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We are an Anglican Church in the anglo-catholic tradition, with rich liturgical and musical traditions and heritage. Our website will help you find out more about the life of this community. We invite you to be part of any of the services and other events happening at the Church of St Mary Magdalene.

THIS WEEK AT ST MARY MAGDALENE’S

SUNDAY, 26 October - PENTECOST XX
8.00 am Said Mass
9.30 am Sung Mass
11.00 am Solemn Mass
Prelude
Maurice Duruflé, Prélude sur le nom d’Alain
Mass Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Missa Lauda Sion
Motet Maurice Duruflé, Ubi caritas
Postlude Maurice Duruflé, Fugue sur le nom d’Alain

UPCOMING

SATURDAY, 1 November – ALL SAINTS’ DAY
10.00 am Procession & Solemn Mass
Prelude Marcel Dupré, Cortège et litanie
Mass Healey Willan, Missa brevis III
Motet Healey Willan ,O king, all glorious
Postlude Marcel Dupré, Placare, Christe, servulis
… followed by a light breakfast.

SUNDAY, 2 November – PENTECOST XXI
8.00 am Said Mass
9.30 am Sung Mass
11.00 am Solemn Mass
Prelude Benjamin Cosyn, Verse
Mass Ludovici Grossi da Viadana, Missa l’hora passa
Motet Richard Lloyd, View me, Lord
Postlude Dieterich Buxtehude, Präludium, fuge, chaconne C-Dur
4.00 pm Organ Recital
Peter Warlock, Capriol suite
Paul Hindemith, Second sonata
4.30 pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction
Canticles Plainsong
Motet Plainsong
Postlude Healey Willan, Ecce jam noctis

MONDAY, 3 November – ALL SOULS’ DAY
6.00 pm Solemn Requiem
Prelude Marcel Dupré, Te lucis ante terminum
Mass Tomás Luis de Victoria, Missa pro defunctis
Motet Healey Willan, How they so softly rest
Postlude Frank Bridge, Adagio in E

Daily Mass at St Mary Magdalene’s

Mass is celebrated each and every day at St Mary Magdalene’s, at the following times:

Monday 6.00 pm
Tuesday 7.15 am followed by breakfast
Wednesday 10.00 am followed by Bible Study
Thursday 7.15 am followed by breakfast
”            ” 10.00 am La Messa (Italian; Portuguese on the last Thursday of the Month)
Friday 6.00 pm
Saturday 10.00 am

On public holidays, mass is celebrated at 10.00 am.

Throughout the year we celebrate certain feast days with masses as special times. This page will help keep you up-to-date.