can be for disabled visitors. We have car parking space next to the church, a hearing loop and a ramp for wheelchairs. If there is anything else we can do please ask.

We have a memory café on the second Tuesday of the month. Our next café is from 11am to 12.30pm on the 19th December. This café is for people with memory loss, their relatives and carers.

Christmas Services 2017
Candlelit Carol Service Thursday 21st December 6.30pm
BCP said Communion Service 24th December 8.30am
Family Service December 24th 10am
Crib Service Christmas Eve 24th December 5pm
Midnight Mass Christmas Eve 24th December 11.30pm
Christmas Day Family Communion 25th December 10am

 

We have a great concert space. Bach to Babies hold concerts for parents and children on Saturday mornings once a month and Collis Choir hold concerts here three times a year. If you would like to enquire about hiring the church for a concert please contact us. Our hall is always popular for children’s parties. It costs £60 for a two hour party so contact us for further details.

 

 

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Looking to the future

At St Mark’s there has been a plan for a very long time to build a hall. We have taken some time to stop and think about what we want to do with a hall and it seems that we already have an excellent building that is only used for a few hours a week. We are exploring ways of using the church building as a community space. One idea is to remove the pews we have, replace them with pews that can be moved and stacked, and then use the open space in the church for community events. We are looking at how we might put a kitchen and disabled toilets in church and improve our access. We have been to look at other churches that have undertaken similar projects and details of our site visits are at the back of St Mark’s Church. Please drop in and have a look and tell us what you think via the contact form on this website or by emailing the vicar at vicar@stmarkteddington.uk

This is one of the benches we are thinking of getting.

 

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