A conversion of an old school to a church and Greek School.
A large church of 1862-63 by C.L. Luck. It was lengthened in 1866 and north and south chancel aisles added in 1864 and 1871 respectively. The interior has been partitioned and reordered to create an evangelical church centre.
A landmark on the approach from the South to Surbiton. It is a design by C.L. Luck from 1874-75.
On the edge of open countryside, this is a church of the early 17th century, with an older chancel and a much larger nave and chancel added in 1875 by T.G.Jackson.
A large church by the Kingston by-pass. It was built 1935 by Newberry and Fowler.
Built in 1922-35 by Osmund Bentley and completed by Adrian Gilbert Scott.
A small church of 1939 by Newberry and Fowler on the busy road to Kingston.
A small suburban church of 1955, architect unknown.
A long low building of 1866 by Freshwater & Brandon, north of New Malden station. There is a large modern extension on the north side.
The old village church of Chessington, now surrounded by housing. basically a 13th-century building with restorations by R. Hesketh (bell-turret 1854) and T.G. Jackson (south aisle 1870).