Locksmith in Putney


Message from the Vicar


Welcome to the Parish of Putney web site. The Parish of Putney comprises two churches, St. Mary's on Putney Bridge and All Saints' on Putney Common just off the Lower Richmond Road.



We are a very lively parish in the liberal catholic tradition but made up of people of many different styles. We aim to be a place of spiritual, intellectual and emotional refreshment.

We seek to give people the chance to learn and grow in their faith through challenging sermons and a variety of education courses. 

Check out the gallery for pictures of the blues night from All Saints'

     We are an inclusive church that will give a warm welcome to everyone. We are a Christian family made up of all sorts and that's the way we like it. I hope you will get the chance to visit us soon and find out for yourself. For more information, please see About Us 
  Latest News    


  • Another brick in the wall? While Pink Floyd are well remembered for their stance on the Government's eduction policies, little did they know that Putney is offering members of the Parish (and others) the chance to become "just another brick in the wall"... of the Brewer Building.
  • To sponsor a brick costs just £25, for which you will receive a signed certificate and your name on a brick - immortalised in the history of the Parish.
  • More details are available at the services at both churches, alternatively contact Julie Bacon in the Parish Office. Cheques should be made payable to 'Parish of Putney' and sent to Richard Holman at 11 Genoa Avenue, London, SW15 6DY.
  • For more pictures of the brick signing and of the building as it is being built,
  • Parish of Putney Occasional Choir (POPOC) - The Choir's first service of 2005 will be on Ash Wednesday. All Saints', 9 February, 8pm. There will be 3 rehearsals; 19, 26 January and 2 February. Rehearsals are at All Saints', 8pm and new additions to the choir are always very welcome.
  • Women's Breakfast - there will be a Women's Breakfast on Sunday 5 February, 9-10.30am, St Margaret's Church Hall, Putney Park Lane. The speaker is Rev Ros Trafford-Roberts who was ordained in 1995 and is currently Chaplain to the House of St Barnabas in Soho, a hostel for homeless women. Ros is attached to St Anne's Soho and to St. Botolph's, Aldgate and is a member of St Paul's pastoral team. To help us with preparations please confirm your attendance by phoning Rosie Taylor-Davies on 020 8785-9257.
  • LENT - the period of Lent begins with the Ash Wednesday service on 9 February, 8pm at All Saints'. A series of five Lent lectures on Art and Faith begin Wednesday 16 February. On 27 February we will have a bring and share lunch at All Saints' at 12noon. More details to follow.

Churches together in Putney - LENT LECTURES - Art and Faith

Wednesday 16 February - The Faces of Christ - Revd John Cooke at Putney Methodist Church

Wednesday 23 February - The Spirituality of Raphael's Renaissance - Br St Patrick Moore at All Saints'

Wednesday 2 March - Ancient and Postmodern: Visual Artists and the worshipping Community - Meryl Doney at St Margaret's Church

Wednesday 9 March - The Cross and the Trinity - John McDade SJ at St Simon's Church

Wednesday 16 March - Modern Art and Faith - Revd Rachel Taylor at St Mary's

7.45pm coffee and Tea - Lectures 8-9pm

  •  Lent Groups - February - March 2005. Two separate Lent groups will meet, one on a Monday and one on a Friday, each week for 4 weeks from 21 February to 18 March. This has proved to be an excellent opportunity to discuss the challenges of living in faith. All adults and children welcome. If you would like to attend the Monday group please call Katherine Martin on 020 8789 4792, for the Friday group please call Kath Diamond on 020 8874 6854.
  • Collection for Spires Homeless Centre on Sunday 20th February. Spires is one of the largest centres for homeless and vulnerable people in London. It is also one of the five main charitable organisations supported by our parish. The centre is desperately in need of the following:
    boxes of cereal, tea and coffee, mugs, mens jean, trainers, toiletries, plastic carrier bags, trousers, books, blankets and sleeping bags.
    Please bring any of the above items to either church on Sunday 20 February. Your help is hugely appreciated. If you have any questions please call Leo Martin on 07980 863969 or [email protected]
  • For more information on Spires see our Charities page.
  • Parish Home Group - Wednesday nights 8-10pm. For a relaxed evening of bible study, lively discussion and prayer. Please contact Rosie Taylor-Davies (020 8785 9257) or Iain Cox (020 8789 8690).

Newcomers are constantly moving in and we try to get to know them as quickly as possible and make them feel at home among friends.

If you are new to the parish and would like to be contacted, please write you name, address, postcode and telephone number down on a piece of paper and pass to a church warden / sidesperson / member of the clergy (check out the Who's Who page for assistance!). Please also include the names and date of birth of any children you have under the age of 18 years old. We look forward to meeting you!


We rely heavily on the generosity of the congregation for the financial support for the church. If you would like to donate, please use one of the following forms and return to Richard Holman c/o the Parish Office:

All Saints' Church, Putney
St Mary's Church, Putney
  New Brewer Building   
  We have a dedicated web page for the new building at St Mary's, where you can find out what is going on and whether it will affect you, as well as to whom you should make the cheque payable for £175,000 that we need to raise. For more information. Giles is hosting a number of informal suppers at the Vicarage to provide more information. If you have not yet received your invite to attend, please speak to him for more information. 

If you notice any data that is missing or incorrect, or any broken links, please send an email to Fiona Carpenter on the web team. Thank you.