There are many ways you can join and support the church community and its activities such as:
Cornerstone is an informal opportunity to meet together in our beautiful church over a cup of tea or coffee, to share experiences and to support each other, maybe through a difficult time.
We meet every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 2:30pm, and warmly invite you to join us.
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Junior and Youth Church
Our Junior and Youth Church is every Sunday @10.00am, and we hold All Ages Family Service on the Third Sunday of the month when the Junior and Youth Church take a leading role in the worship.
On the 2nd Sunday of each month the Youth (those in secondary school and college) meet at 2.00pm in the church hall for fun and fellowship.
For more information please contact the vicar by email or phone.
St Augustine Church Strollers Group welcomes anyone who may enjoy walking and meeting new people. We walk on the last Saturday of each month and do between 4 and 6 miles, aiming to include stops for coffee and lunch.
We have members of differing ages and abilities, all of whom are welcome, as we aim for fellowship combined with mild exercise in pleasant surroundings. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
We have Rainbow (ages 5-7), Brownie (7-10) and Guide (10-14) Units meeting in St Augustine’s Church Hall weekly during term time.
All units are very popular and hold waiting to join lists and we are always keen to meet new volunteers willing to help run the meetings.
For any inquires please contact email@example.com
If you would like to register your daughter please visit the Girlguiding website – here
Bishop Perrin School
St Augustine's has had a long association with Bishop Perrin School in fact the church used to worship in the hall before the present church was built in 1958. For more information about Bishop Perrin Church of England Primary School click here.
Homelink is a day respite centre supporting carers of any age who give help and care to a partner, relative, friend or neighbour who cannot manage without their help. This could be because of age, disability, physical and/or mental illness. We serve the people who have someone that they are caring for in the Whitton, Hounslow Borders, Twickenham, Hampton and Teddington areas.
Homelink provides a happy and vibrant environment where people can enjoy each other’s company supported by trained staff and volunteers. The Centre enables carers to take a well-earned day´s respite. For more information click here.