Services this Sunday

Sunday 19th January (The Second Sunday of Epiphany)
  • Isaiah 49: 1-7 or 1 Corinthians 1: 1-9
  • Psalm 40: 1-11
  • John 1: 29-42
9.30am Communion (2004) at St. Benedict’s in Gyffin
9.30am Communion (1984) with Bishop Andy at St. Peter’s in Llanbedr-y-Cennin
11am Communion (2004) with Bishop Andy at St. Mary’s in Caerhun
11am Morning Worship at St. Mary’s in Conwy
Bro Celynnin BLACK

Seeking God’s path in 2020

Sunday 19th January (6pm)
The Second Sunday of Epiphany
Seeking God’s path in 2020 is the theme for January’s Celtic Prayer and Praise Service at St. Benedict’s Church in Gyffin. At this time of year, we’re bombarded by adverts for courses, books, diets and activities that promise a new year, a new you!
Seeking God's path
What makes this advert any different? In the tranquil, ancient beauty of St. Benedict’s Church, our monthly Service gives us the chance to seek out God’s path of life, no matter where we are starting from. It’s a gentle, reflective experience, with words and music that uplift the soul and help us to connect with the one who is our ultimate faithful companion and guide, not only through 2020, but way beyond. So, please take a pew as we hand you a cuppa on arrival. We’d love to see you there!
Bro Celynnin BLACK

Recruiting Volunteers for St. Mary’s Church in Conwy (Open Morning on 27th February)

St. Mary’s Church, in Conwy, will be open Thursday 27th February (10am-12pm) for people who are interested in volunteering for the new season, which starts on Saturday 4th April, when the Church reopens to visitors.

Please think about people you know who would like to be part of our Visitor Welcome Team, and invite them along to enjoy cake and coffee with the rest of the team!

Poster coffee morning

Poster coffee morning WELSH

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Chalk your door for Epiphany!

Chalk your front door, or a nearby wall, for Epiphany.

20 + C + M + B + 20

The first and last numbers refer to this new year. The letters C M B are the first letters of the traditional names for the three Kings (Casper, Melchior and Balthazar), and they also represent the first letters of a prayer in Latin:-

Christus Mansionem Benedicat
May Christ bless this dwelling


This is a beautiful prayer that can be prayed to bless your home:-

Bless this home and all who live here.

Fill us with the light of Christ,

so that our concern for others may reflect your love.

Bless all our comings and goings this year and all who visit;

in Jesus name.



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