St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church
St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church is located in an ornate white stone building right on the corner of Manchester and Brentwood streets. The inside of the church is very traditional, with two long rows of wooden pews beneath high vaulted ceilings and lights suspended from painted wooden rafters.
Father Jack Siefert is the pastor of St. Mary Magdalen, and there are two permanent deacons, Ed Grotpeter and Leroy Martin Jr., here as well. The church provides worship services every day of the week, and also offers the sacraments of baptism, communion, confirmation, marriage, reconciliation and annointing of the sick, along with all of the necessary classes.
Connected to the parish, and right next door, is the St. Mary Magdalen School, a private Catholic school educating students from age five to the eighth grade.
- Hours: Mass times: Mon - Fri, 8am; Sat, 8am, 5pm; Sun, 8am, 9:30am, 11am. Reconciliation: Mon - Fri, after 8am Mass; Sat, 4pm - 5pm
- Handicap Accessible: Designated parking spaces are in the lot, and there's a ramp under the arch on the east side of the building
- Founding Date: 1912
- Parking: Free lot
- Denomination: Catholic
- Services: Choir/music programs, Youth programs