Mass Schedule

Come and join us with the following masses:

Monday: No Mass
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am
Saturday: 6pm
Sunday: 10am, 5.30pm
First Friday of each month: 10 am

All night Vigil mass at 10 pm

Saturday 9.30 – 9.50am, 5.30 – 5.50pm and on request and before each mass

Tuesday – Saturday 9.30am

Rosary and Benediction
First Sunday of the month, 4pm

Holy hour for Vocations
Friday 10.30 to 11.30am

Legion of Mary
Sunday afternoon 3pm 

Junior Legion of Mary 11:30am
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Contact Us

You can contact Fr. Philip de Freitas (Parish Priest)

The church can be reach at:

Telephone: 020 8788 9603
Fax: 020 8780 5432

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Address: 15 Victoria Drive,
London SW19 6AD

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History of the Church by Fr Mcloughlin

Written on the 25th Anniversary of the parish in 1986, and the day of Consecration. 

                   Wimbledon Common Parish began its life on Sunday, September 9th, 1961. Bishop Cowderoy visited the new parish, blessed the little church at No. 11 Yelverton and said mass for the people.

                  Archbishop O’Hara, the Apostolic Delegate on Parkside, entertained the Bishop, his secretary, Fr Peter Strand, and Fr P. A. Mcloughin, the newly appointed resident priest-in-charge to lunch. Fr Liam Carson, secretary to the Apostolic Delegate, was the photographer of the day.

                  The Parkside area, as this neighbourhood was then known, was a part of St. Joseph’s Parish, Roehampton. Fr Francis Kelly SJ and his assistant, Fr Vincent Bywater SJ, tirelessly served the Parkside area as it developed in the fifties. Roehampton Parish was in the care of the Jesuits in those days. The whole of the valley at the back of the HOme of Incurable was in St. Thomas’s Parish, Wandsworth, with Augustus Road and Beaumont Road a boundary with Roehampton Parish. Canon John O’Friel, then parish priest of St Thomas’s, suggested that Sutherland Grove was a more realistic boundary for the new parish. the three roads, Girdwood, Skeena Hill and Combermartin, were incorporated into Wimbledon Common Parish. 

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