A Community Celebrating and Sharing God’s Love
Welcome to St Mary Magdalene! We know that people come to church seeking many different things: a fresh worship experience, a sanctuary for rest and healing, a social network (the face-to-face kind), connection with long-time friends, a deeper relationship with God, or a first-time introduction to the Way of Jesus. Some may not yet know why the Spirit has led them here.
We welcome the opportunity to learn more about you and your spiritual journey, and to become your companions on the way for however long you may be with us. We are blessed to have you visit our site and consider joining us this weekend.
Rev. Bruce H. Swinehart
Simple Worship, Rich Tradition
We are a community celebrating and sharing God’s love with our neighbors in Boulder Valley and beyond. We worship simply, with a deep appreciation for the liturgical tradition of the Episcopal Church. All are welcome.
Weekly Service Times:
Saturday @ 5:00pm Sunday @ 8:00am (no music) & 10:00am
Building Our Spiritual House:
A Capital Campaign for St. Mary Magdalene
On Sunday, April 7, at 10:00am we kicked off our 2019 Capital Campaign. This campaign will raise funds to repair and improve our building and property. 10% of all proceeds will be given to fund the reconstruction of St. Paul’s School in Petit Trout de Nippes, Haiti. Click here to read more, pledge, and donate.
Upcoming at St. Mary Magdalene
For supportive discussion and prayer for those who are dealing with aging parents, many while raising children.
The style of worship in this evening’s service began many years ago in the ecumenical French monastic community of Taize’. The Taize’ songs enable a large crowd, which changes every week and has no common language, to take an active part. Through the beauty of the songs, the prayers together communicates joy from God in our human world.
Our graduates are moving on to new places! Time to send them off with prayers and celebration on Sunday May 26! Join us to celebrate them and enjoy great ice cream from the Sweet Cow Moo Mobile!
A time of quiet centering prayer followed by readings from contemplative authors as well as contemplative dialogue.
A group based on open discussion and examination of spiritual themes. Men can attend at any time.
Join us for a public talk by Andrew Harvey and Carolyn Baker, 7PM Friday evening, May 31, 2019 at St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church, followed by an all-day workshop with Andrew and Carolyn, Saturday, June 1 from 9AM to 4PM at SMM.