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17th February   11 am   Morning Prayer

24th February   11 am  Eucharist at St Celynin, Bronwydd

3rd March          11 am  Morning Prayer

10th March         11 am  Eucharist

17th March         11 am  Morning Prayer

24th March         11 am  Eucharist

31st March          10 am  All age Joint Benefice Eucharist Llanllawddog

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


Saturday 16th February  Plant Dewi Coffee Morning 10 am St Peter’s Civic Hall, Carmarthen

Friday 1st March   St David’s Day Cawl Evening, Llanpumsaint Memorial Hall 6.30 pm

Tuesday 5th March  Shrove Tuesday Open Church with pancake fest 3.30 – 5 pm

Wednesday 6th March  Ash Wednesday Eucharist with imposition of ashes 7 pm St Celynin

Saturday 9th March  Monthly Market Llanllawddog Hall 10 am – 12 noon

Wednesday 10th April  Open Church 3.30 – 5 pm

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. All ages welcome. If you would like any more information, please contact Niki Day on 01267 253883, email enfysfechan@btinternet.com or Helen Thomas on 01267 253930, email helenthomas@btinternet.com


News From Rev. Gaynor Jones-Higgs.

Writing on 15th January 2019

Today as I walked into church to pray, as I do pretty much every Tuesday morning, I noticed that one of the bulbs in the church yard that had been planted when our Open Church had concentrated on the Parable of the Sower, had begun to flower. The tiny fragile yellow and purple flower delighted me on an otherwise damp and dull morning. I was glad I had taken time to notice and appreciate it. Whilst I know the science of how flowers grow, to me the first flowers of spring are always miraculous. There’s something remarkable about something so beautiful growing out of the cold dark mud. A symbol to me of new hope, that however dark and difficult life seems sometimes new and better things can follow. This flower seemed especially significant as it flourished between the grave stones. Jesus promises that those who follow him will have abundant life, he offers hope and new beginnings in a world that is often dark and messy. If you are curious or in need of new hope, please come and find out more at any of our services and events.

Yours Rev’d Gaynor Tel 01267 253158 j_gaynor@hotmail.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.