St. Peter’s Church in Llanbedr-y-Cennin (2018)

Christmas Day Communion

A lovely Service was enjoyed by family and friends on 25th December, to celebrate the birth of Jesus.

Nine Lessons and Carols 16th December

The Nine Lessons and Carols Service on 16th December was well-attended. People came together to celebrate the Third Sunday of Advent.

IMG_1472Beautifully decorated porch by Julie Barr

IMG_1474Open door to the Nativity on the Font

IMG_1458Nativity by Helen Tattersall

Open House 11th December

Family and friends came together before Christmas in the evening of Tuesday 11th December at Helen and Peter’s house in Llanbedr-y-Cennin. There was a fabulous soloist, and we all sang Christmas carols. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening, and there was a feast of festive food, with mulled wine!

Armistice Day 11th November

Commemorative Service was held on Sunday 11th November (6pm) to mark the Centenary of the end of the First World War. The Service was well-attended. Hymns and National Anthems were sung, and a trumpet sounded the historic tribute for The Last Post in honour of all those that served. There were readings from the Great War, such as those from Hedd Wynn, Siegfried Sassoon, Edward Thomas, and Wilfred OwenIt was part of the Nation’s Tribute to the millions of people who lost their lives or were wounded in battle, so that we could enjoy freedom today. A total of 33 servicemen from Llanbedr-y-Cennin, Tal-y-Bont, Tŷ’n-y-Groes and Rowen lost their lives in the Great War, and they were all remembered. Donations were for The Royal British Legion, and the Service finished with the Church bell Ringing Out for Peace

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Flower Festival September

This ancient Church was beautifully decorated with an array of colour, and the sweet smelling aroma of flowers during a Flower Festival that was held in the first weekend of September 2018. The theme was St. Peter, and each window included a story from the Bible, such as “Jesus walks on the sea”. It was a gift to the communities of Conwy and the Conwy Valley, and for family and friends who live further afield. Drinks and homemade cakes were available, and donations were used for the life and work of the Church.

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