The Catholic Church of St Thomas Aquinas is a Roman Catholic Church on Ham Street, at the western corner of Ham Common, Ham, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The church is a former 19th-century school building, acquired in 1974 and converted for worship and community use

The building was constructed as Ham School in the late 1880s, replacing an earlier village school funded by the National Society and remained open until 1966, when it was replaced by the larger St Richard’s with St Andrew’s Primary School on Ashburnham Road in Ham.  The building was used for various community functions throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s before being acquired to allow Roman Catholics to have a church of their own in Ham for the first time since the Reformation.

Our current Parish Administrator is Father Stephen Langridge who is also the parish priest of St Elisabeth of Portugal RC Church in Richmond, and he is supported by Fr Peter Andrews of the Ordinariate of our Lady of Walsingham who lives within the Parish, a Parish Council, Parish Finance Committee and other volunteers, details of which can be found on our Contact Us page.

You will find details of our regular Mass Times on the website and details of weekday services and special events in our weekly newsletter which is available on our News page or alternatively paper copy are available in our Church Porch.