The Little Church with a BIG HEART for God: St Mary Magdalene Church seeks to witness the love of God by serving our local community.
St Mary Magdalene Parish Church
Curate-in-Charge: Rev Matthew Price
Tel: 01493 298313
Email: [email protected]
Church Wardens Mobile 0785 4135 040
To book the hall ring May Coolledge on 01493 665810
Sunday services are 10.30am every week and 4.00pm on the 1st Sunday of the month all are welcome.
MORNING SERVICES are always friendly traditional Services beginning at 10.30am: Children are welcome at all of our services: Soft toys and colouring sheets are always available.
SUNDAY SCHOOL Second Sunday of the month at 10.25 for children in School yr 1 and up.
CRAFT TIME Fourth Sunday of the month 10.30 for all children.
IF YOU HAVE A HEART to pray for the youth in our community, please join us on the first Tuesday of the month at 7am. We pray at 7am in the OV Room (access from the car park at rear of church) We pray from 7am until 8am, and then breakfast together: this is normally cereals and toast. We look forward to seeing you.
THE BRIDGE Drop-in a free, 3 course meal for the unwaged, come and find friendship and support: 11am- 2pm (lunch served at 12.30pm) every Tuesday.
GREAT YARMOUTH (Independent) FOODBANK was launched at Great Yarmouth Town Hall on Monday 17 February 2014. There are three churches working together for local people in need. The Salvation Army, Gorleston Baptist Church and St Mary Magdalene Parish Church.FOODBANK OPERATING TIMES Client voucher sessions Mondays Gorleston Baptist NR31 6LY 9.30 - 12.00 Salvation Army NR30 2SQ 12.00pm - 2.00pm Tuesdays St Mary Magdalene Church NR31 7BY 10 - 2.00pm (10am-12noon during August) Thursdays St Andrews Gorleston NR31 6LS 9.30 - 12.00 Salvation Army NR30 2SQ 12 - 2.00PM Fridays Salvation Army NR30 2SQ 9.30 - 11.30 Sundays St Andrews Parish Church NR31 6LS 2 -3.30pm
THE GREAT YARMOUTH FOOD BANK If you have been given a Voucher by one of the sevice agencies, please visit the Great Yarmouth Foodbank site for details of help. 0790 1898 438