St Mary Magdalene, South Molton
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St Mary Magdalene is part of the Parish of South Molton with Nymet St.George, and of the extensive South Molton Mission Community.
Whether you visit us for a service, for some quiet personal reflection, or just to have a look, whoever you are, and whatever you believe, you are welcome.
People have worshipped here for many centuries, seeking a closer relationship with God.
This large fine Grade 1 listed building, is the 'civic church' of the town (hosting the town's Olde English Fayre, Carnival and Remembrance Services) and is situated just off the town centre, tucked away behind the main shopping street. We have close links with the nearby Church of England Primary School.
The Team Rector welcomes enquiries on any matter. We are keen to serve the town and the local community.
Please go to our website for more information.
** We have launched our £250,000 PROTECT APPEAL with the aim of replacing the roof on the south aisle, and hopefully also making some internal improvements. Please go to our dedicated appeal website for more information.
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For pastoral matters, please contact the Team Rector, The Revd Michael Grandey, The Rectory, Parsonage Lane, South Molton, EX36 3AX (01769 579492)
Mr. Robert Redwood tel: 01769 572079
Mr. John Tucker tel: 01769 579020
WEDDINGS & BAPTISMS:- Before making contact you will find it helpful to go to the wedding or baptism page on our website at http://mary-magdalene-church-s-molton.weebly.com/
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(Hymn Books / Orders of Service etc.)
House Group (Bible study & prayer )
|Approx. 0800-1600 Monday to Saturday. Open for services on Sundays, and additionally until about 1600hrs on Sundays during BST.|
Foodbank or foodbank collection point
|Church Hall in Duke St.- contact Derrica Hodgson 01769 573228|
The current editor is: ROBERT REDWOOD