News & Events
This is a list of St Mary Magdalene Church News items, announcements, and Events. Check back often for the latest information.
Annual Vestry Meeting – St. Mary Magdalene’s, 1:30...
On Sundays, the Eucharist is celebrated at the Church...
During the month of February, to honour Black History...
On November 8, 2023 , 10:00 a.m. -11:00 a.m. at St Mary Magdalene Church hall, the Connexions Resource Centre will hold a free event for anglophone seniors as part of an ongoing program to promote well-being and fun for seniors in our community. The theme of the activity on November 8, 2023 is "ART 101 Let's Be Creative". Refreshments will be served. Register at : centreconnexions.org. For information or questions call (819) 557-0615 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bishop Shane Parker has called up congregations to observe a time of fasting and prayer for peace. In our Parish of Chelsea- Lascelles-and -Wakefield there will be a special Service of prayer for peace that will take place at the Church of Good Shepherd in Wakefield at noon, on Tuesday, October 17, 2023. Archbishop Hosam Maoum, the archbishop for the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East sent Bishop Shane a prayer for peace.
Meet & Greet (in Chelsea) | 55+ Community | Connexions Resource Centre (centreconnexions.org) Meet & Greet (In Chelsea) | 55+ Community October 11 @ 10:00 Am - 11:00 Am FREE Looking to meet new people in your community? Join us in-person on Wednesday, October 11 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am to participate in an interactive activity aiming to integrate new and regular participants. Come make new friends, socialize, laugh, share your interests, and find support amongst your peers. PLEASE NOTE: This is a FREE event for the 55+community. Location: The hall in St-Mary Magdalene Church, 537 route 105, Chelsea, QC. Limited spots available! To register for this event, please complete the RSVP section...
On June 10, 2023 Gilbert Whiteduck of Kitigan Zibi led a meditative walk to raise awareness of the history of the Algonquin Anishinabeg in this region and to celebrate the official naming of the community path, Nakwey amadiwin Mik `ans, as the first community trail in Chelsea to be named an Algonquin Anishinabeg name, meaning "Friendship Trail".
St Mary Magdalene Church invites you to join in special services, Zoom coffee hour, Vestry meetings and other events, gatherings and meetings.
Please check this website or the SMM Facebook page, as most in-person events are postponed or are held online, due to COVID-19.
Gallery of past events