Sermons by Morgan Llewellyn
Our service for Remembrance Sunday comes from St Elli’s Church, Llanelly, and is led by Julian Stedman. The preacher is Revd Morgan Llewellyn.
Mairwen Large leads a service of Morning Worship from St Michael & All Angels, Cwmdu, and Revd Morgan Llewellyn preaches
On the 75th Anniversary of VJ Day, Ann Williams leads a service of Morning Prayer from St Catwg’s Church, Llangattock, and Revd Morgan Llewellyn preaches.
Eric Gower leads our service of Morning Prayer from St Cynidr & St Mary’s Church, Llangynidr, with Revd Morgan Llewellyn preaching.
Ann Williams leads this morning’s service from St Catwg’s church, Llangattock. Morgan Llewellyn preaches and talks about the work of the Open the Book team in bringing Bible stories to life for primary school children.
Revd Sally Rees leads our service for the 5th Sunday of Easter, based in St Cenau’s Llangenny.
In the last of this section on John’s Gospel we look again at Jesus the Bread of Life and at how Jesus was trying to get his audience to look beyond the physical and see their own spiritual needs and their need of a deeper, persistent connection with God, through Jesus.
A reflection on the sacrifices made in war, and the way we must honour the debt to those who made them, not only in remembering but also in the way we live our lives. Due to a technical fault, the first few seconds of this recording are missing. Morgan refers to the fact that there are quite a number of young people present, either with their families or with uniformed organisations.