West of the town centre, a church of 1961-63 by F.X. Verlade.
A small church in a large churchyard at the northern end of Whitton. It is by F.H.Pownall and dates from 1862
By a busy roundabout some way south of the town centre. The church of 1958 is by J. Harold Gibbons,the executive architects were Humphreys and Hurst. is dominated by a huge tower.
Sandwiched between housing and lying between two roads near Fulwell station. It closed in 2000 but was reopened as a church plant in early 2015. At first only the Lady Chapel was used, but a marquee has been erected in the chancel area. The church had been divided into halls at two levels of the west end in the early 1970s. Virtually all the fittings were removed from the church after closure. The designer was J.S. Adkins and the church dates from 1913.
South of the town centre in a suburban area. The church was designed by J.S. Hansom in 1885.
Between two dead end roads south-west of the town centre. It is a large church of 1914 by J.S. Alder.
Just off Kingston Road, south-east of the town centre. It is by Cyril Farey and dates from 1938-39
A church of 1893 by John Kelly, well to the southeast of the town centre towards Hampton Wick.
Closed from 2005 to 2010 when a new church was planted here. The building is by Edward Lapidge and dates from 1829-30, the small chancel was added in 1887.
Down a cul-de-sac, not far from the station, this church dates from 1987 and is by Austin Winkley.