People came together for Midnight Communion on 24th December to share in the joy of the birth of Jesus.
Celtic Christmas Service 16th December
The Celtic Christmas Service on the Third Sunday of Advent was well-attended, and provided an experience for both the head and the heart. It was a candle-lit worship that gave people a chance to reflect, and to find peace, in the knowledge that they are loved.
Open Day Saturday 8th December
The season of Advent is a time for all to prepare for Christmas. There were lots of free activities for children at St. Benedict’s Church on Saturday 8th December, and the lighting of the Advent Crown.
Armistice Day 11th November
The Communion Service was held at 9.30am, followed by an Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial in the Churchyard. It was a very moving Act of Remembrance, and a Tribute to the 24 young men who used to live in this small country community, and were lost in the Great War. A named poppy was painted on slate, and each slate was placed below the War Memorial to commemorate those servicemen. We will remember them.
Saturday 29th September (Harvest Bug Hunt and Crafts)
St Benedict’s Church was buzzing at the Harvest Bug Hunt and Crafts. What a great time! A special thanks to Marc Hughes and Ian Keith Jones. Everybody is looking forward to doing it again in the Spring. Take a look at the photographs:-
Wednesday 29th to Friday 31st August (Ysgol Porth-y-Felin field maes in Gyffin)
The Tent Mission for children, young people and families was a great success at the end of August. It was run jointly by Bro Celynnin, St. John’s Methodist and Love Wales. Blessed with good weather, a good time was had by all!
Easter Saturday Open Day
We had a wonderful Open Day on Easter Saturday, with plenty for our youngest visitors to do!
This ancient Church was full of beautiful, fragrant flowers on Easter Sunday.