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|St Michael's Fulwell|
|Church of St Michael and St George|
|Founded||1913; reopened 2014|
|Diocese||Diocese of London|
|Bishop(s)||The Rt Revd & Rt Hon Dr Richard Chartres; The Rt Revd Paul Williams; The Rt Revd Graham Tomlin|
|Minister(s)||The Revd Ed Kendall. Senior Minister|
St Michael's Fulwell church exists as a gospel-centred community for Fulwell, Teddington and beyond. It is a welcoming, family-friendly, Church of England church situated by Fulwell railway station. The church meets at 10:00 am on Sundays for a family service and at 6:30 pm for an informal service.
The church was re-opened in late 2014. At the invitation of the Bishop of Kensington and with the support of local churches, a small group from a church in Fulham, joined by other friends and supporters in the Teddington area, were asked to re-establish a church community in the previously redundant building of St Michael's Fulwell.
The church launched a regular Sunday 10:00 am service in January 2015. Soon after, the informal 6.30 pm service was started. In the midst of it all, the church has refurbished the side-chapel and some side-rooms where almost all the services and activities initially took place. However, in 2016 the side-chapel was deemed too small for the growing morning congregation and so a temporary indoor marquee was constructed in the main part of the church. In the coming months and years, the church will set about the task of revitalising the rest of the building.