Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are unable to host our monthly homeless meals at present for the safety of our guests and everyone involved. At this time you might want to consider supporting West London Mission who work to serve and empower the homeless in our area. You can find out more about the wonderful work they do and donate here

Demonstrate is a volunteering network linking you to organisations and social action projects to get involved with.
We’ll connect you up and after that you take it from there to work out what works best for you!

What can you get involved with?

Homeless Meal

St Mary’s hosts a monthly meal for rough sleepers and others from vulnerable housing situations. We provide a safe and friendly environment to share conversation and build meaningful relationships.

You could help set up, prepare and serve food, and spend time chatting to our guests.


Each year in April there is a trip to Kiwoko, Uganda.

The team visit Kiwoko hospital and team up with their mission team visiting schools and orphanages and running a Third Person conference – teaching about ministry in the power of the Spirit and praying for healing.

If you are interested in finding out more please get in touch with Kirstine.

Trafficking Safe House

Organisations throughout London give life-changing support for women who have escaped the trauma of trafficking.

Bakhita House provides a home, safety and advice allowing them to begin the recovery process.

If you’d like to find out more or are interested in volunteering, click below.

Reading at St Mary's School

You could assist children with their reading for a couple hours each week at St Mary’s Bryanston Square Primary School. Sitting down one to one with a child and hearing them read can make a significant difference to their overall learning.

To find out more about St Mary’s Primary School, have a look at their website.

If you’d like to find out more or are interested in volunteering, click below.

Doorstep Library

Visiting families every week, Doorstep Library volunteers turn up on the doorstep with rucksacks full of stories. Operating in some of the most disadvantaged areas of London, volunteers share their love of reading with children under the age of 11, with the belief that words have the power to take children places, not just in their imagination but in their lives.

Doorstep currently work in 3 London boroughs – Hammersmith & Fulham, Lambeth and Westminster including a project close to St Mary’s on the Lisson Grove estate