We're a large church in Wimbledon Village London where you will find a very warm welcome, uplifting thought-provoking worship, and a genuinely caring community.

Online Services

We are currently worshipping twice each Sunday while COVID-19 social distancing restrictions are in place. Morning services are at 10am on Zoom, followed by coffee. Regular members of our congregations have been emailed the link to join, or alternatively the services are live-streamed on our Facebook page, and available here afterwards. Evensong is at 6:30pm on our Facebook pages and YouTube channel.

Mission Action Plan - Malawi

Following a consultation of St Mary's congregation, the Church Committee has agreed that we should support the Anglican Church of Malawi's Community Integrated Intervention Project, which works with churches in the poorer parts of Malawi to encourage girls to continue in education beyond puberty.
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Annual Review

Our Annual Review for 2019 is now available to read.
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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We have suspended public worship at St Mary's, as well as all groups and meetings. Please read this important information for further details. We have now set up a buddy scheme to help each other.

As of 22 March, the church is now unfortunately fully closed.

Supporting St Mary's

We're hugely grateful to those who give their time or money to support St Mary's. It costs over £1000 a day to run the church (excluding major repairs). Find out how you can support us or make a donation.

Our Mission and Vision

Our Mission: To live justly, to love kindness and to walk humbly with God in the service of Christ.

Our Vision
St Mary's Wimbledon:
- Glorifying God through welcoming and inspiring worship.
- Being a community growing in faith, hope and love.
- Caring for the lost, the lonely and the vulnerable.
- Seeking and serving God's purposes for transforming the world.


The Parish of Wimbledon takes the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously.

Who to contact if you have concerns.

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