David Parry thinks about generosity. [Press ‘CC’ for subtitles.]
A timely reflection from Eryl Parry [press ‘CC’ for subtitles]
As one part of a host of commemorative events across the diocese, a County & Diocesan Memorial Service to commemorate Her Late Majesty will take place at Saint Deiniol’s Cathedral in Bangor. His Majesty The King will be represented by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant for Gwynedd. The service will take place at the Cathedral this Sunday 18th September, at 4.30pm. All are welcome. To be sure of a seat, please book online here.
O God, the Maker and Redeemer of all believers: grant to Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and all the faithful departed the unsearchable benefits of your Son’s Passion; that in the day of his appearing they may be manifested as your children; through Jesus Christ our Saviour. Amen. The Church in Wales
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By now, we will all have received with sadness the news of the death of Her Majesty The Queen. Diocesan and national tributes have been paid by the Archbishop and Bishops; and a Choral Holy Eucharist of Requiem for her Late Majesty is being offered this evening at Saint Deiniol’s Cathedral in Bangor at 6pm, where the Assistant Bishop of Bangor will preach, and the Choir will sing Gabriel Fauré’s setting of the Requiem.
The Bishop offers these words of consolation and prayer:
May Queen Elizabeth rest in peace and rise in glory. We give thanks for her strong faith and we pray for her family.
God bless us all with hope in times of grief. Speak to us your words of life, calm our fears, and lead us to put our whole trust in your eternal love. Amen.
Gracious God, we give thanks
for the life of your servant Queen Elizabeth, for her faith and her dedication to duty. Bless our nation as we mourn her death and may her example continue to inspire us; through Jesus Christ our Lord.
David Parry is inspired by the Conwy River [press ‘CC’ for subtitles.]
Eryl Parry reflects on a tragedy. [press ‘CC’ for subtitles]
At 3pm on Sunday (21st August) there will be a very special service of outdoor worship at Llangelynnin Some are coming on horseback, some on foot (you are welcome to join by meeting at the middle of the 3 car parks in the Sychnant Pass at 1.15pm) and others by car (still requiring a short uphill walk on rough track) …. all are welcome!
Philippians 3 (David Parry). [press ‘CC’ for subtitles.]
A message of hope from Eryl Parry (press ‘CC’ for subtitles)