ST MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH

St Mary Magdalene’s is a working church, with daily worship taking place.

WORSHIP:

Sunday Mass is at 9.30am, and Evening Prayer is normally said at 5.30pm Monday–Friday. There is also Mass at 8.30am on Wednesday.

Further information about the church can be found at their website: https://st-mary-magdalene.co.uk/
Or by contacting Fr Henry Everett on: frhenry@yahoo.co.uk

EASTER SERVICES

Guildhall Alumni Choir and Friends have recorded a special series of music for St Mary Magdalene’s Church for Holy Week, which you can watch here.

St Peter’s will re-open on Easter Day Please do join us at St Peter’s at 11am on Easter Day. It would be great to have a really good turnout to celebrate the resurrection of Our Lord.

Holy Week Services

Next Sunday, 28th March, is Palm Sunday, the start of Holy Week. Services are as follows:

Palm Sunday: Blessing of Palms, Procession and Solemn Mass 9.30 at St Mary Mags.

Holy Monday:  Mass 12 noon SMM Stations of the Cross 7pm SMM

Holy Tuesday: Mass 12 noon SMM

Holy Wednesday: Mass 12 noon SMM

Maundy Thursday: Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper 8pm SMM

Good Friday: Solemn Liturgy of the Day 2pm SMM

Holy Saturday: Solemn Vigil and First Mass of Easter 8pm SMM

Easter Day: Mass 9.30 at St Mary Mags, 11am at St Peter’s.

Mass is still public and is at the times specified above this week. Evening Prayer is public and is at 5.30pm every day this week.

EXPLORE THE CHURCH

Discover more about the history and heritage.

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VISITING:

If you are interested in visiting the church, please email or ring ahead to check that we are open for visits before you come.

Email info@grandjunction.org.uk
or call  020 7266 8258.

WORSHIP:

St Mary Magdalene’s is a working church, with daily worship taking place. Sunday Mass is at 9.30am, and Evening Prayer is normally said at 5.30pm Monday–Friday. There is also Mass at 8.30am on Wednesday.

For full details contact Fr Henry Everett on:
frhenry@yahoo.co.uk

“It is most necessary to avoid rusticity in any way, whether in material, design, or execution.”

George Edmund Street