Place to Go is the remodelling of the front of the church and the sanctuary to better serve the local community.

Place to Go comprises three main spaces

  • the sanctuary, cleared of pews allowing flexible seating provision and open space if required
  • a gallery that provides for quiet contemplation, relaxation and private work suppoted by wifi
  • a coffee bar to support the above activities


The final component of Place to Go is to replace the front windows and entrance doors and spruce up the front a pavement level. 


Place to Go video showcases our vision

View of the gallery and the competition winning window design by Don Nicholson of Ross-on-Wye.

The church is grateful to Hampton Fuel Allotment Charity, the Garfield Weston Foundation, the Southern Synod of the URC and many local people for helping to raise the funds for this exciting addition to Hampton Hill High Street.

2021 NEWS

We wish you a very happy new year and hope that we can meet face to face as soon as Covid restrictions permit.


Online services available on Zoom by request here.




 2020 was to be the 150th anniversary of the foundation of our church. But Covid restrictions have forced us to postpone our celebrations and anniversary activities until later this year. It turns out that while 1870 was the inaugaration of the building, the first congregation did not attend until 1871 so celebrating 150 years of continuous worship will be absolutely relevant in 2021.

Look here for details of special events to mark 150 years serving the community, spiritually and practically in Hampton & Hampton Hill.



is the name given to our remodelled and refreshed entrance, café and gallery:






coffee & catch-up

and welcome to all


Parent & toddler group closed at present. Usually meets

every Tuesday & Thursday morning

Place to Go development from Bushy Park

Place to Go is an exciting development that has transformed the front of the church to provide additional facilities for members and community groups. See our special web page for further details.

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