CMD: Ministry to Children and Young People: How can the Church help bridge the transition from primary school to secondary?
Click on the posters to enlarge Parking at UWTSD Carmarthen Some details in the Continuing Ministerial Development programme for the Diocese are yet to be finalised. However, it is hoped that this will be ready to be circulated during the coming weeks. Mae rhai manylion o ran Rhaglen Datblygiad Gweinidogaethol Parhaus yr Esgobaeth heb eu cadarnhau eto. Serch hynny, gobeithir y bydd yn barod i’w dosbarthu yn ystod yr wythnosau nesaf. A warm welcome is extended to all those interested…Find out more »
The Sir John Lloyd Memorial Lecture has established itself as one of the most prestigious annual lectures in Wales Rowan Williams is known for his affection and respect for the work of the Seventeenth Century Breconshire poet Henry Vaughan. In this lecture, he will explore some of the overlaps and contrasts with other Seventeenth Century writers, especially George Herbert, and reflect on Vaughan's use of imagery and metaphor. Tickets are free but they must be booked. Please contact the…Find out more »
The annual Loved and Lost Babies remembrance service, for members of the community of any or no faith, will be held at Glangwili Hospital Chapel on Saturday 15th April, 2017 at 12 noon. The service has been organised by the Hywel Dda University Health Board’s Neonatal Team and Chaplaincy Department for parents, siblings, other family members and friends to attend. The loss may be recent or many years ago and irrespective of whether the loss was in this catchment area, all…Find out more »
The next in our series of popular Saturday morning workshops at Holy Trinity Church, Aberystwyth, is entitled DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES - BEING THERE It will be held on SATURDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2017; 10am-1pm and will be led by REVD PROFESSOR DAVID JENKINS (Ferryside, Carmarthen) This workshop is open to anyone interested in learning more about how communities can support those living with Dementia and their carers All are welcome and there is no admission charge. However we do need to know numbers in advance…Find out more »
The annual monthly series comes to a close with some old favourites, the Goodwick Band Tickets are £5 Parking at the church is very limited so a shuttle will run from 5.10pm from the Brunel Quay car park in Neyland. Follow the links to book tickets: September 24th Goodwick BandFind out more »