About Us

St Mary Magdalene is a Church of England parish in the Diocese of Southwark.
We are a lively, inclusive church eager to give a warm welcome to everyone. 

Who's Who

Our friendly and dedicated leadership team can be contacted via email.
Here you can put a face to the name...
Vicar
VicarRev. Philippa Boardman MBE
020 8672 2206
Hon Priest
Hon PriestRev. Dr.Nadim Nassar
Curate
CurateShavaun Shodeinde
Reader
ReaderRichard Sweet

Churchwarden

Churchwarden

Director of music

Safeguarding

Lynn Tilling & Richenda Tonge safeguarding@smmwandsworth.org.uk

Parish administrator

Church Development

Church Vision

Every Church of England parish is encouraged to produce a Mission Action Plan (MAP) through prayer, discussion and consultation with church members and the wider community.
The MAP is a working document setting out our priorities for what we believe God is calling us to do in the church and our neighbourhood.
We’re right in the middle of renewing our MAP at the moment. 

Please click on the link to see the achievements of our current MAP and other exciting developments in our church life in recent years

Watch this space.

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Annual Report

As a registered charity, St Mary Magdalene produces an Annual Report and Financial Statements each year. Please click here for our latest Annual Report and Financial Statements.

Policies

It is the responsibility of the Parochial Church Council (PCC) as Charity Trustees to oversee the careful governance of St Mary Magdalene, Wandsworth Common. 

Please click on the links below for the relevant documents:

The History of our Church

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St Mary Magdalene began as a tin hut on Trinity Road and has been developed and extended over the years to become the much loved building it is today. Please click the link here for a history of the church.

World War 1 Memorial

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The World War 1 memorial screen is a carefully preserved item of Wandsworth Common heritage – please click here for a short biography of every man named on this magnificent screen who gave his life    in this terrible conflict.

Electoral Roll

Your view counts!  If you live in the parish, or have worshipped here for six or more months and are over 16, you are eligible to be on our electoral roll. This entitles you to vote in our Annual Parish meeting, to choose new Parish Council Members and various other matters. 

Fill in an Electoral Roll form and hand it to Electoral Roll officers or Churchwardens. You can choose the amount of information you would like to receive from our various mailing lists.

If you are already on our records, but your contact details have changed, please let us know.

Download Electoral Roll Application Form