We will be celebrating going back into the Nave for Sunday worship with a mass for the anniversary of the consecration of the church, at 11am on Sunday the 21st October. There will be a party after the service.
From Sunday the 21st all services will return to the Nave and Chancel.
Looking from Little Venice or coming from Royal Oak, the red and white spire of St Mary Magdalene is a landmark in this part of Paddington, London W2. Its surrounding streets have long been demolished and it is difficult to imagine that this tall building was actually squeezed into a narrow site. Its present access can be found in Rowington Close next-door to the St Mary Magdalene CE Primary School, and the church now serves the Warwick and Brindley Estates.
Widely recognised as George Edmund Street’s masterpiece in London, St Mary Magdalene is not only a beautiful Church of England parish church, it is the place of worship of a friendly community. We aim to provide a warm welcome to all our visitors: whether you are local to us or visiting the area, we look forward to seeing you. Wherever you are from, we hope you find something of interest on this site, feel free to look at our News section for past and present information about our church and community.