Welcome to the Web Site of

Church Road, Ashford, Middlesex. (UK) TW15 2NY

Site last updated: 27 July 2014. Please scroll down to see the rest of the page. Underlined words are hyperlinks and clicking on them will take you to other pages or other places on the same page.

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This weeks Notices 27th July

Thanks to Peter Grainger for most of the photos of the church.

Comments about or problems with this web site? Please e-mail webmaster@stmatthewashford.org.uk

This weeks Services


Forthcoming Services


Forthcoming Events



Parish Diary



Groups and Organisations


Music at St. Matthews


Church Hall  - Including booking information


History of the Parish and Pictures of the Church

(The pictures on this page may take time to appear on slower connections)


Links page - including details of the Manna Food Bank shortages list.



Parish Priest: Fr. Stuart King SSC Tel: 01784 252459

E-Mail: fr_stuart@smam.org.uk

Parish People

General enquiries: info@stmatthewashford.org.uk


Thought for the week

The kingdom of God is a kingdom of love: and love is never a stagnant pool. -  Henry W. Du Bose

Wedding and Baptism information is given at the Parish Office on Mondays:  Baptism 2.00-3.00 and  Marriage 7.15 -8.15.

St Matthew’s is a parish in the Spelthorne Deanery of the Diocese of London. We are under the episcopal care of Bishop Jonathan Baker SSC, Bishop of Fulham. We stand within the Catholic tradition of the Church of England, seeking to respond faithfully to the Gospel message in our own age.

We seek to be an inclusive and welcoming Christian community, imposing no conditions on those who come through our doors other than a willingness to be open to the love of God revealed in Jesus Christ.


Details of 3rd Ashford (St. Matthew's) Scout Group added to groups page please have a look.
During the Walsingham pilgrimage, if you need the ministry of a priest, please call Fr. William Whittaker at St Mary's Stanwell. (01784) 252044
Churchyard Maintenance. - 09:30 Saturday 2nd August Lots of jobs to be done! All welcome. Tea and biscuits provided