News & Events
On the right is a list of St Mary Magdalene Church News items. Check back often for latest News updates.
New Priest Nov 28, 2021
Bishop announces the appointment of Reverend Canan Kevin Flynn
Enjoy a walk or cycle, as you discover Chelsea’s religious heritage sites!
Self-guided walking tour booklet provided.
Blessing of the Path
Bishop Shane prayed and Albert Dumont smudged while walking together on the path on July 18, 2021.
Moving to YELLOW on August 3: We will soon be permitted to sing behind our masks and receive the wine at communion.
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As the vaccination rates increase and Covid cases decline our Diocese is moving to the Amber Stage on Tuesday from the Red closed stage. The latest “In this Together” document is attached. This means we are now permitted to resume in-person worship as of next Sunday July 11 with pandemic protocols similar to what we observed last fall with masks and distancing. So we will offer in-person worship on July 11 for those who feel comfortable with plans to record the service. We are still planning an outdoor celebration for July 18th when the Bishop will be with us but now if it rains we will be able to worship in the church. There are capacity limits on our services so let me know if you plan to attend. Hope to see you on Zoom tomorrow and in-person on the 11th and 18th.
July 4 10 am on Zoom
July 11 10 am at the church
July 18 10 am Bishops Visit outdoor celebration
Saint Mary Magdalene Church will mark National Indigenous Day of Prayer on June 20 at 10:00 a.m., by viewing a video offered by the All My Relations Circle of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa. For more information: https://www.ottawa.anglican.ca/amr#National-Indigenous-Day-2021 .
For Zoom link, email: SMMchurchchelsea2021@gmail.com .
“When we say ‘all my relations,’ it’s meant in a teaching way, to rekindle community. We are part of the great, grand circle of humanity, and we need each other.” ~ Richard Wagamese.by viewing a video offered by the All My Relations Circle of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa.
On April 26, 2021, St Mary Magdalene Church received a grant of $7,824.00 from the Québec Government program “Chauffez Vert”, administered by Transition énergétique Québec. This financial assistance was used to offset the cost of replacing SMM’s oil-burning furnaces with electric furnaces. Thanks to the program “Chauffez vert”, SMM is no longer using fossil fuels to heat both the church sacristy and hall.
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