Sunday and Weekday Services


the 9:15 @ St Mary’s is a new, post lockdown service where children and adults worship, pray and learn together. The service lasts about 40 mins, often makes use of Godly Play and about once a month focuses on a simple eucharist. A warm welcome awaits us all as we join together for the 9:15 @ St Mary’s! If you have any questions or want to find out more, please email Rev’d John at or Nikki at

The Parish Eucharist takes place every Sunday Morning at 10.30 am to which all are welcome!

There is also an Evening Eucharist at 6pm (Caritas) which has a more reflective mood.


Morning Prayer takes places at All Saints’ on Putney Common every weekday at 9.15 am for about half an hour.

A Midweek Eucharist takes place at St Mary’s every Wednesday at 12.30pm.

Parish Bible Study and Adult Confirmation Courses

This coming year’s lectionary will be from Mark’s Gospel so Rev’d John Whittaker and our Reader Minister, Carrie Myers, will hosting a Zoom bible study group on this Gospel, to which you are warmly invited.  The dates for your diary are Thursdays 28th January, 4th, 11th and 18th February.  If you are interested in joining the discussion please do not hesitate to contact our Team Rector, Rev’d John Whittaker: 

We run regular Bible Study groups throughout the year and an annual Adult Confirmation Course.  If you are interested in further details about these please email Rev’d John Whittaker 


The adult choir sings weekly in term-time at the Parish Eucharist in the morning or at Caritas in the evening. They are directed by Richard Quesnel and they rehearse on Tuesdays from 7.30pm in the Church. 

If you’d be interesting in testing out whether this might be for you, please contact the Director of Music: 


The bellringing team meet on Mondays at 7.30 pm and also ring before services. Full training given. Please email Julie in the office  if you want to contact our Tower Captain, Paula Greenwood.

Prayer - Breathing Space & Spiritual Backpacking

Breathing Space has not resumed since lock down.  It used to meet in the lovely candle lit Sanctuary at St Mary’s on Tuesday evenings from 9.30pm, when doors would be closed at 9.45pm and meditation began, with a short prayer, 20 minutes’ silence, finishing at 10.15pm.  We take the silence home with us as we end our day.  Do join us for this very different prayer experience.  You would be most welcome.

Some prayer and meditations apps and websites for people wanting to pray, reflect or meditate outside of these times of prayer – either on the move or at home…

 Pray as you go (available in the Apple App Store)

Listen to 12-15 minutes of music, guided prayer a Bible reading a short reflection…

Taketime (available in the Apple App Store)

A relaxed guided meditation of either 5, 10, or 15 minutes. Anyone can use these meditations regardless of background or religion, and you can meditate anywhere you like…

Read and Reflect

A Daily Dig – deep thought for the day, and a Daily Prayer

Mobile Bible App

A daily Bible Reading with a reflection to help you begin a daily pattern of Bible Reading and Prayer

For something a bit meatier

Godpod – a regular podcast released at the beginning of every month. Religious “experts” get together to talk about burning issues over a supply of coffee and biscuits


The Bible in One Year – Read by David Suchet

The Psalms – Read by David Suchet

Theology In The Pub

On Monday 2nd November 2020, 8 – 9.30pm, Theology in The Pub will once again be gathering together around a table with a drink, albeit not in a pub, but in St Margaret’s Church, Putney Park Lane, SW15 5HY. This re-opening meeting will be the first of a four-part discussion of Paul’s Letter to the Romans. 

There will be a collection to cover heating costs. Please let Jenifer know if you are likely to come (details below). 

There will be two series for the autumn (1) the theology of the various Christian denominations and (2) a study of Romans led by volunteers.

2nd November        Romans Chapters 1 – 4. Bring your own Bible).  
9th November      John Wesley and the Methodists
                                   The speaker will be Clive Norris, author of ‘The Financing of John
                                   Wesley’s Methodism
‘, and a biography of the preacher Thomas Wride. 
16th November   – 14th December
                                  Speakers to be announced. Romans will continue on alternate weeks. 

 If you would like to lead a session on the Book of Romans, please contact Jenifer on 07772 512907 or by email

 Jenifer Norris and James Roche

Volunteering Opportunities

Please click here to download our volunteering opportunities form which lists the many ways you can get involved within the parish.

Senior Social (at All Saints')

During this time of social distancing and restrictions on groups meeting socially this group does not, unfortunately, currently meet.  The information below will hopefully apply once guidance suggests such groups can resume.

Do you know any elderly people in your street who would like to come along to our Senior Social coffee morning held every Monday at All Saints’ Church between 10am and 11:15am for coffee, homemade cake and chat.

Please contact Catherine Collyer: or call Lottie Clarke at All Saints’ Church office on:  0208 785 3951

Community Run Classes:

Alice Crawford’s Adult Ballet Class

A beginner / intermediary ballet class taught by Senior Soloist, Alice Crawford from the English National Ballet.

All ages and abilities are welcome.

From an article with Kate Miranda at Putney Time & Leisure:

“I am touring White Lodge with Alice Crawford, who joined The Royal Ballet School in 1983 at the age of 11 and graduated to join the English National Ballet in 1990. She went on to become a senior soloist with ENB and retired in 2005 to teach floor barre to injured ballerinas. Alice was known for Clara in The Nutcracker and was named one of Princess Diana’s favourite ballerinas (Princess Diana was ENB’s patron). She lives in Putney with her family and last visited White Lodge for a reunion several years ago. Darcey Bussell was student a few years ahead of Alice and many of their friends now teach here.”

For further info:

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