Welcome to St. Dunstan's Church in Feltham, Middlesex.
|We seek to share our experience of God's loving presence in a welcoming and inclusive environment|
|MISSION STATEMENT FOR ST DUNSTAN'S CHURCH, FELTHAM|
The Parish of Feltham covers a wide area from Staines Road to the north to the borders of Ashford, Hanworth and Sunbury to the south and within it live more than 26,000 people.
St. Dunstan's Church in Lower Feltham is the Church of England parish church serving the whole of that area and its population.
A church on the site of St. Dunstan's was first established many centuries ago, when that was the heart of the village of Feltham, as mentioned in the Doomsday book. The present Church was opened in 1802. When the railway came to Feltham in Victorian times, the centre of the community moved to where it is now, around the station. The Church of St. Catherine's was built to serve the expanding town, but was closed in 1975, and only the tower and spire now remain. That building may have gone, but the Christian community it supported is still alive and worshipping at St. Dunstan's.As a Church of England parish, Feltham is part of the Diocese of London, whose Bishop is The Rt Revd & Rt Hon Richard Chartres DD KCVO FSA, the 132nd Bishop of London. Within the Diocese of London, Feltham is in the Kensington Episcopal Area, whose leader is the Bishop of Kensington, The Rt. Revd. Paul Williams with the Archdeacon of Middlesex, The Ven Stephan Welch. Together with the other 20 Church of England parishes in the London Borough of Hounslow, it is part of Hounslow Deanery.