Advent Carols December started with our candlelit Advent Carols Service to begin the new Church year, here are some of our church members lighting the candles before this service. Lunchtime Concert On Wednesday 12 December, at out Lunchtime Concert we were treated to a selection of Carols from the Cambridge Carol Book Still to come… Plus our Crib and Christingle … Read More
Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Armistice we are holding a special exhibition at St Mary Magdalene. We have a window in the church dedicated to those from our parish who lost their lives during the Great War. Although their names are not listed our archivist, Joy Heywood, has completed some extensive research to discover more about their lives. Join … Read More
On the evening of Saturday 8 September we were treated to an evening of Poetry and Prosecco (with nibbles). David Nash joined us – accompanied by members of the St Mary Magdalene Drama Group – who entertained us with a selection of poems on a variety of topics from well known and not so well known authors. We were joined … Read More
Universal Credit is the biggest change in the welfare system for generations. Over the next 3 years, it will affect about 600,000 people in the Diocese of London, both working and out of work. Is anyone in your parish… if so, you’ll need to know about UC Capital Mass are offering an interactive and practical training session about Universal Credit … Read More
Old School Assembly play a selection of Jazz for us in a very special event. If you missed their gig with us during the last Sponsored Event lunchtime, don’t miss out this time, it promises to be a great evening! Wine and canapes served at your table! Formed from a group of friends looking to develop their musical skills, Old … Read More
Not to be missed! Following on from Evening Prayer, professional ‘Cellist, Nigel Blomiley will be joining us on Sunday 11th March at 7:15pm and will be performing the first part of JS Bach’s Six ‘Cello Suites in St Mary Magdalene church. The Rev’d Dr Gordon Giles will also be providing comment on the life and faith of JS Bach. The … Read More
Science and religion are like two pillars supporting our everyday understanding of life, but how do they relate to each other? The study day, designed by The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion at St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, explores this question with the help of renowned scientists and academics, appearing on video, including Dr John Polkinghorne KBE FRS theoretical physicist, … Read More
Some Christmas highlights Carol Singing in Enfield Town Market Square, raising money for this year’s charity – Crisis. The Fellowship Christmas Lunch at The Enfield Golf Club Look who made it through the snow for today’s Toy Service ~ The Thief in the Night, 2 Peter 3:10 and John the Baptist, Mark 1:4!