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LATEST NEWS – 12th January 2020:



Beryl George has now been discharged from Prince Philip and is now at Llys Y Bryn.. Margaret Capron has been admitted to Prince Philip and is very unwell. Our prayers and good wishes are with Margaret at this time. Eirlys Bush has also been admitted to Ward 4 at Prince Philip. Our love and best wishes to Eirlys. Brian Davies is likely to remain at Llys y Bryn.
Pam Jones has broken her wrist – our good wishes to Pam for a speedy recovery. Harry Rogers is quite unwell at home – our good wishes to Harry.
Happy 80th Birthday to Brian James . Congratulation Brian from us all at Greenfield.
Our thoughts and prayers are with these dear friends and all who are unwell at this time.
Sunday Social afternoon recommence for teenagers this afternoon. All teenagers are more than welcome. Thanks to Lisa and her helpers.



We re-commenced following the Christmas break last Tuesday. While numbers were low we thank God for a very special time of worship and learning together. Our Minister will lead again this Tuesday as Dr Doreen Harltand is unwell. Please join with – all of every age are welcome. This week we look at the church – our Mission. This will be based on Ephesians 2: 11 -22 ‘One in Christ’. We begin at 7.30pm with an introduction of the text and this is followed by group discussion before we come together for a time of prayer. There is absolutely no pressure for anyone to take part. Come and share the fellowship and friendship. Tea and coffee are also served. For more information please speak with David.



We look forward to welcoming new friends into membership of the church in the new year. Any friends who worship with us who may feel led to learn more about baptism and church membership please speak to David at any time. – Welcome.



• To all at Greenfield: Thank you all for making our Wedding day run seamlessly. Your generous hospitality and thoughtfulness speak of Christ’s love better than words every could.
(Richard and Lisa are members of a church in Gorseinon that has no permanent building of their own. They were married at Greenfield in November – we were happy to help)
• We are grateful to the ‘tuck shop’ of the Police Headquarters at Carmarthen who donate to local good causes. They have sent our ‘Soup Station’ a donation of £100. Thanks.
• Thanks to Capel Als for their monthly tins donation to our Soup Station’ We are very grateful.
• Thanks to the Llanelli Music and Drama Association for welcoming our Minister as guest speaker at their annual lunch yesterday at the Ashburnham Hotel in Burry Port.



The ‘flower’ list is now on the notice board in the chapel vestibule. Anyone who would like to give flowers for the Communion Table is invited to fill their names against any free Sunday. If flowers are given in Memorial or to celebrate an anniversary or other event please let us know. Thanks to Mrs Wendy Barnes for being our ‘flower co-ordinator’



The CD’s ordered will be available next Sunday. If anyone would like a CD of the programme please let Darryl know as soon as possible.



Mr Julian Murphy will be the guest speaker on Monday at 7pm Julian will be speaking of his visit to South Africa



Sunday 12thJanuary, 2020
11am Family Worship. 6pm Evening Worship.
Sunday 19th January 2020
11am Family Worship
with Communion.
6pm Evening Worship
Sunday 26th January, 2020
11am Family Worship 6pm Evening Worship,
All services in January will be led by Rev David Jones.