Journey with us

St John’s with St Mary’s is a Church of England parish with two churches based in Isleworth. We welcome people of all ages and backgrounds to walk with us in our worship and witness. God’s amazing welcome to each of us in Jesus forms the basis of who we are and what we do.


Sunday 10.30am

Communion Service

Wednesday 9.30am

Said Communion Service

The nearby care home Atfield House is adopted by St John’s. We hold regular services there, and consider them to be an extension of our congregation.

The St John's Team

Brian Grumbridge


Nicole Hanekom


Jenny Jefferies


Rev Oli Douglas-Pennant

Associate Vicar

Rev Rachel Wooden


Stuart Main

Safeguarding Officer

Visit us

St John’s Road



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There are very few parking spots at St John’s. The H37 and 117 buses have nearby stops, and the Isleworth Railway Station is a 5-10min walk away. Most parking areas on local streets are free on weekends and evenings after 7pm. Step-free access available.

* Please note - neither our church or hall is affiliated with the nearby St John's Centre situated at 80 St Johns Road, Isleworth, TW7 6RU

Church Hall For Hire

St John’s Church Hall is a bright venue, suitable for group activities or special occasions.


  • 15 x 6.5m in dimension
  • could comfortably fit 60 people
  • use of the kitchen is included, with a serving hatch to the hall
  • toilet facilities, including a toilet accessible by wheelchair and with baby changing area
  • tables and chairs for both adult and child
  • parking for up to 8 cars
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Email to enquire:

Our hall booking process relies on volunteers, so please allow some time for a reply we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Cost and conditions

For regular bookings by clubs, societies, classes or community groups etc. the cost of hiring the hall is £28 per hour or part thereof, which must include all the time needed for setting up and clearing away.

The hall can be rented for one off occasions at the PCC’s discretion at a cost of £30 per hour or part thereof, which must include all the time needed for setting up and clearing away.


If you have any concerns about the welfare of a child or adult at risk, please contact our Safeguarding Officer Stuart Main 07989 350 896 or by email

Diocesan Safeguarding Team helpline: 020 7932 1224

NSPCC 24 hour helpline: 0800 731 9256

Thirtyone:eight helpline: 0303 003 11 11

Childline: 0800 1111