Whitton Baptist Church

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Whitton Baptist Church
51°27′15.4″N 0°21′33.8″W / 51.454278°N 0.359389°W / 51.454278; -0.359389Coordinates: 51°27′15.4″N 0°21′33.8″W / 51.454278°N 0.359389°W / 51.454278; -0.359389
Location Hounslow Road, Whitton TW2 7BZ
Country United Kingdom
Denomination Baptist
Website www.whittonbaptist.co.uk
Division London Baptist Association
Subdivision Thames Valley District
Pastor(s) Rev. Gordon Hindmarch

Whitton Baptist Church is a church in Hounslow Road, Whitton in Richmond upon Thames, London. It is a member of the London Baptist Association.[1]


The two foundation stones set into the front wall of the church carry the date October 20, 1934.[2] The present church building was opened on 6 April 1935. The new building, financed by the sale of St Margarets Baptist Church, replaced Whitton Gospel Hall which had opened in 1881.[2]

The church's halls were opened in September 1968 on the site of an old tennis court. They replaced two previous halls, one of which was destroyed in a fire in 1966, and the other on a site which is now part of the church's car park.[2]


1936 Rev. Walter G. Davis
1943 Rev. Albert Cassidy
1970 Rev. Derek Buckingham
1976 Rev. Barry Vendy
1984 Rev. Martin Smith
1998 Rev. Andy Gore
2014 Rev. Gordon Hindmarch[2]


  1. ^ "London". London Baptist Association. Retrieved 30 April 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Our history". Whitton Baptist Church. Retrieved 30 April 2014. 

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