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South Wimbledon: All Saints

Merton Deanery

External photo

Address

All Saints Road
South Wimbledon
London
SW19 1BU

Location map

Parish website

 

Parish Contacts

The Revd Christopher Noke 
Priest-in-Charge

Cedar Lodge
Church Road, 
Ham
Richmond
Surrey TW10 5HG

Tel: 020 7955 7317
E-mail: c.noke@LSE.ac.uk

Sunday Services

11am Solemn Mass
(with crèche available)
6.30pm Choral Evensong
(usually 3rd Sunday)

Facilities: crèche

Details of all Sunday and weekday services and activities may be obtained from the parish contacts

Information

Tradition: Traditional Catholic 

Patron: Bishop of Southwark

Population (2001 census): 3,138

Urban Priority Area: No

Deanery: Merton

Archdeaconry: Lambeth

Episcopal Area: Kingston

Diocesan Record Office: Surrey History Centre

Details of Church

Internal photoBuilt: 1891 - 93
Architect: J T Micklethwaite & Somers Clarke
Listing: grade 2

The church consists of a chancel with a sanctuary at the east end and the nave to the west. Nave and chancel are divided by a quire screen surmounted by a rood. There is a baptistery area at the west end of the nave. The chancel and nave are flanked by a chapel and the north aisle. A large porch at the west end of the latter forms the public access to the church building from All Saints Road.

A south aisle was proposed but never built. The south arcade was constructed but blinded by a temporary brick wall outside and adjoining it. There is sacristy and vestry accommodation to the south of the chancel and nave, with a small modern hall attached. This general space contains the organ.

Externally, the church building has two pitched roofs divided by a valley gutter. The west gable of the nave is surmounted by a stone bell-cot.

The church is built of brick, the facings being of a red brick while the south elevation consists of London stock bricks. The windows and other features, e.g. doorway to the porch, are of stone. The roofs are covered with red tiles, except for the small areas of flat roof at the south east corner.

Internally, the arcades and window tracery are of stone while the walls are plastered and painted. The ceilings are of barrel vault design. The quire and parclose screens are of very dark oak.:

The east and south windows of the chancel and the east window of the north chapel, have been filled with stained glass, designed by Kempe.