St. Mary's Convent and Nursing Home in Chiswick has been looking after the most vulnerable members of society, the aged and infirm, since 1910.
Actively supported by Florence Nightingale in its early years, the convent and hospital were built around 1896 to give residents respite from the soot and dust of the inner city. St. Mary's is today a thriving care community, with 60 people aged between 65 and 102 living in private en-suite rooms, cared for by a small group of Sisters and over 100 staff.
St. Mary's is also a Convent of The Society of St. Margaret, an Anglican order of Sisters, called to glorify God and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ through our worship and work, prayer and common life.
We constantly strive for excellence in maintaining the charm of living in a listed building and conservation area. As a non-profit institution, we also look for opportunities to enhance what the Convent can offer to residents. We welcome your kind support in our endeavours by making a donation to St. Mary's Convent and Nursing Home.
Do come and visit us in person.
As we are taking the opportunity to develop additional facilities to enhance what the Convent can offer to future residents, you can make a donation to St. Mary's Convent & Nursing Home.