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St John's Church New Malden

St. John's Church New Malden (St. John the Divine, to use our full name) is an Anglican church situated in the residential suburbs of London between New Malden and Kingston upon Thames. 

Throughout the years since our foundation in 1885 as a mission church we have strived to serve God faithfully in the local community and have aimed to present God's amazing love to those around us.

Our Sunday Services  are currently found online at Church online
Prior to the current restrictions, each Sunday the congregation of St John's New Malden joined together for: 

Morning Service (10.30am):

1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays of the month – Morning Worship,
(All-age services in school holidays)

2nd Sunday – Holy Communion

Tea & Coffee in the lounge after the Service

Evenings (6.30pm)

1st& 5th - Evening Worship

2nd - Café style 'Time to Talk'

3rd  - Conference style 

4th  - Holy Communion

Children join the beginning of the 10.30 Service and then meet in their Groups:

  • God Squad, Reception to Year 3
  • Trailblazers, Years 4 and 5
  • Pathfinders, Years 6 to 9.

    These groups do not meet on All-age service Sundays.

    Each week there is a Creche room for children up to school age.

CYFA (14 to 18 year olds) meet in the CYFA room upstairs in the Church Centre after the evening service (usually from around 8.00pm until 9.30pm).

Associate Vicar: Rev'd Eils Osgood - 07891 953 164

Location: Kingston Road, New Malden, Surrey KT3 3RX

Room Bookings: Some rooms are available for hire - see our page on Room Bookings.  All bookings can be made through the Church Office

Christ Church Primary School: Founded and partly funded by Christ Church and St John’s, our school seeks to provide a distinctively Christian ethos and educational experience for both its pupils and staff. There are very close links between the churches and school, including weekly assemblies taken by the clergy of Christ Church and St John’s. End of term services at Christ Church reinforce this ethos. http://www.christchurchnm.kingston.sch.uk/