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LATEST NEWS -25th FEBRUARY 2024:

MONDAY
7pm Church Member’s Meeting. (All church members are asked to make every effort to attend.) Regular member of our congregations not in membership of the church are also invited to attend.

TUESDAY
10.30am Morning Worship in the schoolroom.
7pm Bible Study and prayer in the schoolroom (Conference Call also available for the Bible study)

WEDNESDAY
2.30pm ‘Open Door’
6pm ‘Soup Station’

THURSDAY
6.15pm choir rehearsal.

FRIDAY
6pm Youth club.

NEXT SUNDAY
9.30am Morning worship on YOUTUBE & FACEBOOK
11am Morning Worship with Junior church
6pm Evening Worship led by Rev David Jones.
8pm ‘Conference Call’ worship.
Services led by Rev David Jones.

 

FAMILY NEWS:

Geoff Payne has had further surgery at Morriston Hospital. Our love and best wishes to Geoff.
Bryan Nicholas continues to be at Ward 9 Prince Philip Hospital.
Eira Davies was admitted to Glangwili Hospital after a fall at home and is now in respite care at Glasfryn in Felinfoel Road. Our love and best wishes to Eira.

We assure those who are unwell at hospital and at home of our prayers and concern.

TUESDAY MORNING:

It was good to see the schoolroom full for last Tuesday’s Service and to share in Communion together. Our Tuesday morning services continue in the schoolroom for the time the organ is being refurbished.

SOUP STATION:

We welcomed 32 guests into the schoolroom on Wednesday and we are grateful to our volunteers who so willingly give of their time. Following two years of a ‘door service’ we now welcome our guests into the schoolroom. We mostly serve soup, hot dogs with some cakes, tea and coffee and a small food parcel as they leave. While most of our guests do have limited accommodation a number are homeless. We now open earlier at 6pm.

BIBLE STUDY AND PRAYER:

On Tuesday at 7pm we continue in the schoolroom for our Bible study and prayer meetings. Bible study notes are available for those who join with us on ‘Conference Call’. Please let David know if you would like the notes. By e mail detjonescaeglas@aol.com. or give him a ring on 01554 741127. Notes will be sent by e mail or post.

 

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER:

This year’s Word Day of prayer will be held at the Roman Catholic Church,
on Friday 1st March at 2pm. This years’ service has been prepared by the women of Palestine. All are welcome. Please speak to Ann Vaughan- Jones for further information.

LOOKING FORWARD TO MARCH:

Sunday 3rd March
11am & 6pm (Communion) Rev David Jones

Sunday 10th March
11am ‘All Age’ Mothering Sunday worship. & 6pm Rev David Jones.

Sunday 17th March
11am (Communion) 6pm Rev David Jones.

Sunday 24th March (Palm Sunday)
11am Palm Sunday praise with Christopher and band.
6pm ‘Easter praise’ with the church choir. Rev David Jones

Good Friday 29th March
10.30am Morning Communion followed by hymns around the cross on the chapel lawn.

 

EASTER DAY:

11am Easter Celebration. 6pm Worship for the close of Easter Day.
Rev David Jones.
Easter Invitation cards for families, neighbours and friends available next Sunday.

GYMANFA GANU:

The local Welsh churches hold their annual ‘Gymnfa Ganu’ at Bethel, Seaside on Sunday 4th March at 3pm. Led by Mr Eifion Thomas with Mr Alan Fewster at the organ and Rev David Jones will preside. Programmes are £2 and available from Darryl or David.

LLANDAF HOUSE:

I am leading a service of worship at Llandaf House in Llangennech on Wednesday at 11am.
There’s a welcome to anyone who would like to come along to help with the singing. It would help if you would let me. know you are coming.

 

HOLOCAUST EDUCATION TRUST:

One of our young people Annie Snee has just been appointed as a Regional Ambassador of the Holocaust Education Trust for Carmarthenshire.
Annie has been working with the trust for over a year following her visit to Aushwitz with the trust through college. Lately she went back to her comprehensive school and led classes with year 9 pupils on Holocaust Memorial Day. Annie will be going on an ambassador study visit to Budapest in March to study the Holocaust in Hungary during World War Two. She will then be able to share her experiences with students throughout the Carmarthenshire area.

 

Rev.David Jones