ST MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH
A place of Christian worship for over 1000 years!
The main church service at St Mary Magdalene Church: is on Sunday morning at 10.00am every Sunday.
The Congregation: is very mixed in terms of gender, age, and ethnicity. Everyone is welcome to attend. Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult. About a third of our congregation are children.
Each month the services are as follows:
First Sunday ~ Family Communion (A special order of service)
Second Sunday ~ Holy Communion (Common Worship -
Third Sunday ~ Holy Communion (Common Worship -
Fourth Sunday ~ Holy Communion (Common Worship -
Fifth Sunday ~ Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
Communion: In our church, everyone who is baptised and confirmed is welcome to receive communion at the altar rail. Those who are not yet confirmed and all children may receive a blessing at the alter rail. If you are not able to able to come to the altar to receive communion, the servers can bring it to you. For those not able to attend church at all, due to disabilities, please contact the Rector to receive home communion. Communion is taken in a Covid-
Sunday School: Our Sunday School is very well led by qualified leaders, and takes place during the 10.00am service. All 4 to 11 years olds may attend. The children attend the first part of the service, then go into Sunday School, then return for the final part of the service. (The Sunday School has been closed during the pandemic and will restart in 2022).
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