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.

Our Sunday service is at 10am. This is a service of Holy Communion with hymns. There is side chapel for families who want a bit more space.

Dogs are welcome. 

Morning prayer on Monday’s and Friday’s at 9am in the Holy Family Chapel – use the door with the disabled ramp on St Marks Road. 

ACTIVE CHURCH is now on Sundays 4-5.30pm in term time. Church with dance, sport, worship and food. All Ages welcome!

Our church reordering is now complete and we have fully accessible toilets and a good sized kitchen. Coffee and tea is served after the service and we have been told we are one of the friendliest churches in this part of London.

Our website is showing its age and is becoming a bit glitchy. We hope to have a new revamped one soon so please bear with us as we make the transition.

We are slowly reintroducing children’s parties for primary age children. These cost £100 for a three hour booking which is two hours for the party and a half hour either side to set up and clear down. Contact Tina Herterich  hallbookings@stmarkteddington.uk for details



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.

Recent Posts

The flood…

Just before Christmas we had a burst pipe which meant that the vicar ended up wading though the vestry corridor, kitchen, storage cupboards and the server’s vestry when she popped in to do a bit of admin. Thankfully the water hadn’t been pouring in for that long and it could be swept out quickly. We are hugely grateful to Richfords the disaster recovery service provided by our insurers EIG who provided blowers and a dehumidifer and we are delighted that the affected area is now dry. We are waiting to hear if there is any further work needed on the floors. Thank you to everyone for your patience as we worked around big bits of machinery and to those who moved everything in the affected areas somewhere else.

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