Having taken into account the latest advice from the Church in Wales & the Welsh Government, our Church is now OPEN for public worship with a restricted number of congregation this Sunday.
Places must still be booked, as previously.
Our broadcast services will continue as follows: Sunday Eucharist at 10 a.m. and celebration of Night Prayer on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. are live-streamed on the St Arvans Parish Group page on Facebook and are available to watch at any time
We are pleased to publish our Newsletter for the St. Arvans Group of Parishes and for use by the wider community for Sunday 5th Dcember 2021, the Second Sunday in Advent – our time of preparation before the coming of Christ at Christ_mas.
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Sunday Eucharist will be celebrated in St Arvans Church at 10.00am.
Our services will continue to be live-streamed.
If you do not receive our locally emailed Newsletters and wish to attend a Service, please “Post a Comment” on this website and we will get back to you as soon as we are able.
CONCERT at St. Arvans – Sunday 5th December 5pm. TODAY !
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CONCERT at St. Deiniol’s Itton, Saturday 11th Dec at 7pm
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Recommended Advent Reading:
‘Surviving Christmas by Loving Advent’ by Roy Uprichard
Available as an ebook (Kindle etc) from Amazon.co.uk – free for a few days.
“Feel the ebb and flow of a season in this fresh look at our star-bright stories.
Told with a Celtic, Northern Irish twist, the author imagines not only the untold range of emotions coursing between the lines of our Nativity tales, but also, how we might today navigate our way through this festival full of ambiguity.
Perhaps by the final pages you might also sense that one way to survive our commercialised Christmas is, paradoxically, by falling in love with Advent”
A real bargain and highly recommended for Advent reflection – and not just for the nice things he says in the acknowledgements!