Today we are delighted to release the first of three short films, each with a piece of music recorded in St Mary’s Conwy, followed by a reflection. For Maundy Thursday we hear the hauntingly beautiful ‘Ubi Caritas’, a plainsong melody played on cor anglais by Melanie Cross and accompanied by Chris Roberts – fittingly setContinue reading “Maundy Thursday”
We are so pleased to be able to offer ‘Waiting for the Light’ as a joint Taize service with St James Fergus, Ontario with participation from those from Bro Celynnin. You can download the service sheet, with all the words and music on the link below. Why not light a candle and bring it toContinue reading “Waiting for the Light”
Palm Sunday 11am Zoom Service, all welcome – please get in touch if you don’t have the link [and don’t forget that British Summer Time starts on Palm Sunday so UK clocks go forward 1 hour] The shared Lent course with St James’ Church Fergus, Ontario Canada comes to an end on Tuesday (and weContinue reading “Holy Week in Bro Celynnin”
Here is the last video in our Lent series in which Rev David Parry reflects on a time to change, drawn from the story of Zaccaeus. Beautiful music, by Cass Meurig, makes the perfect bridge between all we have been learning and the approaching Easter story.
This week, in the fifth of our Lent series of videos, Andy Broadbent reflects on Jesus’s teaching about prayer in the Sermon on the Mount – and how timely that is this Lent. Also, this weekend marks a year since we had the last services in our church buildings before the first ‘lockdown’. As we approach all ofContinue reading “Lent: A time to pray”
In the fourth of our Lent series of short films, Rev Susan Blagden uses different depictions of the cross to reflect on what ‘taking up our cross’ can mean for us today.
Wishing you all a happy Saint David’s Day Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Photograph taken at Llangelynnin Old Church
Mary Stallard, Archdeacon of Bangor
In the second of our series of videos for this season of Lent, Rev David Parry reflects on the ready connection we can make, in this time and place, with Christ’s time in the wilderness.