Our Member Churches  

Click on the name of the church to go to their web site.  

St Anne's Church Kew

St Anne's Church, Kew Green

The Parish Church of St Anne stands within the liberal-catholic tradition of the Church of England offering a high standard of choral worship serving the community where all are welcome.
Vicar: Fr Nigel Worn

St Luke's Church, Kew

St Luke's Church

The Parish Churches of St Luke's Kew with St Philip & All Saints (The Barn Church) offers a broad range of worship and community activities for people of all ages.
Vicar: Fr Peter Hart

St Philip  All Saints Kew

The Barn Church

St Philip & All Saints (The Barn Church) offers a broad range of worship and community activities for people of all ages.
Vicar: Fr Peter Hart

St Winefride's Kew

St Winefride’s Church

Our Lady of Loreto and St Winefride is a Roman Catholic church which welcomes all. Sunday services include a family mass and there are also daily masses, a prayer group, a children's liturgy group, mother and toddler group, coffee mornings and various other activities and outreach programmes.
Parish Priest: Fr Tom Scannell

Kew Baptist Kew

Kew Baptist Church

Kew Baptist Church is an evangelical independent fellowship and is a member of the South-East Association of Grace Baptist Churches. Pastor: Jonathan Worsley  

Raleigh Road United Church Kew

Raleigh Road United Church

Methodist/United Reformed. We meet for worship at 10.30 am every Sunday. During the week our activities include the Babies & Toddlers’ Group, Brownies and an Afternoon Forum. Many other groups use our buildings, e.g. Rock Choir, Zumba, Maddy’s Jive School.
Minister: Revd Kristin Ofstad

News from CTBI
Mission
Read about the achievements of More Than Gold during the Commonwealth Games
Environment and Climate Change
Interfaith declaration on climate change at WCC and Religions for Peace conference
Christian Aid
Join Christian Aid online 4 November 2014, 6.30pm, for a service of thanksgiving

World War 1 resources


World War I Commemoration

Find resources to reflect and pray on the experience of the First World War in this roundup of material available to the churches, plus news of ebooks coming soon from Churches Together in Britain and Ireland

See: http://www.ctbi.org.uk/ww1