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All Saints Church, Fulham


All Saints Church, Fulham

All Saints Church, Fulham
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Affirming catholic
Website Parish All Saints Fulham
Deanery Hammersmith and Fulham
Archdeaconry Middlesex
Diocese London
Province Canterbury
Vicar(s) Revd Joseph Hawes
Vicar of Fulham
Revd Penny Seabrook
Associate Vicar
Revd Eileen McGregor
Honorary priest(s) Archbishop Walter Makhulu
Canon David Tann
Director of music Jonathan Wikeley
Organist(s) Emma Howarth
Churchwarden(s) Ruth Bray
Harry Gostelow

All Saints Church, Fulham, is an Anglican Church in Fulham, London, sited close to the river Thames, beside the northern approach to Putney Bridge.


There has been a church on the same site for over 900 years. The current building is situated in Bishop’s Park overlooking the river Thames.

The church has a long association with the Bishops of London as Lords of the Manor. Fulham Palace, the former residence of the Bishops of London is nearby.

Apart from the tower, construction of which began in 1440, the existing church building dates from the late Victorian period, having been rebuilt in 1880–1 by Sir Arthur Blomfield, using squared rubblestone, ashlar dressings and perpendicular style windows.[1]

Putney Bridge is unique in that it is the only bridge in Britain to have a church at both ends: the ancient St. Mary's Church, Putney, is located in Putney on the south bank, and All Saints Church, Fulham, is on the north bank.

The church was featured in the film The Omen, in a scene which begins in Bishop's Park, and ends with a bizarre accident where a priest is impaled by a lightning conductor on the top of the tower that is dislodged when it is hit by lightning.

Notable burials


Anglicanism portal

External links

  • Official website
  • British history online, Fulham

Coordinates: 51°28′07″N 0°12′42″W / 51.4686°N 0.2117°W / 51.4686; -0.2117

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