We have pleasure in attaching below our Newsletter for the week commencing 20th December. On page 2 is a list of ALL OUR CHRISTMAS and New Year Services. We do hope you will be able to join us.
PARISH NEWSLETTER_20-27 December 2015
We have a large tree outside the Church to welcome you, but inside, our focus is the crib depicting the Nativity Scene.
We wish you all a Happy, Blessed and Peaceful Christmas and hope you can once again experience the joy of the Christ child.
We are pleased to be able to post our list of December and January Services
for Advent, Christmas and the New Year / Epiphany
We look forward to welcoming you at St. Arvans Church during this period.
NB St. Arvans Church is OPEN on Christmas Day!
Fr Michael’s Advent and Christmas Message is also appended below, please click on the Links:
We are please to publish the Newsletter for week commencing 11th October 2011 which also has details of forthcoming events.
PARISH NEWSLETTER _2015_10_10
Tickets for our Harvest Supper on Saturday 17th October are also available.
A celebration of English Song Including:
V Williams` Songs of Travel, Butterworth`s Shropshire Lad and works by Purcell, Finzi, Warlock and many others
Performed by: – Roger Martin – Baritone and Martin Pagnamenta – Accompanist
See Poster for more details Concert_Nov_7th_St_Arvans_recital_RM
A Churchwarden from nearby Devauden commented:
“Roger and Martin performed last Friday at St. James Devauden, along with The Martin Singers and Divertimenti consort. Do try to go as you really are in for a treat – I’m still humming the tunes!”
Welcome… to the first newsletter of the Friends of St Arvans.
Following the launch in July 2011, we can report that we have received a very good response from local Friends, together with those Friends who have moved to other parts but still have strong ties with the Church and the village of St.Arvans. As stated in our launch leaflet, subscriptions from Friends will be managed apart from general church funds and all monies will go towards the cost of maintaining the general fabric of the Church. Read more »