Where we are in Staines
OUR Worship Life.
Our main service takes place at 10.00am each Sunday.
The service lasts about an hour it brings together children and adults of all ages for a relaxed and informal time, characterised by a friendly welcome, contemporary music, opportunity for personal prayer and a relevant bible-based talk. We are altogether trying to grow as disciples of the Lord Jesus.
You don’t have to fit a particular mould to come along – whether you’re coming with children or on your own, as someone living locally or visiting the area, looking to join or to visit just once, you will find a friendly welcome.
Refreshments are available after every service, and we encourage you to join us for a hot drink and a chat.
There has been a church on the site since 1935, and the old church building is still in active use as our church hall, where we run a wide range of community activities, including luncheons, bridge and Scrabble teas.
The building is a relatively modern church on the Kingston Road, about half-way between Worple Road and Edinburgh Drive (postcode TW18 1DP). The entrance is on Warwick Avenue. We are exactly opposite to Matthew Arnold School
. We have our own car park, toilets in the main church building, and wheelchair access is available.
Our current building dates back to 1962, and is a very special space for worship, particularly when the sunlight floods in through the stained glass during the summer.
OUR Recent History
.Until 2018 Christ Church was part of a larger grouping with St. Peter's and St. Mary's in Staines. In 2019 Christ Church will become it's own Parish, responsible for it's own part of Staines with a new Vicar. It is on a journey to grow in faith and to grow numerically.
We aim to extend a warm welcome to regulars and newcomers alike, and we try our best to ensure that nobody feels like a stranger.
The tract below is an introduction to the Christian Faith written by the Vicar. The heart of our life together is to know Jesus and to live our lives in His service.
line Drawing from Rev John King see https://timstking.wixsite.com/website
Church of England
Diocese of London
Parish of St . Mary and St. Peter Staines
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