St John's New Malden

St Johns Kingston Road New Malden         Welcome    to  St John's New Malden 

St Johns Church New MaldenSt. John's aims to welcome and serve our local community and has a strong sense of family. It's an evangelical church within the Church of England. 
It was founded as a tin hut mission church in 1885. The area around our location in Kingston Road, about half way between Kingston and New Malden and opposite Homebase, has changed a lot since then. But inside the 20th century church building, the strength of commitment is as firm as ever - you are very welcome to join us.

Main Service at St. John's - 10.30 Sunday mornings
Joint August 10:30 Services: 7th & 21st at
NMBC; 14th & 28th at St. John's - flyer
For the Malden Fortnight CAP Quiz answers - click here

Associate Vicar Helen Durant-Stevensen's Welcome message

Revd. Helen Durant-StevensenSt John’s Church, New Malden, is a Church of England church with an evangelical tradition. It has a strong family feel which embraces all ages and the cultures within the local community. Communicating the truths about Christianity is vitally important to St John’s and using multimedia technology enhances this.

Friendliness and welcome is a strong theme of St John’s as well as worshipping together in song. Sharing together is also important – there are many treats on offer during coffee time after the service.

We are so pleased that you are looking at our website. We would like you to come and meet us in person at our 10.30 or 6.30 services and join us.

Whatever stage you are in your own spiritual journey we extend a warm welcome to you to join in with any of the activities described in this site.

Dove windowIn these pages you can find details of our week-by-week regular services 
and other coming events

  Let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven
Matthew 5:16

St. John's Motto Verse for 2016  

The May to July 2016 Preaching Programme explores in 1 Peter: Travelling Companion at 10:30. 1 Peter is a short letter that encourages and identifies with its original readers - the Christians in Asia minor.
In the evening at 6.30 we will look at a selection of other New Testament letters in 'Airmail Letters'.
We also continue with our Café Style church on the evening of the second Sundays where we consider topical issues over a cup of tea or coffee.

See our Coming Soon page for what else is happening at St. John's.

Join us on the 2nd & 4th Saturday mornings between 10.30 and 12.30 at our Street Café at St John's.  Talk to us about the SurreySave Community Bank or the local CAP Debt centre

If you are a St John's regular there's additional information in the password-protected Members' Pages.

Contact Revd Helen Durant-Stevensen by e-mail or telephone 0208 942 0544

  • Kingston Road
  • New Malden
  • Surrey
  • KT3 3RX
  • opposite Homebase