On the St Helier estate, this is a suburban church of 1937 by W.C. Mangan.
The ancient parish church of Merton, in a large churchyard in the old village. The exterior was refaced and new aisles (north Benjamin Ferrey 1856, south F. Digweed 1856). The core of the building is a norman nave and 13th century chancel. The arch into the vicarage is of c.1175 and came from Merton Priory.
Two churches at right angles to each other. The older one was built in 1934 and became a hall when the newer one facing the street was built in 1956-57. Both are by T.F. Ford. Access was only possible to a day chapel in the link between the two.
A church of 1962 by F.G. Broadbent. The stained glass Stations of the Cross are by Patrick Reytiens.
Hidden away in suburban streets, this is a church of 1957 by F. Sutton-Smith.
This church would be in North Cheam in the London Borough of Sutton if it was over the road. It is of 1962 and designed by K.C. White. The western balcony was added when the west end was divided off to form a meeting area/entrance. The hall next door was originally used as the church.
Morden parish church has an unusual building date of 1636, it is suggested that it may be a brick refacing of an older structure.
Serving the northern part of the huge St Helier estate. This church was built in 1932 and designed by T.N. Ashford, originally as a hall to a wooden church next door. These are now linked by a more recent building.
Near South Wimbledon Station. On a cramped site, a church by C.H. Gage of 1914.
Just down the road from Holy Trinity, a large Byzantine building of 1905 by F. A. Walters.