Here you will find details of our Sunday worship, our wonderful building and its heritage and you can also find out how we seek to live out our faith during the week through our Seven Whole Days Vision.  

If you want to find our latest news, please visit our Keeping in Touch page.  

We are also currently looking to recruit a part time worker to support and nurture our young people.  HERE is the Job Description.  Closing date for applications is noon on Thursday 22 June.  If you're interested, we're praying for you.  If you'd like to have an informal chat about the role, please do call Helen on 020 8390 3829.

Find all our services past, present and scheduled on our YouTube Channel HERE or on our Facebook page HERE.  Since our services are now all live streamed, you may be visible while sitting in the pews (although usually only from behind).  By attending the service, you are presumed to have given consent to the Location Warning Notice HERE

We take the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. Further information can be found here.
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Regular Service Times : 

9am - more formal Holy Communion Service with Choir and Organ - also on YouTube.  On the third Sunday of each month the service is Morning Prayer.
10.45am - Worship for all ages and stages on YouTube with band and organ and groups for our children and young people and Holy Communion celebrated on the third Sunday.
Location St Matthew's Church St Matthew's Avenue,
Surbiton, Surrey   KT6 6JQ
(see map)
BUT also in your living room or from wherever you choose to join us! 
Upcoming Events
Holy Communion both onsite and...
9:00am Sunday 4 June,
Morning Worship for all ages...
10:45am Sunday 4 June,
Choral Evensong
6:00pm Sunday 4 June,



We believe that every person, however young or old, is of equal importance and value to God. Our age related CYP groups are Bible-based and full of fun! Your children and young people will enjoy sharing in activities, while making new friends and learning about God together.

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