Teddington Methodist Church & Community Centre

  • 1 Stanley Road
  • Teddington
  • TW11 8TP

020 8973 1880
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News and Notes



Sunday 21st July 

10.30am All Age Worship Led by Bronwyn Coveney 

6.30am Service for Healing and Wholeness with Communion Led by Rev David Innes  

News & Notes The next edition will be 21st July. Items should reach Sarah at newsandnotes@teddingtonmethodistchurch.org.uk  by noon on 18th July. Advance warning – News and Notes will be produced fortnightly over the school summer holiday. If you would like to receive News & Notes by e-mail, please let Sarah know. 

General Information & News 

Visitors and those new to Teddington Methodist Church A leaflet “Teddington Methodist Church – A Warm Welcome for the Whole Community” is available in the narthex. We welcome anybody who may wish to become a member of TMC. 

Prayer requests If you have someone you would like prayers for, please write the details on the sheets on the table at the back of the church. Details will be given out in the service. 

Churches Together in Teddington: Please pray for SS Peter and Paul Church 

Circuit Prayers Please pray for Teddington Methodist Church and the Prayer Walks.  Please also pray for Guam, Johnston Island, Midway and Wake Island – nearly half the population are employed by U.S. government or military. Stable economy due to increased tourism. Pray for outreach to the indigenous population. 

The Circuit Book Club had its inaugural meeting at the end of May when sixteen of us met to discuss Michelle Obama’s book “Becoming”.  All are welcome to attend the next meeting on the 30th of August when we will meet again to discuss Andrew Marr’s comedic political thriller “Children of the Master”.  Marr’s years of experience as a political commentator give him an ideal perspective from which to write this in-the-know satirical look at the “great churning machine” that is Whitehall.  Contact Vicci for details or just show up on the 30th at 7:30 in the Brooker Annexe bringing snacks and thoughts to share. 

Notification of major gas works: Hampton Road, Teddington Hampton Road at the junction of Queens Road

From Thursday 25 July team 1 will begin working on Hampton Road at the junction of Queens Road for approximately two weeks

To allow completion of work safely there is a need to temporarily close the westbound lane of Hampton Road around the work area at the junction of Queens Road. There will be no entrance into Hampton Road at this junction for motorists. A signed diversion will be in place via Stanley Road, South Street and Wellington Road

Motorists travelling eastbound on Hampton Road will still be able to exit from this junction Hampton Road at the junction of Coleshill Road

Team 2 also start on Thursday 25 July; they will be working on Hampton Road at the junction of Coleshill Road for approximately three weeks

To ensure everyone’s safety and maintain traffic flow they need to install temporary two-way lights around the work area

Coleshill Road will be temporarily closed at its junction with Hampton Road. A signed diversion will be in place

Access will be maintained for residents via the entrance on Queens Road by opening the emergency access gate 

The Methodist Conference Digest is to be found on the notice board and is also available as a download at www.methodist.org.uk/conference2019

 Dates for your Diary 

Coffee mornings at home Saturdays 10.30-12 noon

Unless otherwise stated the proceeds will go to the Church Roof Fund

Saturday 27th July at David and Dorothy Innes’, East Molesey

Saturday 3rd August at Helen And Richard Bott’s, Whitton (for Sophie’s Brownie Fundraiser badge)

Saturday 10th August at Robert and Margaret Mortimer’s, Hampton

Saturday 17th August at Jill Harker's, Hampton

Saturday 24th August at Sue Morrell’s Teddington (for Swansea Hospital Neonatal Unit – where our twins were born)

Saturday 31st August at Monika Eilers’, Surbiton

Please ask if you need full address details. Let Sue or Gill know if you would like a lift to any of these and we will see what we can do 

Sat 20th July Coffee Morning for the Church charities - Baby Basics 

Sunday 21st July The Church Picnic -this will be in the Woodland Garden in Bushy Park. Do come along with your picnic and join the fellowship. Speak to a steward if you would like a lift. 

Sunday 21st July Open Garden at the Baum’s. 3 – 5pm. Tea will be served and donations welcome. Please come and bring your friends.  For more information speak to Fiona or Gill 

Friday 26th July The Friday Fellowship will meet at 11.00am in the Garden Room.  All are welcome for an hour of fellowship and prayer. 

Saturday 27th July Manse Garden coffee morning – an opportunity to see progress on the manse garden and to enjoy a coffee and home baking. 10.30am-12.30pm. All welcome. Bring a garden chair if you have one! 

Sunday 28th July Open Garden at the Symm's. 3 – 5pm. 

Tuesday 30th July Messy Church at Hampton Methodist Church.10.30am – 2pm. See poster for more details. 

Sunday 25th August - Open Garden at the Kilvington's. 3 – 5pm


News and Notes 14.07.19