St. Mary Magdalene is a friendly Anglican parish located in the heart of St. Vital in south Winnipeg. We're a welcoming group and we'd love to have you join us for worship. If you're looking for a friendly church home, we hope you won't need to look further after being here. Join us Sunday mornings at 10:30. Come early or stay after the service for coffee, conversation and fellowship.
Eucharist: the focus of Church life
Our building is busy throughout the week as groups from within the church and the surrounding community make use of the facility. But the essence of church life is Eucharist Sunday morning. That's the time when you clear your mind of the cobwebs of daily life and cleanse your soul in the company of God.
It's the time when you discover again each week how much God loves you despite all your human frailties. Eucharist at St. Mary Magdalene revolves around the forgiving and loving nature of God
through Jesus Christ. You are welcomed with open arms here.
To love God and to be the light of Christ in the world.
Students, parents and teachers wrapped up the Sunday School year with a trip to the Manitoba Childrens' Museum on June 24. Please consider joining us when we resume in the fall.
As part of this summer's Habitat for Humanity St. Vital Interfaith Build,
we will be making sandwiches for the crew on August 14 or 15 (date to
be confirmed). If you'd like to join in please contact the church office.
Five years ago we hosted a summer enrichment program for children of newcomer families. This year we are doing it again, this time offering space for 40 children aged 9-14 through a program run by the Resource Center for Student Achievement and Enrichment (RECSAE) Inc. Read more.
The latest issue of
the Magdala News is available.
Read about our parking lot and the
daycare next door here.
Check the calendar for
The Asian Christian Fellowship
worships in Urdu at St. Mary Magdalene
the 4th Sunday of the month.
You can view recent sermons here.
The parish church of St. Mary Magdalene is located
within Treaty #1 territory on the traditional land of the Anishinaabeg, Cree and Oji-Cree peoples, and the
homeland of the Métis Nation. We are grateful
for their stewardship of this land and their hospitality
which allows us to live, work, worship and
serve God the Creator here.
The Parish of St. Mary Magdalene is part of the Anglican Diocese of Rupert's Land.