Groups meet throughout the Anglican Churches in Merton. In every church each week people meet to pray, to meditate and to worship in a variety of ways and through different Christian spiritual practices. These groups are open to everyone and at each church you will find a friendly and encouraging welcome.
Prayer and Meditation
First Thursday of each month at
Zoom live-streaming is available.
St Matthew’s Church
London SW20 0DE
Soulscape has one aim: to enable you to connect with God. Through meditative music, silence, and simple prayers.
Further details from Rev’d Nils Bersweden email:
The Meditation Group meets at 7.00pm each Wednesday evening.
We follow the methods of the World Community of Christian Meditation (WCCM) founded by John Mann.
Each session starts with a short teaching about meditation, a centring exercise and 20 minutes of silent meditation.
London SW19 2NY
Everyone is welcome, whether you have experience of meditation or not. The sessions last for 30-40 minutes.
Cell Group of the Society of Our Lady of Walsingham has a
bi-monthly Mass on a Saturday at 12 noon. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for dates of forthcoming services.
This group also organises an annual pilgrimage to Walsingham.
All Saints Church
The dedicated page is on the parish website at
A small Rosary Group meets on the first Sunday of the month at 6.00pm to pray the Rosary.
A Julian Meeting is a group of three or more people who meet regularly for silent Christian contemplative prayer.
There are two Julian Meetings in our Deanery.
One at 7.00pm on the second Wednesday of each month at
Mitcham Parish Church (St Peter & St Paul CR4 4LD).
The other is the St Mary’s Julian Silent Prayer Group which is a well established group that meets on the first Thursday of each month between 11.30 – 12.30 pm.
Anyone wishing to join either St Mary’s Julian Silent Prayer Group or The Julian Café should contact Charlotte Ennis, email: email@example.com. All are warmly welcome.
Our aim is simply to deepen our spiritual understanding and help to give us courage to live with a wider breadth of that experience.
The Julian Cafe brings people together for a fortnightly meeting that takes place online on a Tuesday morning between 10 am – 11 am.
Each session brings together a mix of contemplative prayer and a faith-based theme taken from the Bible or an extract from Mthr Julian herself. The group is encouraged to choose the subject matter of the theme that leads the conversation in ways that are reflected in our everyday lives.
Why not come and join the conversation?
Finding the peace that we seek…
Merton Spiritual Formation
Should you have any questions or perhaps you might like to get involved with the activities of the Merton Formation and Spirituality Group, please
complete the contact form addressed to the Merton Spiritual Formation Group Leader:
Rev’d Alison Judge
Priest in Charge
We aim to respond as soon is possible.