This week I would like to say how proud we are here in Dyffryn Clwyd mission area to learn that St Saeran’s church Llanynys has been chosen as the winner of the National Churches Trust ‘Open for Visitors Wales’ award 2022. Check out this Face book link to see the award ceremony in Mercer’s Hall London. https://fb.watch/gpfiv7EQVo/
Well done and thank you to the mission area, Llanynys church and community for all their hard work, this award is well deserved. A hearty thank-you to all the people who over the years have kept alive the hope that Llanynys would one day be recognised as a place of retreat and spiritual tourism. More work needs to be done in terms of fundraising and planning. Please continue to pray that
St Saeran’s church will one day become an important retreat centre for spiritual tourism in Wales.
Reminder for services and events coming up in the next week or so.
Wednesday 2nd November a requiem service for All Souls. St Meugan’s church Llanrhydd 6.00 pm. We will remember those who have died this year. If you would also like a loved-one remembered please give their name to the clergy as soon as you can. All names to be commemorated will be read out during the service.
Thursday 3rd November Wynne Roberts is the Welsh Elvis –
we look forward to his return for a wonderful evening of entertainment at St Garmon’s church Llanarmon yn Ial. If you have previously purchased a ticket it will be valid. Please check out https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/dyffryn-clwyd-mission-area-31131982011
for tickets, price £8.00. Doors open 6.30 pm, starts at 7.00 pm.
12th November 7.00pm St Peter’s Ruthin Autumn Glory a candlelit concert given by the Voci Chamber choir, musical style baroque and renaissance. It will be free entry, duration approximately an hour. Come and enjoy this feast of music and singing in the beautiful atmosphere of this church.