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

Welcome to St Edmund’s Church in Crickhowell. The building is now open for private prayer for 2 hours per day, and the church community is still very much open.

Sermons

Messy Church Special – Mary and Martha

Welcome to St Edmund’s Messy Church. This is the second in our series of five summer specials throughout August, looking at the lives of some of the people closest to Jesus. This week we look at Mary and Martha. There are 5 videos in this YouTube playlist, so keep watching as we move through the story. The whole event takes about 30 minutes. If you’d like to email us pictures during the week, showing some of your craft activities, or… [Continue Reading]

Sunday 9 August

Julian Stedman leads worship from St Elli’s Church, Llanelly and the sermon is by Revd Jeremy Bevan.

Messy Church Special – Peter

Welcome to St Edmund’s Messy Church. This is the first in our series of five summer specials throughout August, looking at the lives of some of the people closest to Jesus. This week we look at Peter. There are 4 videos in this YouTube playlist, so keep watching as we move through the story. The whole event takes about 20 minutes. If you’d like to email us pictures during the week, showing some of your craft activities, or a story… [Continue Reading]

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Reflections on Morning Prayer – Week 21

We have come to the first section of Morning Prayer where we have some discretion. This is not a time to be wasted – we can move straight into our intercessory prayers – but that would be to miss one of the most valuable opportunities we have – to reflect on the Scriptures we have been reading. What is God saying to me today? At the beginning of his leadership, Joshua was given these words in order to lead the… [Continue Reading]

Reflections on Morning Prayer – Week 20

What can be said about the New Testament in a short reflection? Firstly, we can ask the question, why were the books written? John sums up the reason for writing his gospel and his first letter, thus: … these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name. John 20. 30,31 I write these things to you who believe in the name of… [Continue Reading]

Reflections on Morning Prayer – Week 19

How can we consider the contents of the whole of the Old Testament within a short reflection? There’s clearly no space for a book-by-book commentary, but here are some headings relating to the themes contained in it, which prepare the way for God’s full revelation of his plan of redemptive love through Jesus Christ, as recorded in the New Testament. The account in the first chapter of Genesis of God’s perfect creation God saw all that he had made, and… [Continue Reading]