Join us this coming Sunday, 5th November when we’ll be serving up lush roast topside of beef, leg of lamb, roast potatoes Yorkshire puddings and seasonal vegetables. Doors open at 12 noon until 4 pm Booking is advised but not essential; telephone, 02920 231723 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Starters from £4, mains are £12.50
Tickets available from the Churches Together Bookshop at City URC, Eventbrite or on the door
By Revd Shelagh Pollard It was a sobering sight – arriving at church on Sunday morning in St. Etienne to see 4 soldiers at the entrance, weapons at the ready, protecting the building, as indeed they are protecting all religious buildings at this time of heightened security. Our friends in the congregation have come to […]
Join us every Sunday for a family friendly, welcoming service, followed by tea coffee and fellowship. Creche facilities are available, children and family are very welcome! August 27th – Mrs Rhoda Henson September 3rd – Revd Ken Graham (with Holy Communion) 10th – Revd Shelagh Pollard 17th – Ms Helen Stenson 24th – Mr […]
We meet every Sunday at 10.30 am for worship, we welcome you, your friends and family to join us for a welcoming, open service with coffee and fellowship afterwards. Creche facilities are available. Sunday 2nd July Revd Ken Graham Sunday 9th July Revd Shelagh Pollard followed by table talk at 12 noon led by Mr […]
We are refurbishing our cafe… and will reopen on Monday 24th July with a brand new look café, community cooking sessions, evening restaurant service and much more! in partnership with: …thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Williams Pantycelyn: The Longing and the Legacy Professor E. Wyn James Wednesday 12th July, 7.30 pm This year sees the 300th anniversary of the birth of the great hymn-writer, William Williams (1717–91) of Pantycelyn. He is a one the giants of Welsh religious and cultural life. According to one literary critic he was ‘the greatest […]
Last weekend we joined up with Ebeneser Welsh Congregational who use our building to do a joint flower decoration for the Eglwys Dewi Sant flower festival. The flowers celebrate Welsh Saint Beuno. St. Beuno was a preacher/missionary who founded a monastery at Clynnog, Gwynedd. The cascading arrangements leading down to floor level represent water supplying […]