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All Hallows Church


All Hallows is the Church of England (Anglican) parish church for North Twickenham.

They have a variety of Services at All Hallows: traditional, formal, child-friendly and quiet; early morning and Sunday lie-in...

There is also a wide range of services, activities and social events taking place on Sunday and throughout the week.

The church building has a fascinating History: Built by Sir Christopher Wren in in the City of London in 1694 and rebuilt in Twickenham in 1940. It carries a grade 1 listing, has an historic organ and a peal of ten bells.

All Souls Church


An Anglican (Church of England) church, with many children and adults of all ages, worshipping together each Sunday. Our services are relaxed and informal with contemporary music, lively children's groups and a relevant bible-based talk.

Amyand Park Chapel


Amyand Park Chapel has been part of the local community in Twickenham for over one hundred and twenty years. Inside you'll find people from all backgrounds, ages and nations who have come to love the Lord Jesus Christ through an open bible. Others are still exploring what Christianity is all about and some don't know what they believe. Wherever you are, we would love to meet you.

Church of the Living God

Church of the Living God are a warm and friendly gathering of Christians who love both the gospel message and the people in the community.

Duke Street Church


Duke Street Church is a Christian congregation serving the Richmond community and seeking, engaging, and encouraging others through a life-changing Christian journey.

St John the Divine


St John the Divine, Richmond, in the Anglican Diocese of Southwark, is a Grade II listed church on Kew Road, in Richmond, London, in the Early Gothic Revival architectural style.

St Margarets Catholic Church


The St Margarets Church complex may be considered as one of the first fruits of the Second Vatican Council. A conscious effort has been made in the design of the building to break down barriers between the sacred and the secular - where religion is life.

St Margarets is a lively community with a strong community at its heart. Every Sunday, after 10:30 mass, parishioners gather in the hall to socialise over a cup of tea/coffee or a drink from the bar. Children are able to play in the church garden just outside the hall.

The Hall is equipped with a kitchen and bar allowing many activities to be accommodated including birthday parties, Parish celebrations and Bible study classes.

The Chapel which is always open for private prayer and meditation is on the right hand side of the main entrance. Weekday Mass is usually celebrated in the Chapel.

St Mary's Twickenham


The first record of a vicar of Twickenham was in the early thirteenth century, although the original St Mary the Virgin Church church pre-dates this earliest record. All that remains of the mediaeval church is the tower, constructed of Kentish Rag. The remainder of the Rag Stone building collapsed 9th April 1713, the result of neglect and the digging of vaults.

Sir Godfrey Kneller of Whitton, the churchwarden and court painter, initiated the red brick nave and interior to the plans of John James of Greenwich - a classic example of the architecture of the period, paid for by a subscription among local people.

History of the Church

St Stephen's Church

St Margarets Traders Association

If you're new and looking for a church, we would love you to pay us a visit.

St Stephen's is a friendly, vibrant church in East Twickenham, London. We cater for people of all ages, with a range of Sunday services and midweek events. We emphasise the importance of prayer, worship and good teaching from the Bible.

Church office is located at: 30 Crown Road, St Margarets, TW1 3EE