St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church
A community of real people, rooted in the common journey of following Jesus’ way of love,
seeking to live out a relevant faith that meaningfully connects with our lives, and the lives of others.
Notice of change in the order of our worship service
To improve the flow of our services, greetings and announcements will be made at the beginning of each service, rather than between the Peace and the beginning of the Eucharist. Some feel announcements just prior to the Eucharist tend to interrupt or impede the solemnity we should observe as we begin the sacraments.
Please contact Father David at email@example.com if you have questions or comments.
Gift cards to Johnson Farms for the
YOUTH ANNUAL FLOWER & PLANT SALE
are now available!
Beautify your home for a good cause! Stop by and see us in the narthex. Take some gift cards to sell to family, friends, coworkers, and neighbors. Ask them to beautify their yard for a good cause!
Gift cards can also be donated to SMM for the Community Garden, Remembrance Garden, or Landscaping Committee. $10 and $25 cards are available, and they can be used all year long.
Johnson Farms, our neighbor (177th and Holmes Rd.) have a variety of family friendly activities during the year. They have U-pick vegetable patch, farm raised mums, pumpkin patch, farm animals. Visit johnsonfarms.net for more information.
The proceeds from our gift card sale will benefit our Mary Mag youth in their various activities, ministries, and mission support.
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Contact Anet Stevens (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information, or see her at the plant sale table in the narthex on Sunday mornings after church.
One encyclopedia’s definition of Pastoral Care is: “Pastoral care is a term applied where Christians offer help and caring to others in their church or wider community. Pastoral care can be listening, supporting, encouraging and befriending.”
Too often we think of pastoral care as just visiting the home bound or the ill and infirm. We regularly visit folks in nursing facilities, in hospitals or in their homes. We sometimes fail to realize that everyone is in need of pastoral care at one time or another. As loving and caring Christians, we should all keep our “antennae” out to sense the need for pastoral care in others.
We encourage and invite you to notify the church office when you or a member of your family is hospitalized, rehabbing at home or in a facility, or just in need of some pastoral conversation.
Please contact the church office by email at email@example.com, the rector at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 816-331-2222.