Dundonald Church

Church in Wimbledon

Dundonald Church

Main Meetings:

Sunday: 3.00 pm Sunday Worship 6.30 pm Service with a difference - 2nd & 4th Sunday



Hymns & songs:

A mixture from Wesley to Stoneleigh

Under 18s:

Crèche (under 2)
Sunday school (2-10)
Pathfinders (11-13)
CYFA (14-18)
FAB after school clubs
Dangerous Club for Boys & Girls
Holiday Bible Clubs


Knowing God Bible study course
Student work
International student café

Local outreach & community activities:

Local schools work eg. assemblies

Other activities & ministries:

Home Groups, Women's daytime Bible studies, Mums & Toddlers, Bible studies in Korean & Afrikaans, Christianity Explored - 6 week introduction to the claims of Jesus & the Christian faith


Richard Coekin, Senior Pastor; Matt Searles, Pastor (10am); Joseph Yun & Joshua Lee Pastors (Korean 1pm); Gavin McGrath, Pastor (4pm); Grant Stein, Pastor (7pm)

Affiliations & links:

Reform, SEGP, Proclamation Trust, FCA, Christian Conventions, 9:38, Redeemer CP, The Good Book Company, Christianity Explored

Main Bible:

New International Version

Average Congregation:

150 adults
40 under 18s

Special needs:

Wheelchair access, Toilet for the disabled


Korean & Africaans Bible study groups

Office Contact:

Rosie Dunn

Office Address:

577 Kingston Road
Raynes Park
SW20 8SA

Office Telephone:

020 8543 4411

Tel: 020 8543 4411

Fax: Not available

Email: Click to email

Website: www.dundonald.org

Meeting Venue

The Factory
577 Kingston Road
Raynes Park
SW20 8SA

Venue 2:

St Andrew's Church
Herbert Road

Travel and Parking Info:

We operate a walk to church policy in the mornings, Park near the factory but not on local residential streets please


About Us:

Dundonald began in 1990 as a plant from Emmanuel Wimbledon, seeking to serve the community. Like Emmanuel, an Anglican Evangelical church, we enjoy the independence of proprietary chapel status: we are not the parish church but our minister is ordained and licensed in the Church of England. Dundonald now consists of three congregations, although there is opportunity for crossover with midweek groups, weekend events and services where all three congregations meet together. Reflecting the area, there are plenty of families with school age children, people in their 20s and 30s and lots of South Africans! All our meetings have a relaxed and informal feel and if you've never been to church before we hope you won't feel out of place.