Churches Together in Malden

Churches Together in Malden (CTiM) comprises eight churches in New Malden.  The aim of Churches Together in Malden is to facilitate closer ties and interaction of worship and community activities across our area.

Prayer Walking in Malden Fortnight (prayer walking 2nd-13th July)
(Malden Fortnight 7th - 22nd July)

Churches Together in Malden have begun the planning for a Passion Play to be performed at Easter 2019 (13th April 2019) in New Malden .  Many parts are available.  See latest information - catch the vision!  
For contacts - see 'latest information' leaflet. 

Christ Church (CofE) http://www.ccnm.org/

St James (CofE) http://stjamesmalden.org/

St John’s (CofE) http://www.sjnm.org/

New Malden Baptist Church http://www.nmbc.org.uk/

New Malden Methodist Church http://www.newmaldenmethodistchurch.com/

New Malden United Reformed Church http://www.newmaldenurc.org.uk/

St Joseph’s (RC) http://catholicnewmalden.org/

St Pius X (RC) http://www.stpiusxchurch.org.uk/


During each year the CTiM churches are very active in re-forging the ties between them through many shared events and services. 
Join any one of these and meet people from many of the churches.

Across the year the CTiM programme covers:

  • Week of prayer for Christian Unity
  • Lent course
  • Good Friday Walk of Witness
  • Combined churches choir for Good Friday Witness service
  • Prayer Walking and a Prayer tent during Malden Fortnight
  • A monthly Prayer Diary
  • Malden-wide Christian Aid collection
  • Publicity for Christmas services
  • Regular Ministers' meetings
  • Meetings of representatives of the eight churches
  • Praise in the Park at Pentecost

Individuals from the churches work together to provide a number of services to the community: 

Other cooperations include:

  • Christians Against Poverty Debt Centre
  • Shared summer holiday services

St John's representatives are Dave Pamphilon, Val Hancock and Associate Vicar Helen Durant-Stevensen