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

We are a Church of England Church with a local congregation which is quite unusual for London.

We are open for worship with a service of Holy Communion on Sundays at 10am and morning prayer on Monday’s and Friday’s  at 9am. We are being cautious as we move into the summer so please bring a face mask unless you are exempt. The doors will be open for ventilation and we are at the mercy of the weather so it can get chilly. Services are short and we will gradually reintroduce singing. 

Our church reordering is now complete and we have fully accessible toilets and a kitchen that is almost of catering standard. To hire the church for classes and events please contact the vicar or church wardens.

We are unable to offer children’s parties at this time.

This short clip shows you what the church looks like and how we worked out the 2m distance between the chairs.

We would love to pray for you. Please contact us 0208 9774067 or vicar@stmarkteddington.uk

We take our duty and obligation to protect all very seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at: www.churchofengland.org/safeguardingIf you have a concern please speak to the vicar on 0208 9774067 or email her at vicar@stmarkteddington.uk or contact our safeguarding lead on rachelbide@aol.com Details of the Diocese of London Safeguarding Team can be found here: www.london.anglican.org/directory/safeguarding-team New 24 hour Nationwide helpline for Church of England Child Protection matters. Run by NSPCC 0800 80 20 20.

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The site is looking really good at the moment. The wildflower meadow under the statue of St Mark at the Down Road end of the site is in full flower. This was planted in 2019 and it is in its second year of flowering. It is full of British wildflowers which are attractive to bees.

The roses are in full bloom in the memorial garden and around the St Mark’s Road boundary of the site. These are Rosa Rugosa Alba.

The Sheddington vegetable plot is looking good.

Our no mow May for the grass has turned into, not even mowing in June as our gardener’s van has broken down but the bees and other insects seem to be enjoying it!

We will be putting more posters up around the site with the title ‘Hope on the Railings – the summer edit’ to encourage people to stop and spend a moment reflecting on the beauty of creation.

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