The Lord is GOOD! All the Time! All The Time, The Lord is GOOD!


St. Elphege’s Catholic Church Wallington is a parish with a long tradition of multi-cultural diversity situated in a truly cosmopolitan heart of Wallington in the London Borough of Sutton. We are a friendly parish and our doors are always opened to warmly welcome all peoples of all faiths to encounter Christ in our unique ways. Our diversity has richly endowed our parish with enormous potential for growth in pastoral, liturgical, religious, spiritual and social life. This website offers more information about our parish covering the History of the Parish, Sacraments, Mass Times, Gallery of Photos, Groups, and Links to reach out to other relevant sources. We hope this serves as a perfect introduction to you as you seek to know about us. We are blessed with a Federation of Catholic Schools, St. Elphege’s R/C and Regina Coeli for Infants and Juniors.

Sunday Mass Times
  • 9:00 am
  • 10:30 am (Family Mass)
  • 12:00 pm
  • 5:30 pm (Temporarily Suspended)
Weekday Mass Times Monday - Friday
  • 8:30 am
  • 10:00 am
  • Adoration on Wednesday (10:00 am- 7pm)
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament/Adoration
  • Adoration on Wednesday (10:00 am- 7pm)
  • E.O.T.B.S on Fridays (10:30 am - 12 noon )
Saturday Mass Times / Reconciliation
  • Mass Times
  • 10:00 am
  • 6:00 pm (Virgil Mass)
  • Reconciliation
  • 10:30 am - 11:15 am
  • 5:15 pm- 5:50 pm


We are extremely delighted for your visit to our parish. Your presence is an indication that God has brought you here to make it your spiritual home. Together we shall live and grow in faith bound by the love Christ as directed by the Holy Spirit. Called to be witnesses to the gospel, we shall be fed to feed the rest of the world by sharing the “Joy of the Gospel”. As God’s family, we are a source of blessing to one another supporting and caring for one another as our Lord Jesus Christ directed: “Love your neighbour as I have loved you” (John 15:12). You are welcome to register in our parish. Please click the button below for the Registration Form (each individual member of a household is required to register). If you face any difficulties, please visit the office for assistance.

Our facebook page

We are pleased to invite you to visit our St. Elphege’s Facebook page, where you can watch live broadcasts of our Masses. Additionally, our page is regularly updated with the latest news and information on upcoming events. Stay connected with our community and be the first to know about important announcements and activities. Join us online to experience and participate in the spiritual life of St. Elphege’s from the comfort of your home.


All members of the Parish community, especially children and young people, are entitled to participate in the Parish activities. It is the responsibility of everyone to ensure that while they do so, they are treated with care and respect and they are kept safe from every kind of abuse and harm.

We have a large number of older people who receive Holy Communion in their own homes or sheltered housing.  The Catholic Church takes very seriously this responsibility through the National Catholic Safeguarding Commission.  The Diocese has its own  Southwark Safeguarding Commission, and the parish has a Parish Safeguarding Committee.  It is the responsibility of these to implement good practice and policy and to ensure that:

  • Procedures are in place to ascertain the suitability of those who volunteer to offer themselves for any ministry in the church involving children, young people or vulnerable adults.

  • Adequate training in matters relating to the procedures, protection, vulnerability and safety are made available.

  • Guidelines on what to do in cases where allegations or disclosures of vulnerability or abuse have been made.

  • Information is provided for children, young people and vulnerable adults of whom can be contacted if there are concerns.

All parish members are expected to provide an atmosphere in which children, young people and vulnerable adults feel welcomed, affirmed and safe.  They must also be aware of and accept the responsibility we all share for the safety and welfare of children, young people and vulnerable older people.