Get the Higher Perspective!

We know that Llangelynnin is pretty special, and so many of us find it helpful to visit such a peaceful place of ancient beauty. As our sense of community begins to grow, more people are choosing to seek God up here, wherever they are on their journey of faith.2016-10-27 Will and Carys Aerial Shots-5

This season, we are offering an exploration of Seven Sacred Spaces, which are values that come from monastic communities. Each month, we will have a different theme, and we begin with:-

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the place of personal prayer

Find out more about prayer, in our reflective service of Celtic Prayer and Praise at 3pm this Sunday 19th May in Hen Eglwys Llangelynnin Old Church.

If you would like to walk across the hilltops for that extra sense of pilgrimage, there will be a group setting off from the middle car park of the Sychnant Pass at 1.15pm. It’s the second car park as you leave from the Conwy direction. Walking boots and wet weather gear are recommended, just in case it rains! Tea, homemade cakes and a much-needed loo stop are provided after the service, so we look forward to seeing you there this Sunday!

Bro Celynnin BLACK

The Menai Wind Quintet and Gary O’Shea (piano) play Conwy tomorrow

The Menai Wind Quintet Pumawd Chwyth y Fenai and Gary O’Shea are playing tomorrow evening at St. Mary’s Church Eglwys y Santes Fair, in Conwy.

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Rachel Gautry – Flute/Piccolo
Melanie Cross – Oboe/Côr Anglais
Emily Sweeney-Davies – Clarinet
Dewi Garmon Jones – Horn
Mikes Nipper – Bassoon
Gary O’Shea – Piano

The programme of music will include the first performance of Wind Quintet No. 1, by Colin Tommis, as well as works by Prokofiev, Ligeti, Poulenc and Arnold.

So come and join us at the first of our FREE Summer Concerts in the heart of Conwy!

£3,200 raised for ActionAid!

As many of you will know, the Reverend David Parry completed the London Marathon on Sunday 28th April, and raised a staggering £3,202.27 for the charity ActionAid.

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Well done David!

David said “I ran my first ever marathon for ActionAid because of their vital work with girls and women worldwide“.

ActionAid is a leading international charity, which supports people in extreme poverty, to fight for their rights. The charity helps girls and women to achieve social justice and gender equality, and it aims to eradicate poverty and to bring about change for good.

Charity Registration No. 274467 

Menai Wind Quintet at St. Mary’s Church in Conwy this Saturday

The Menai Wind Quintet Pumawd Chwyth y Fenai is playing this Saturday 11th May (7.30pm) at St. Mary’s Church, in Conwy. The North Wales Ensemble was founded in 2008, with students and ex-students from Bangor University.

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Rachel Gautry – Flute/Piccolo
Melanie Cross – Oboe/Côr Anglais
Emily Sweeney-Davies – Clarinet
Dewi Garmon Jones – Horn
Mikes Nipper – Bassoon
Gary O’Shea – Piano

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The programme of music will include the first performance of Wind Quintet No. 1, by Colin Tommis, as well as works by Prokofiev, Ligeti, Poulenc and Arnold.

So come along to enjoy the first of our FREE Summer Concerts in the heart of Conwy!