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Church Services

All churches are closed and services cancelled for the time being.
For Sunday 2nd August Revd. Heidi has given us a reflection on life and death.
For life and death are one, even as the river and sea are one.”

In normal times we would be worshiping today in Llanvetherine and Llantilio.
For today Revd. Heidi has given us some of her thoughts on life and death.
“For life and death are one, even as the river and sea are one.”
Download her thoughts on our website.
https://t.co/E88prHmJqJ

The August edition of The New Times is available on our website
https://t.co/FijneSmqHL
Thanks to everyone who has contributed.
Hope you enjoy keeping up with the news from our four parishes.

The August edition of The New Times will be published online and sent out via email later today. https://t.co/7Py9fVTxvK LlantilioG photo

Our visiting preacher this week is Revd. Michael Marsden, who is the hospital chaplain in Nevill Hall. In his sermon he recounts an encounter from his days as a curate in the parish of Neath. "Do you know him?" Download his sermon from our website.
https://t.co/E88prHEkPj

Thanks to @LorraineCavana2 who has contributed her Sermon/reflection for the 6th Sunday after Trinity based on Matt.13:24-30; 36-43
'Two sermons about seeds and sowing on two consecutive Sundays.'
It is now available to download on our website
https://t.co/E88prHEkPj

Why do the brambles grow so quickly? I can spend hours in the garden, and yet it hardly looks as if I’ve touched it.
Find out why by reading Revd. Heidi's sermon for Pentecost 6 which is based on the Parable of the Sower. Matthew chapter 13.
https://t.co/E88prHEkPj

The New Times will shortly be emailed to our 163 subscribers. Here is a glimpse of the front page. https://t.co/149U6ZIHqV LlantilioG photo

The July edition of The New Times is now available online on our website.
https://t.co/FijneS4PQd
Despite our churches being closed there is plenty to read this month. Thanks to everyone who contributed

Sunday 28th June
Revd. Peter Cobb has written a message on the importance of churches. This is entitled 'Some thoughts on Lockdown' and is available now on our website.
https://t.co/E88prHEkPj

'Is Anything too wonderful for the Lord?'
Read Revd. Heidi's message for Trinity 1 on our website now
https://t.co/E88prHEkPj
I think not!

This Sunday we are celebrating Trinity Sunday in a different way - there are still no services in our four parishes but you can read a special message by @LorraineCavana2 on our website.
https://t.co/E88prHEkPj

No services in our four parishes for Pentecost but a video message has been recorded by Revd. Andrew Dawson and is available on our website.
https://t.co/E88prHEkPj

Our parish magazine is nearly complete but plenty of space in our digital version for late contributions https://t.co/PUxTOPVQ8D LlantilioG photo

‘Relax’, ‘chill out’, put your feet up. What is wrong with pampering myself?
Sunday is the 7th Sunday after Easter and thanks to Revd Dave Roberts for providing our message. This is available to download on the home page of our website.
https://t.co/E88prHEkPj

Following repairs to the ceiling, St Mabli's Church in #llanvapley was given a good old fashioned clean and polish and is ready to hold services when it is safe to do so. https://t.co/crRz8fs5wA LlantilioG photo

17th May is the 6th Sunday after Easter
A message for this Sunday can be found on the home page of our website.
https://t.co/E88prHEkPj

Repairing a ceiling is never easy, especially in a church! #llanvapley
Thanks to Nathan Marsh who is using traditional methods to ensure our church is safe to reopen whenever it is safe to do so. https://t.co/WCKl86OpEB
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Tomorrow is Easter 5 and there is a message from Revd. Heidi on our website.
https://t.co/E88prHEkPj

Our churches are closed but they are still being maintained and kept safe.
Thanks to @GPRuralCrime for your help and support https://t.co/DqBL4CH9F1
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VE celebrations will be muted in our four parishes and beyond today. However, it is good to be able to recount the celebrations which took place in 1945. The following account took place in Bournemouth and was written by a Penrhos resident. #VEDayAtHome https://t.co/ToYulWnjFJ LlantilioG photo
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