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Imagine having severe pain for hours, days, months and even years. Imagine, even if you could afford it, having nowhere to get your pain relieved. Having retired as a dentist, Ed is very pleased to discover another opportunity to join a Dentaid team, this time providing pain relief dentistry and oral health education in Sri Lanka. Throughout his career, Ed has always been passionate about preventative dentistry. This included helping people minimise pain and decay through simple diet control and effective… [Continue Reading]
After many months of investigation in the great deserts of Egypt, Nora the Explorer has discovered the amazing truth behind the story of Joseph, aided by an army of smaller explorers from reception through to year 9. And today we can reveal photographic evidence of all that went on within her secret camp at Crickhowell Primary School. Can you decipher these ancient hieroglyphics?
What better weather for a barbecue than this year’s long, hot summer, and what finer location than Llanfellte farm above the Usk valley to hold it. Great fun, great games that were, shall we say, a little competitive, and fine dining in a bun. Here is a selection of the pictures taken.
Come and discover more about the Christian faith! We are going to start a three-year course, Theology for Life, in the St Catwg Ministry Area, Crickhowell. The induction module is starting on 14 June 2018 at St Edmund’s Church, Crickhowell. If you live in the area, it might be an opportunity for you to learn more about your faith and therefore be more able to serve Christ in our world. You may still be in the process of discerning what God is calling you to… [Continue Reading]
Over the Whitsun bank holiday St Edmund’s once again hosted as part of the Crickhowell Open Studios weekend. There was a great variety of art and craft work on display, and of course tea and cake.
The video of Mission Together 2018 produced by Lee Abbey, and their own photo gallery from the event
On the day of Pentecost the Holy Spirit descends on the Apostles like ‘tongues of fire’ and they begin to speak in other languages. The people are amazed at this miracle and about 3000 are baptised that day. Wait, no. That’s not what it says in Acts 2. They began to speak in other languages and the people were confused. Some were ‘amazed and perplexed’ and others thought the Apostles were drunk. So what happened to turn confusion into conversion?… [Continue Reading]
Dear everyone, Greeting in the name of our lord and Saviour Jesus Christ! I write to express my thanks and appreciation for everyone’s participation in Mission Together 2018. It has been a pleasure to see the ten churches in the Ministry Area working together with each other, and the Lee Abbey team, to share our faith with the whole community, not only inside our churches, but in our schools, care homes, at coffee mornings and toddler groups, as well as at the two major… [Continue Reading]
It’s been a fabulous ten days and the weather could not have been better. The churches in the Ministry Area came together for a family ceilidh on the first Saturday, a huge success with many people coming in from the town and further afield. The Lee Abbey team joined us for Open the Book, with the launch of Prayer Spaces in Schools and at a wedding party at Llanbedr School, making contact with over 600 children in our Ministry Area…. [Continue Reading]
My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Greetings in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ! Those who were in the church this morning might have noticed some new faces, at least one or two are members. Following the service at the Annual Vestry Meeting we gathered together to celebrate all that we have achieved as a church in 2017. There was a sense of gratitude to all those who work tirelessly for the Lord in this place. We are blessed with… [Continue Reading]
Our Messy Church service this month was on the theme of Jesus encounter with his disciples on the beach after his resurrection. There was plenty of fishy fun as you can see in these photos.
On Saturday 24th March we heard this year’s Lent Lecture, the first in a series of annual lectures towards the end of Lent. His Honour Anthony Seys Llewellyn QC presented a talk entitled ‘Jesus of Nazareth – guilty or not guilty?‘ It was good to see so many people from around the Ministry Area and from the town. You can listen to the entire talk, read the transcript and see a short video clip here.