There was a church in Denham before our current St Mary’s Church was built. The oldest part of the church building is the tower, which was built between 1100 and 1120. The chancel was built in the 13th century and the nave in the 15th century.
When you visit St Mary’s (for a church service or during office hours in the week) you can pick up a guide with a detailed description of our church.
With the arrival of the railway and the significant expansion of London in the 20th century, other parts of Denham developed. Today our two other worship locations are St Mark’s in Denham Green and St Francis Chapel in New Denham.