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 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 £50 for a two hour party so contact us for further details.


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Memory Cafe

Our memory café starts on the 21st November at 11am and runs until 12.30pm. We are well known for our tea and cake at St Mark’s Church and this café is designed to be a welcoming place for those with memory problems. We would also love to welcome anyone who wants to come for a chat. Training in dementia awareness has been provided to our volunteers and we are working with local charity Embracing Age. Our plan is to run the café on the third Tuesday of the month in the morning. Neighbouring church St Peter and St Paul are running a café on the first Tuesday in the afternoon.

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