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If you would like to request a Mass for the Holy Souls please scan the QR code or follow this link. Thank you.
With the most vulnerable often unable to leave their homes still, please register with the Parish to let us know your details, including whether you have skills to help or may be in need of help yourself. To register you enter a password after clicking on the pencil icon.
If you haven't received a password from Fr Adrian please email the Parish Office.
The password is usually given at Mass but whilst in isolation please use the email address on the contact page.
Baptisms at St Mary Magdalen
If you are a parishioner at our Church, you can make an appointment to see Fr Adrian to have your baby, child or yourself baptised. The easiest way to arrange this is to speak with Fr Adrian after Mass on Sunday. You will need to print and fill in the form below before your meeting.
Gift Aid Declaration
Should you want to make a donation to St Mary Magdalen Church, as a one off donation or standing order, you can Gift Aid your donation by downloading and completing the form below, then returning it to us with your donation. Alternatively, the form below can be used to set up a Standing Order from your bank and also provides the opportunity of a Gift Aid declaration.
Donating via Standing Order
If you would like to donate to St Mary Magdalen via standing order, please download the new Mortlake Donation form. This form can be used to notify us of a Standing Order you have set up yourself or can be returned to us so that we send it off to your bank for you.
Either way, if you are a UK tax payer, you can GIFT AID your standing order donation by filing in the Gift Aid form declaration contained in the Donation Form and returning it to the Parish Office, this way you won't need to complete two separate forms.
St Mary Magdalen Primary School
A Letter introducing our Parish Priest, Fr. McKenna.
Please click the PDF link to download and read the letter from Fr Adrian.
St Mary Magdalen has over 160 years of records including burial, baptismal and marital. Most of it has now been digitised and information can be found via
Our thanks for Dr Andy Scott for making this available to everyone.