St Mary Magdalene Church, Norwich

A Warm Place with Open Doors

Welcome to St Mary Magdalene, Norwich

We are a small, friendly church located in the beautiful English city of Norwich. We would love to welcome you to our weekly service at 9.30am each Sunday, when we celebrate the Eucharist, and afterwards have refreshments in the hall. It has a mixture of music, talks, prayers and time to catch up with friends. There’s no reserved seating or formal etiquette so please do sit where you like. On other days there is a daily morning service in church at 9.00am, for 30 minutes, and a Wednesday Eucharist at 10.00am.

Morning Prayer will be said in St Mary’s at 9am on Monday and Thursday during the first week in June. Every Tuesday during July, all are welcome to Morning Prayer at Christchurch (at 9am), and during August at St Cuthbert’s (Sprowston), also at 9am. 

St Mary Magdalene belongs to the Church of England Diocese of Norwich and is part of the Sprowston and North Norwich Team Ministry.

Getting in touch

Our interim Priest-in-Charge is Carol Pritchard. Our Church Wardens are David Patey and Bronwen Walton.

For hall hire and booking enquiries, please contact the bookings manager on

To get in touch about a baptism, wedding, or funeral, or before attending a service, then please get in touch with the church by emailing us.

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Keeping in touch

Would you like to be kept in touch with what's happening in our church community and receive our pew sheet each week, or a paper version of our monthly parish magazine, St Mary Mag

The pew sheet gives information about the hymns to be sung on Sunday morning, and names those whom we have been asked to pray for during the week.

Whether or not you can join us on Sunday, please contact us to let us know if you would like to receive the pew sheet or the magazine.

Finding us

St Mary Magdalene Church is easy to find. We are on Silver Road on the top of the hill, and opposite Knowsley Road. 

The car park in front of the church and has space for 10 cars. The main entrance to the church is in front of the car park. There is an accessible entrance into the church (through the hall entrance), and accessible parking.



Updated 13th July 2024