Worship Services suspended

In response to the unprecedented public health danger posed by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, it has been announced today that all Worship Services will be suspended in our Churches, including weddings and funerals. All our groups, meetings and activities will also stop for the time being.

Click here for a link to the Church in Wales statement.

Click here for the daily updates from Public Health Wales. It is vital that we all follow the advice.

This is devastating and deeply upsetting for all of us, and for the life of our nation. However, it is obvious to everyone that the urgent priority is to protect people’s health.
 
The Bro Celynnin Ministry Team and Church Wardens have met to plan how we can maintain our common life and relationship with God, continue to care for those most in need and contribute to the mutual support which is developing in our local communities. We will be in touch regularly with news and suggestions for prayer, and would also welcome your ideas and messages.

Do please contact us if you have any queries, needs or concerns:-

Please check the parish website regularly for updates: www.caruconwy.com, and also keep an eye on our caruconwy facebook page and twitter feed @caruconwy.

Reverend David Parry sends all his love and prayers, as do all our Church Leaders.

In this dark time, the Resurrection light of Jesus Christ and his saving love are not suspended or diminished. 

For he has said, “I will never leave you or forsake you.”

So we can say with confidence, “The Lord is my helper, I will not be afraid.”

Hebrews 13: 5-6

Bro Celynnin BLACK

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