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Sometimes there is just nowhere to hide. If God is calling you, there can be no excuses because he knows you through and through and he knows what he wants from you. If you feel you haven’t the gifts, he will shower them upon you. If you haven’t the courage, he will hold you up. If you don’t know what to say, he will put the words in your mouth. As Bishop David Jenkins said, ‘if you feel you are… [Continue Reading]
St Edmund’s young bell ringers attended the Carol Service at Nevill Hall Hospital, Abergavenny on 19th December 2017. The service was well attended led by Revd Michael Marsden.
We look forward to welcoming the Lee Abbey mission team for the first time on Sunday 26th November. Mission Chaplain Nick Haigh will be preaching at the 8.15 and 10.45 services and we will hear a testimony from another member of the team at 10.45. This is an exciting time as we look forward to working with the team between Ascension and Pentecost next year. Find out more on the Ministry Area website.
Author Nathan Munday discusses his new book ‘Seven Days’ with Eric Gower and talks about his experiences on the trek, how he came to write the book and how it links in with his own Christian faith. William Blake once said that great things are done when men and mountains meet. I say that greater things happen when somebody stays in the mountains for seven days or more. New worlds are formed, dreams merge with reality; those things which are impossible,… [Continue Reading]
We are pleased to announce that Sherill Worgan has been appointed as a member of the safeguarding committee for the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon. The first meeting will be in November.
Items collected as part of our Harvest thanksgiving giving ready to be taken to Brecon Food Bank.
Congratulations to Bishop John Davies on his appointment as Archbishop of Wales, from Reverend Rana Khan and all in the St Catwg ministry area.
The first few pictures from our Holiday Bible Club
In John’s gospel, in the description of the Last Supper, we see Jesus praying for his followers and for those who would come to Jesus through them (John 17:20). He introduced them to the truth, gave them a wonderful training and equipped them with all they needed to fulfil God’s mission in the world (John 17:14-18). Although he chose his disciples, here he refers to them as given to him by God (John 17:24). We see the triune God, Father,… [Continue Reading]
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Thy Kingdom Come is an initiative from the bishops of England and Wales for people to commit to praying for 10 minutes a day in the 10 days between Ascension and Pentecost. Sally Rees has some copies of the bilingual printed card but in case you haven’t seen or don’t see her you can download it from here. It is intended to be printed double-sided on a single sheet of A4. There are many more resources on the website. With… [Continue Reading]
Rogation Sunday is traditionally the day for beating the bounds – walking round the parish and praying for every aspect of life. This is what we do in a smaller way each year at Cwmdu, praying for the farming community, the crops and the livestock, and the people. This year we were blessed with fine weather and stood among the sheep, before moving on into the village.