Welcome to St Mary Magdalene, Enfield
Saint Mary Magdalene Church, Enfield, is a Church of England, Anglican Church serving the area from Enfield Chase to Chase Farm Hospital.
Find a warm welcome in the parish of Enfield Chase. Standing floodlit at the top of Windmill Hill, Enfield, St Mary Magdalene offers prayer and care at the heart of our community and has been a source of spiritual inspiration for worshipers and others in the local community for more than 125 years.
Our address is: Windmill Hill, Enfield, Middlesex, EN2 7AJ. Please click for a map.
Regular Weekly Events
|Sunday||8:00 am||Holy Communion|
|10:00 am||Eucharist (Second Sunday in month Family Service)|
|6:30 pm||Evensong (or other ‘special’ service)|
|Please see the Google calendar for any further information regarding Sunday Services|
|Monday||10:00 am||Mattins (BCP)|
|6:00 pm||Home group|
|Tuesday||7:45-9:00 pm||Bell Ringing Practice|
|Wednesday||8:30 pm||Drama Group|
|Thursday||10:30 am||Holy Communion (BCP)|
|7:30 pm||Choir Practice|
There are no Sunday evening, Monday morning or Thursday morning services during August. Choir practice breaks for August too.
At St Mary Magdalene Church Enfield we place a high priority on safeguarding the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being of all our children, young people and vulnerable adults.
For further information please click here.
A holiday to Austria and Oberammergau
5-12 August 2020
Led by The Revd Dr Gordon Giles
Seven nights at the Inntalerhof hotel in Mosern and a night in Oberammergau receiving a first class ticket for a performance of the Passion Play.
Read our Vicar's Blog
A monthly piece from the Vicar, also published in the parish magazine.
You are warmly invited to join us at any of our services or group meetings.
Did you enjoy this Sunday morning's Anthem sung by the choir?
we have a list of anthems sung or to be sung here.
Notes for Notes
In this final push for the organ restoration, we are inviting individuals, families, or groups to sponsor a note or two… or three, or even a chord (four notes!). Find out more by clicking on the button below.
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Today more than a quarter of all marriages in England between a man and a woman take place in the traditional setting of a Church of England church. You're welcome to marry in church whatever your beliefs, whether or not you are baptised and whether or not you go to church.
Looking to baptise your child?
Parishioners and regular worshippers are welcome welcome to have their children 'christened' in St Mary Magdalene. During the christening service your child will be baptized and with the support of the church, you and godparents, your child begins an amazing journey of faith.
Marking the end of a person's life here on earth.
A funeral marks the close of a human life on earth. It is the opportunity for friends and family to express their grief, to give thanks for the life which has now completed its journey in this world.
Daily devotionals come from three sources that you can choose from (or use all!), whether travelling to work, sitting and relaxing during a well deserved break, or making one of them a part of your daily 'quiet time' with God.
Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer and Night Prayer (or Compline) come from the Church of England's Common Worship which provides prayers and readings for different times during the day.
The daily readings are taken from The Revised Common Lectionary which divides the Bible into a three-year cycle of readings, years A, B and C.
Pray As You Go is a Jesuit based, audio resource that can be listened to anywhere.
Please click this link to be taken to today's Morning Prayer readings and prayers from the Church of England's Common Worship.
Please click this link to be taken to today's Evening Prayer readings and prayers from the Church of England's Common Worship.
Please click this link to be taken to today's Night Prayer readings and prayers from the Church of England's Common Worship.
The daily readings are taken from The Revised Common Lectionary which divides the Bible into a three-year cycle of readings, years A, B and C. These readings complement the Sunday and festival readings: Thursday through Saturday readings help prepare the reader for the Sunday ahead; Monday through Wednesday readings help the reader reflect on and digest what they heard in worship.
The Church year begins in Advent. This church year, 2018-2019, is year C.
Donate to St Mary Magdalene
St Mary Magdalene receives no funding from external sources, all monies required for the day to day running costs, maintaining and keeping our church looking its best are raised through our weekly giving by stewardship and fund-raising activities. If you would like to donate to our work as a one off donation of £3.00, £5.00 or £10.00 by credit card please click one of the buttons to make your donation.
Regular Giving: If you wish to contribute to our work on a regular basis please click the Regular Giving button to receive more information.
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