We hope you enjoy this week’s story in our series ‘People of Hope’ – a lovely mix of interview with Chris Roberts, sacred music and some of the stained glass windows in St Mary’s Conwy.
Whilst our church buildings are temporarily closed, as a church community we remain very much open! We recognise the need for connection with one another and with our faith, more than ever before. Here are ways through the week, that you can make that connection: ZOOM GATHERINGS 11.00am Sundays worship on zoom 10.30am Tuesdays learnContinue reading “Connecting through lockdown”
An encouraging story of inspiration in Lockdown
Clive Addison is a member of the Bro Celynnin Ministry Team who also farms, at Llechwedd in the Carneddau mountains. Today he reflects on one way to cope with ‘Lockdown’ restrictions. Are you feeling a bit down? If you are, it is no surprise seeing that 2021 seems no different to 2020 so far. At times like thisContinue reading “Lockdown Projects”
No dancing crowds or fireworks, street parties or family gatherings: how can we mark the end of 2020, or face 2021? Yet we are not alone today. This film is a simple meditation on some Bible verses (Galarnad / Lamentations 3:22-23). It comes as our gift to you, an invitation to pause and pray as the yearContinue reading “New Year’s Eve”
This final Carol comes with our prayers for you and those you love. Do watch to the end for special messages and thankyous.
This famous Carol captures the unique magic of this holy night
Counting down to Christmas with our community carols and views of the beautiful Conwy Valley. The prayer today is for emergency services.
Today’s unforgettable Carol arrangement ends with a prayer about Homelessness, then a special message.
A very personal Carol by Eryl Parry for all who are living with loss on 21st December, the longest night.