|21st July||11 am Morning Prayer|
|28th July||11 am Eucharist|
|4th August||11 am Morning Prayer|
|11th August||10.00 am All Age Eucharist at Llanllawddog|
|18th August||11 am Eucharist 12 noon – 3 pm Holocaust Memorial Day Art Project|
|25th August||11 am Morning Prayer|
Any fifth Sunday in a month is usually a Eucharist rotated between the three Churches of Llanpumsaint, Llanllawddog and St Celynin, and will be as on the Church Notice Board. For further information please see the Church Notice Board or contact Rev’d Gaynor (see below for details). Find us on Facebook – Llanpumsaint Bronwydd and Llanllawddog Churches.
|Tuesday 16th July||Cheese and wine evening at Bronwydd Cricket Club 6.30 pm|
|Saturday 10th August||Llanllawddog monthly market
|Every Tuesday Morning||9 am Morning Prayer (but not on 23rd July or 6th August)|
|Every Tuesday Afternoon||2.00 – 3.30 pm Village Circle. An opportunity to meet for a cuppa and a chat. You are welcome to bring any craft or hobby item you have on the go, or there will be opportunities to learn new skills if you wish. All ages welcome. Although this is taking place in the church, it is not a church event and the emphasis is on community. If you would like any more information, please contact Niki Day on 01267 253883, email email@example.com or Helen Thomas on 01267 253930, email firstname.lastname@example.org|
Please note that there will be no Village Circle on Tuesday 23rd July.
News From Rev. Gaynor Jones-Higgs.
Shortly after our multi-faith Holocaust Memorial service, I visited Coventry Cathedral. The ruins of the old cathedral, which was bombed in 1940, merge into the modern new building which was consecrated in 1962. After Coventry was bombed, Cathedral Provost Dick Howard had the phrase “Father Forgive” inscribed on the wall of the ruined cathedral where it can still be seen today. The simple prayer Father Forgive, rather than Father forgive them, led to Coventry Cathedral becoming a renowned centre for ministry of reconciliation.
The Litany of Reconciliation is said at 12 noon in the cathedral and on Fridays many other associated centres of reconciliation around the world also join in the prayer.
Then I wondered, wouldn’t it be amazing if Llanpumsaint could become a centre of reconciliation, a place where we actively celebrate what we have in common and strive to disagree well? A bit of further research informed me there is currently only one Coventry affiliated centre of reconciliation in Wales, the village of Llanbeder in Gwynedd. With recent tragic events in New Zealand perhaps the need to do this has been drawn more clearly into focus.
As a start I’d like to begin saying the litany of reconciliation every Friday at 12 noon at the church. To make this happen, I need 51 like minded individuals who are willing to take responsibility for leading the litany on one Friday in the year. If this is something you would be interested in, please contact me.
Yours Rev’d Gaynor Tel 01267 253158 email@example.com Follow us on Facebook Llanpumsaint Bronwydd and Llanllawddog churches. Please contact Revd Gaynor for further details of services and events or check church notice boards.