To worship God and express the love of Jesus in the world

Welcome to St Edmund’s Church in Crickhowell. Join us for worship this Sunday, or find out about our midweek activities.

Sermons

Change Your Focus

… from earth to heaven, from down to up. When we are faithful to our citizenship of heaven then we can fulfil our mission on earth.

The Temptations of Jesus

The temptations of Jesus in the wilderness are often seen as generic classes of temptation: material needs, power, immortality. But they are much more than that. Satan was attacking Jesus’ mission by trying to misdirect him into changing his priorities and shifting focus away from the Kingdom.

Ash Wednesday 2019

The prophet Joel issues a challenge to Israel and to us to repent and return to the Lord with all our hearts.

Blog

Lent Course – Week 1

What a great turnout for the first session! Lots of productive discussion and sharing of experiences, and this week learning more about Peter’s background.

News from Karachi

We are pleased to report that Failtus, the student we are partly sponsoring through theological college in Karachi, Pakistan, is now in his second year and is doing very well. We have received this report from Dr Pervais Sultan. I am happy to report on Failtus, a seminary student support partly by your church for the deficit in his expenses on behalf of St. Thomas’ Theological College. 1st Term: 68.4%, 2nd Term: 74%, 3rd Term: 70.5% He is always found… [Continue Reading]

Consider your calling

This article appeared on the St Padran’s Institute Facebook page recently and offers a real challenge to all of us. In my role I encounter much discussion about the idea of calling into Christian ministry. For most people, their understanding of calling is determined by the bible’s descriptions of Old Testament prophets like Moses, Samuel, Jonah and Amos, or New testament characters like the disciples and Paul. These exemplary characters are portrayed as being personally summoned by God for their… [Continue Reading]

Whats Happening

There’s always a lot going on St Edmund’s and in the community.