St Mary Magdalene, founded in 1977 by traditional Episcopalians, is an Anglican church located in the heart of “ Old Town ” Orange in California, USA. We are a warm, caring and friendly family of Christians who are committed to traditional Anglican worship, Biblical teaching, and Sacramental ministry. It is our mission to reach out to the community, teaching the love of Christ.

We adhere to the traditional 1928 liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer, offering both low mass and sung mass each Sunday.

 

Click HERE for more information about services, our people, and how we honor the Anglican Tradition.

 

 

Directions

¨         Our Church is located in Old Town Orange, one block South from the traffic circle (intersection of Chapman and Glassell).

¨         We are nearest to the Garden Grove (22) Freeway (off at Glassell/Grand Exit, go North).

¨         We are also between the 57 Freeway (off at Chapman, go East) and 55 Freeway (off at Chapman, go West).

¨         Glassell is served by several OCTD bus routes. There is a stop just across the street from the church.

¨         The address is 205 South Glassell Street.

¨          CLICK HERE to see a Google map.

 

St. Mary Magdalene

Our patron saint is St. Mary Magdalene, a devoted woman of Magdala in Galilee. She was relieved of seven demons by Our Lord and came to be a most follower. She was with Him at the cross, and was the first to see Him after His resurrection.

 

About This Site

This was the original site for St. Mary Magdalene, hosted by Ray Wyman Jr. (aka “Heavypen”). The church is a parish of the Diocese of the Holy Trinity serving the Western United States. CLICK HERE to see the official St. Mary’s site; it may have been recently updated with more current information .

 

Contact Us

By Phone:

    714/532-2420

By Email:

    Click Here

By Regular Mail:

    205 South Glassell Street

    Orange, CA  92866

 

Links

Anglican Catholic Church

Website for the original province of the ACC.

Online Brochure

Online information about Anglicanism, it’s roots and history.

Book of Common Prayer

Online edition of the 1928 book, complete with lessons for the daily offices.

Liturgical Calendar

Our very own liturgical calendar for the 80 or so years.

 

 

And now abideth faith, hope, love, these three, but the greatest of these is Love.

1 Corithians 13:13