Worship in the Wild

‘Gweddiau Tir Gwyllt’

During this period of restricted living, many of us are rediscovering afresh the way God speaks to us in the beauty of his landscape. The most recent announcement from the Welsh Government is that from April 26th 2021, groups of up to 30 people are able to gather at physical distance outdoors. So we can put on our boots again!

On Bank Holiday Monday 3rd May, we are offering a local, guided ‘pilgrimage walk’ of gentle conversation and contemplation beginning at 9.30am and ending at around either 11am or 1pm, depending on an optional circuit. If you would like to find out more details and how to book (free) – then please register your interest by e-mail as soon as you can.

When we have not been able to meet together, we have also begun to find a creative way to connect with one another.

‘Cairns and Contemplation’ – ‘Meini a Myfyrdod’

What3words is an app which has mapped the world into 3m squares, assigning each a unique combination of 3 words. On a ‘Worship in the Wild (Conwy)’ facebook group, we have just begun to share a location – with 3 words – where we have prayed, and enjoyed the peace of contemplation. There we are have begun to build a cairn of stones, so that others in the group can enjoy finding it, pray there and add their own stones. (To be clear, we are not encouraging mixed households to do this together or arrange to ‘bump into’ one another!)

If you would like more details of how to get involved, just contact us here.

He makes me lie down in green pastures; he leads me beside still waters;
he restores my soul.
He leads me in right paths for his name’s sake.

Psalm 23: 2-3

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