Explore ‘Cloister’ in Llangelynnin on Sunday 21st July (3pm)

How do your beliefs affect your chance encounters?

It would be lovely if you could join us for a reflective Celtic Prayer and Praise Service at Llangelynnin Old Church Hen Eglwys on Sunday 21st July (3pm). We are exploring the Christian community life through the Seven Sacred Spaces Saith Gofod Sanctaidd, and will be focusing on Cloister, that place of encounter:-



the connecting places where we encounter each other

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!

Bro Celynnin BLACK

Support Christian Aid in Gyffin tomorrow!

There’s tea, coffee and cakes at St. Benedict’s Church, in Gyffin, on Monday 24th June (11am – 5pm), so come along to support Christian Aid!

We welcome the news that the UK plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions to almost zero by 2050, but Christian Aid believes that 2045 is actually the latest date.

God has entrusted us to love our neighbours, and to care for His creation. This beautiful blue planet is our home, but some of our neighbours are suffering the consequences of climate change. Loss of life, lack of clean drinking water, malnutrition, illness, and homelessness, are just some of the tragedies that our neighbours are experiencing right now.

Over 10,000 people are expected to meet in London’s Westminster on Wednesday 26th June, to ask MPs to take urgent action, which matches the severity of this climate crisis, and to pray together. Click here for more information.