Your News – June/July 2017
St Mark’s tidy up
Fifty years of rubbish has been cleared away from the grounds of St Mark’s Church, Caia Park in Wrexham. The Tesco’s Community Project team in Wrexham worked alongside the Church Army to remove old junk from the basement of the church, clear pathways, cut down overgrown bushes and clear litter. For the first time in many years light was seen streaming through the beautiful windows of the church’s north aisle. Thank you to Ali Roberts and her team at Tesco, Captain Chris, Josh and Ruth.
Welcome to Mrs Chigumira
The congregation of St Cystennin’s Church near Llandudno Junction recently welcomed Mrs M Chigumira, the wife of the Revd Godfrey Chigumira, from Zimbabwe.
Your News – February/March 2017
Celebrating Australia Day
St Asaph Diocese Mothers’ Union held a celebration of Australia Day recently. On a very cold January day about 80 members of Mother’s Union attended a service celebrating our link with Australia. This year it’s Bendigo. A table with Australian fayre and Welsh fayre was admired and eaten. A table with memorable items from various trips to Australia was well viewed and the service had a special slice of Australian organ music! Revd John Thelwell took the service at the start of his new role as MU chaplain. More information about the St Asaph MU Is available here.
All age Worship at Guilsfield
Grant Balmer and Dylan Bird place the three kings in the crib (left) at the All Age Worship Family Service held at Guilsfield on the first Sunday after Epiphany.
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