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Welcome to the Website for the Parish and Pilgrimage Church of St Magnus the Martyr in the City of London. Our church is built where all people crossing the old London Bridge used to enter the City, and standing on the cross roads, it has seen many important events in its 1000 year history. The object for which the church was originally built has not changed; now as then, prayers are offered daily to God, and He is worshipped in the beauty of holiness, within the Anglo Catholic tradition. Now as then, people who work in the City, or who come from further afield set aside their daily concerns and spend a time of peace and prayer, asking for and receiving God's peace in their hearts. We welcome visitors from around the world, who come to marvel at the beautiful interior and to see our world-famous 4 metre long model of the old London Bridge, or listen to our celebrated new ring of bells.

Please take some time to explore this website, to enjoy the virtual tour and relish the history of this place. Better still, if you are in London, do visit us. If you would like to receive instruction in the Christian faith, would like to talk about any concerns in confidence, or have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

CARDINAL RECTOR:    Reverend Father Philip Warner    

TIMES OF SERVICES:    PLEASE READ IMPORTANT INFORMATION BELOW

Sunday at 10.30 am:   Fraternity of Our Lady de Salve Regina – Office

Sunday at 11.00 am:         Solemn High Mass

Tuesday at 11.00 pm:        Low Mass 

Wednesday at 12.30 pm:   Low Mass

Thursday at 11.00 pm:      Low Mass

Friday at 12.30 pm:           Low Mass

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!!! PRESS RELEASE III

St Magnus is one of the 15 churches across the Diocese of London to receive financial boost from the Government thanks to the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, to help us through the coronavirus pandemic and preserve our heritage for future generations. 

We will utilise the £230,000 grant towards Covid-proofing measures, as well as a Living History project and the digitisation of our heritage.

Click here for further information.

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COVID-19 ADJUSTMENTS TO SERVICE AND OPENING TIMES:

CHURCH OPENING TIMES: Sundays 10.00am - 1.00pm (Solemn Mass at 11.00am)

Tuesday and Thursday 10.00am - 3.00pm (Low Mass at 11.00am)

Wednesday and Friday 10.00am  - 3.00pm (Low Mass at 12.30pm)

Solemn Mass on Sundays at 11.00 remains the same. 

To avoid disappointment, please  contact us in advance if you are travelling some considerable distance.

CONFESSION: subject to lifting of restrictions

CHOIR - CD's - visit here for details on how to purchase.

'LONDON UNDONE' Please click on this link and then on the picture of St Magnus for the podcast recorded on Sunday January 13th, the Baptism of Christ and the Blessing of the River Thames.

ST MAGNUS FACEBOOK PAGE visit here

FRATERNITY of OUR LADY de SALVE REGINA - Membership & other information, visit here

SECRET LONDON - Mark Monoe click here

ANGLICAN VOCATIONS INITIATIVE - visit here

WEBSITE: The See of Fulham, visit here

GDPR PRIVACY NOTICE - visit here

PLEASE SUPPORT US: A link at the top of this page where a donation can be made. Please note that when giving in this way, receipts are free of charge, only when funded by the sender's Paypal balance, bank account or debit card. If you use a credit card to donate, a Paypal fee of 3.4% + 20p applies.

WILLIAM PETTER (late) Website linkhttp://www.williampetter.org/

HOW TO FIND US - visit here for Streetmap location.

TRIP ADVISOR: Visitor Comments - visit here 

ST MAGNUS IS A REGISTERED CHARITY REF. 1130590