We are a church that cares about the whole person; spiritually, emotionally, physically and socially.
We want to support you in your journey towards growth, healing and freedom.
London is a fantastic city, but it can be isolating. Experience has taught us that the ups and downs of life are greatly helped by being part of a meaningful community where we are loved, supported and known.
For this reason, we see small groups as the foundation of the pastoral life at St Mary’s. Once you’ve done the Life Course, please consider joining a Small Group.
We want to do our bit to help remove the stigma of loneliness, financial pressure and issues of mental health. While we won’t always get it right, we hope that what you find on this page will go some way to helping you feel cared for and supported when going through the struggles many of us face. 

Small Groups

Small Groups are made up of 8-15 people who meet regularly in homes around the city. These are one of the best ways to build meaningful connections with others in the church.  Click here to find small groups near to your home or workplace.

Pastoral Prayer

The staff team pray for a number of people in the church each week and anyone else who needs prayer. You can sign up to our pastoral database below if you would like us to pray for you.  You can also let us know if you would like specific prayer through our email. 


Sometimes issues arise that require high quality, in-depth and confidential therapeutic services. We can recommend professionally qualified Christian counsellors to help with a broad range of issues and help you move forward where you feel stuck. Click here to find out more.

Listening Service

A one-off, hour-long session to talk through a particular issue or circumstance and receive prayer in a safe space. The Listening Service team are all mature Christians and experienced members of the Ministry Team.  Click here to arrange a session.

Fellowship Fund

This fund is for people in our church who, often in an emergency, find themselves in financial difficulty. Two trustees anonymously review applications.
You can apply to the Fellowship Fund by emailing Sally here.

The Freedom Course

The Freedom Course aims to help people break free from unhelpful thought patterns, understand their upbringing and how it may now impact their lives, and to experience and receive forgiveness.


National Domestic Violence Helpline

For female victims of domestic abuse.
0808 2000 247
(24/7, Free)

Men's Advice Line

For male victims of domestic abuse.
0808 8010 327
(Monday to Friday, 9am to 8pm, Free)
Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline

Listening service for LGBT+ people
0300 330 0630
(Monday to Sunday, 10am - 10pm)

Victim Support

Support for those affected by crime
0808 168 9111
(24/7, Free)


For better mental health
0300 123 3393
(Monday to Friday, 9am - 6pm)

Helping adults protect children
0808 800 5000

For anyone in emotional distress, or at risk of suicide
116 123
(24/7, Free)