Mark Your Calendar

ST. MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH SPONSORS A DISTINGUISHED SEAKERS PROGRAM - Join us at the Nixon Presidential Library and Birthplace on Thursday October 25th, at 6pm to hear Dr. Micheal Horton, Dr. David Corbin & Dr. Adam Francisco, each discussing "The Influence of Religion on Government in Early America" from their respective areas of expertise. Click this link for tickets.

HUGE BOUTIQUE AND CRAFT SALE! OLD TOWN ORANGE - On Saturday October 6th from 9am-2pm. Halloween and Christmas items. Jewelry galore! New2You Clothes. Handmade items crafts in fabric and yarn. Quality Quilters fabric - $3.00 a bag. Yarn - $1.00 a skein. Garden Goodies. Fresh Baked Goods. Cash only...all here at St. Mary Magdalene Church. 205 S. Glassell St. 

BROWN BAG LECTURE SERIES - On Sunday September 23rd, at 11:30am in the Parish Hall, we will have our third lecture on Liturgical Worship, its Source and its Meaning. If you want to eat a pre-made brown bag lunch, please sign up in the narthex and bring $5.00 on Sunday. Feel free to bring your own lunch otherwise. Lecture is free. 

BIBLE STUDY - We are currently studying St. Paul's first letter to the Corinthian Church. We meet in the Parish Hall every Wednesday at 10:00am, following 9:00am mass and healing service.   

Recurring Events

MEN'S DEVOTIONAL  (9:15am - 9:30am)  On the 1st Sunday of the month, the men meet in the Church to study a short passage of Scripture. Morning Prayer Office in the Church at 9:30-9:50. 

WOMEN'S DEVOTIONAL GROUP (9:15am - 9:50am)  On the 1st Sunday of the month, the women discuss biblical concepts and relate them to current day issues. Women's Devotional meets in the Conference Room. 

WOMEN'S GUILD (11:15am - 12:20pm)  On the 2nd Sunday of the month, the Guild meets in the Parish Hall to make plans for upcoming Service and Outreach projects. These projects impact both the local community and the global Church.

CRAFT GUILD (11:15am - 12:20pm)   On the 3rd Sunday of the month, all levels of crafters, designers or knitters come together in the Parish Hall to create outreach based service products or to participate in demonstrations given by parish members who have a specific talent to share.