Facilities and features


We have one toilet only.

We have a changing mat but you will need to bring everything else with you.

We do not have a bike rack but there is a metal fence that bikes can be chained to within the curtilage of the church.

There is very restricted car parking in the surrounding roads.

Autism or Asperger Aware / Accessible

We do have a ramped entrance suitable for wheelchair and buggy users.

Switch hearing aids to 'T' to access this loop.

We have a few large print booklets at each service - please ask for one.

Assistance dogs are welcome.

Our Building

This is a Grade 1 listed building of significant architectural design. Please see more on our own church website: www.christchurchstreatham.org.uk

Music and Worship

We just have the one bell and are always on the lookout for more bell ringers. If you would like to join this very select group, please speak to Bishop Rob.

We have a splendid William Hill Organ played expertly by our organist
Mr. Ian Giddons

We have the beginnings of a choir who sing for us every Sunday morning with occasional opportunities to be Cantor for the main Sunday Service. If you can sing, and would like to be a part of our small choir, you would be most welcome to join us, by speaking to our organist - Mr. Ian Giddons.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Meet on Friday evenings contact Mrs Hazel Barrett via church wardens email address.

On Wednesdays we have bible study throughout most of the year. In the morning, it follows on from the Holy Communion Service at 10.00am in church and refreshments in the vicarage.
In the evenings it takes place at 7.30pm in the Vicarage and is followed by the short service of Compline.
During the periods of Lent and Advent, we have a more in-depth study of the scriptures, after which we take a break for about 4 weeks before resuming the usual Wednesday groups.

Meet on Tuesday evenings. Contact Mrs Suzanne Pentecost via church wardens email address.

Every Friday evening. Contact Ms. Rita Douglas via the church warden email address.

Meet every Friday evening at Christ Church School. Contact Mrs Maureen Downs via the church wardens website.

Help for Visitors

Please ask for code on arrival at church.

Each year we participate in the London Open House Weekend event usually held in September. Over the weekend, the church is open to visitors to take a tour, apart from Sunday between 11.00 am - 12.30 pm when it is in use for worship. Booklets are available to borrow, to take self-guided tours of the building, and there are always people on hand to answer any specific questions that you may have. We look forward to welcoming you.

Our guidebook is available on request for £5 each. There are also separate booklets with specific information about the organ, the stained glass, the artisans who helped to create the church, available on request, price £2.50. All proceeds go towards the upkeep of the building.

Other Features

After the main Sunday Service we use only Fairly Traded tea, coffee and sugar.

Our parishioners are regular contributors to the local foodbank at St. Margaret's church. All of our harvest donations also go to the foodbank.

Urban Priority Area