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 2018 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.

On the 23rd of July the church will be closed for three days as our pews are cut down so that we can move them and make the space more flexible. From the 1st August the church will be closed for two weeks as the floor is restored. We plan to worship outside on Sunday 5th August and maybe on the 12th August as well. The plans for the disabled toilets, kitchen, office and more storage are at the back of the church. Please come and look and comment.

As well as our Sunday morning service we have a Messy Church on the second Sunday of the month (the next one is on the 16th September,) a grandparents group that meets every other month and we have a quiet reflective service called Stillness on Sunday which is about finding stillness in a busy world.

We have a memory café on the second Tuesday of the month. Our next café is from 2pm on 17th July. This café is for people with memory loss, their relatives and carers or for anyone who wants to pop in for a chat.

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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Community Gardening

Today a group of locals got together to add some colour to the borders around the all weather court behind the church. Lots of people turned out to clear out the weeds, dig holes, plant plants and water them in. There was tea and cake for the adults and sandwiches for the children. With many thanks to the Teddington Society, Hampton Court, Nick, Dave, Andy and the cadets from the Met and all those who wielded pickaxes to break the soil which is rock hard at the moment. Herb boxes were being built as I left and there is a plan to go back to do more planting and planning for spring sowing in Septemberish.

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