Our mission: To love God and be
the light of Christ in the world
St. Mary Magdalene is an Anglican parish located in the heart of St. Vital in south Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Our building is busy and active all week, used by groups from the church and the surrounding community. But the essence of church life happens during Eucharist. That's when you can clear your mind of the cobwebs of daily life, cleanse your soul in the company of God, and experience His forgiving and loving nature through Jesus Christ.
Join us Sunday mornings at 10:30. Come early or stay after the service for coffee, conversation and fellowship. Or if you prefer, we offer a mid-week service Wednesdays at 2 pm.
A prayer for peace
In the wake of violence, racial discrimination and hatred, Bishop Geoff requests we use this prayer during Epiphany - the season of illumination - to pray for sustaining peace among all people:
Creator of All, you have promised your creation life, life in abundance. May you empower and encourage us to be agents of your peace and justice toward those who are victims of violence, racial discrimination and hatred. Give us courage so we may actively work to transform unjust structures of society, challenge violence of every kind and pursue peace and reconciliation. We ask this in the name of the Jesus Christ crucified, and of the Spirit who binds us. Amen.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: Sunday, February 23 following morning service. Light lunch will be provided. Please plan to attend.
See elsewhere on this page for services and activities as we enter the season of Lent.
Check the Calendar for what's happening in and about the church.
The Asian Christian Fellowship
(ACU) worships in Urdu at
St. Mary Magdalene
the 4th Sunday of the month.
St. Mary Magdalene Anglican Church is on Treaty 1 territory - the land of the Anishnaabeg, Cree, and Dakota peoples and the home of the Métis. We are grateful for their stewardship of the land and hospitality, and we pray and work for reconciliation.
The Parish of St. Mary Magdalene is part of the Anglican Diocese of Rupert's Land.