Learning and growing together, no matter where you are on your journey of Faith, is an important part of the Christian life.
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We currently meet for study and prayer at houses in Conwy and the Conwy Valley. The groups are mixed, and everyone has different experiences, beliefs, values and practices, that they all contribute to the groups. We are able to learn more about the sacred texts and traditions of the Christian Faith. They include being transformed by the presence of Jesus, an Alpha course for those who want to know about the meaning of life, study on pilgrimage, and facing your giants so that they fall, such as Fear, Anger and Addiction. Not only do the groups provide an opportunity for you to further your Christian knowledge, but you will also gain real friendship, trust and love for one another. Respect and openness are encouraged, in order to promote a collaborative culture in our Church family. By asking questions, someone in the group usually knows the answer, or at least the facilitator can find out by the time we meet again!
You can gain real friendship and support from joining our Fellowship Groups, as well as a greater insight into how God speaks today about His love for you and His desire for you to get to know Him better.
Women’s Fellowship Group (Conwy) meet for Bible study and prayer every Tuesday (10.30am) in Conwy.
Contact: Ministry Area Warden Heather Addison (01492) 572924
Men’s Fellowship Group (Abergele) meet for breakfast at The Plantation Coffee Shop in Abergele on the second Saturday of every month (9.30am) and have a guest speaker occasionally. It’s St. Michael’s Abergele Men’s Breakfast and it’s only £5 for a bacon bap with any coffee!
Contact: Reverend Paul Flavell (01745) 823668
Men’s Fellowship Group (Abergwyngregyn) meet for Bible study and prayer every Tuesday (10.15am) in Abergwyngregyn.
Contact: David Kelly (01492) 593447