Welcome to our website. We are “The church on the High Street”  in Hampton Hill; a warm welcome is extended to you to join us at one of our regular Sunday services.   Our website provides details of the range of activities we conduct on our premises, our history, our vision and our plans for the future.  Do get in touch and let us know what you think.      

In addition to the Sunday services we have an open door to the many events that we offer, some of which are dedicated to children.

We invite you to explore our website to see how we may be able to serve your needs and interests and then to sign our online Guestbook by clicking on the link below.                                                                                                             What is the United Reformed Church?  You are very welcome to go to www.urc.org.uk where you will find a full explanation of what the URC is and stands for.  We are one of 1500 URC churches across the United Kingdom. 

Where are we? 

 Our Church is at the Southern end of Hampton Hill High Street, opposite the gated entrance to Bushy Park. Buses R68, R70 and 285 stop very close to the church. The post code is TW12 1NB if you are coming by car and using a Sat Nav.

 

When do we meet? 

Sunday worship is at 10.30am every week.

 

We also meet in the guise of many groups throughout the week. See our ACTIVITIES page for further details.

 

Who can I contact? 

 For more information call our Minister Revd Jenny Snashall 020 8979 3552 or use the contact page

 

Churches Together around Hampton

 

 

 We are proud to be part of Churches Together Around Hampton and enjoy excellent relations with all the other local Christian churches.

Our group is made up of people of all ages and from a number of other Christian denominations. We value each other and try to offer something in return.  The “something” we try to offer is the love that Jesus has given us freely and with no strings attached.

 

Should you wish to contact the Minister or one of the Elders please do so and we will be pleased to welcome you to our homes or come to you. 

 

Situated in Hampton Hill High Street, opposite an entrance to Bushy Park the church has been a prominent presence since 1867 and in 2017 we will be celebrating our 150th Anniversary. From its beginnings as a Sunday School the Church has always had children as a key focus of its mission.

 

Our outbuildings were largely redeveloped and extended in 1995 and access is now provided  to our three halls, offices and the sanctuary through The Foyer. This glazed area provides a light and welcoming approach to our accommodation and has a feature wooden staircase to the first floor hall plus a folding glass door onto the church garden. This development has proved to be very popular with our hall users and also for various church activities.

A view of Hampton HIll United Reformed Church from the Bushy Park Water Garden; with thanks to Lin. 

Place to Play

Open EVERY Tuesday 

 

from 10.00-12.00 through summer holidays

 

SPECIAL  EVENT 2nd August

 

USBORNE BOOK SALE

 

All families & children most welcome.

 

Open during half term & the school holidays, 10.00 - 12.00

 

 Everyone is most welcome.

 

Cost:  £2.50 per family to include tea or coffee, drink and biscuits for the children too.

Latest News

 

Our Minister is on sabbatical from 6th July 2016.  

For information or support contact John at  johnolatham@gmail.com

or 0208 255 0994.

 

Regular groups and contact details.

 

Ivytree Nursery term time:  www.ivytreenursery.co.uk

 

Guides, Brownies, Rainbows

Monday evening from 5.30pm

 

Annie Deadman fitness - various

www.anniedeadman.com

 

Caterpillar Music Fri & Sat. am

www.caterpillarmusic.com

 

Sarah Greenhall Yoga Tu, Thr am

www.sarahgreenhall.com

 

Stagecoach - drama  Fri pm

www.stagecoach.org.uk

 

12 Steps Fellowship Tu 19.30

www.12steps.co.uk

 

DramaCube  Wed eve, Sat am

www.dramacube.co.uk

 

 

Garfield Weston Foundation has, most kindly, made a generous £10,000 grant to the Place to Go! project at Hampton Hill URC.  Members and friends have recently established a 'Commitment Fund' where we give regularly for five years.   This will raise in excess of £45,000 from commitments already made.

 

Table Top Sale on First Saturday of each month

July 2nd, August 6th September 3rd

 

Tabletop sale on the High Street.  Homemade produce, gifts, plants, books and much more.  Come for a coffee and a chance to meet with friends.

  

FRIDAY  NIGHT IS TABLE TENNIS NIGHT

35 HIGH ST

HAMPTON HILL. 

Several tables, all levels, coaching available.  Beginners particularly welcome.  From 7.45pm in The Foyer.

 

 

Hampton HIll Community Choir

Come snd sing for fun!

 

Autumn dates:

September

8th, 22nd, 29th 7.30pm 

 singing many inspiring numbers. 

You are most welcome. 

 

 

EXTERNAL WORK BEGINS AT THE CHURCH

 

The main garden has been reconfigured and landscaped in accordance with the planning consent obtained.  This is all part of the Place to Go! project.   For further exciting details please take a look at the video in the Place to Go section of this website.

 

Fund raising is underway for the subsequent phases.  The rear of the side garden was reconfigured to cater for the expanding demand  from the Place to Play group that meets on Tuesday mornings.   This group has now welcomed well over 50 families since its inception.

 

GRANT OBTAINED!

 

A generous funding grant of £50,000 towards the first phase of the interior works has been awarded to the church by the Hampton Fuel Allotment Charity.

 

We are extremely grateful for their support for the  project which continues our successful working relationship.

Place to Go development from Bushy Park

Place to Go is an exciting development that will transform the front of the church to provide additional facilities for members and community groups. We have Planning permission and are now rasing funds to commence construction. See our special web page for further details and how you can help realise the vision.

We remember those who fought in the Great War from 1914 to 1918. May we never forget them.