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We are OPEN from Sunday 19 July

We are OPEN for public worship from this Sunday, 19 July, at 10am at All Saints (55 seats). On Wednesday at All Saints at 10.30amOn Thursday at St David’s (17 seats) andOn Friday at St John’s (25 seats). Sunday 26th will see us approaching our usual pattern:08.30 at St John the Baptist (25 seats)09.30 at…

Weekly Sheet 19 July 2020

Click here for this week’s Weekly Sheet. Greetings:The Good News:  from Sunday, 19th July we are able to re-open for public worship. This means our churches can be used as they are meant to be and we can gather together – at a distance! Risk assessments have been completed and so on but we will begin at All Saints this Sunday at…

Llandaff Matters newsletter 10 July 2020

Here is the latest issue of Llandaff Matters, that Diocese newsletter. Click here. The First Minister announced today that churches which can meet strict hygiene measures can reopen for worship from Sunday 19 July. More on this – including a message from Bishop June – in the latest edition of Llandaff Matters.

Parish magazine Summer 2020

Who’d have thought that we’d have a third issue completed during lockdown! We thrive on personal contact, so it’s a big challenge to share our thoughts when that contact is so drastically curtailed. And yet our lovely band of contributors continues to write and we, once again, have a Parish magazine full of news and…

Lockdown – your questions answered

From Bridgend County Borough Council:The following information helps clarify current Welsh Government regulations and guidance over what arrangements are in place within Bridgend County Borough during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. Please note that while some different guidance and regulations have been issued by UK Government for England and reported on by national media, this does…

URGENT CALL for scrub bags in Bridgend County Borough

Residents of are being called upon to help make scrub bags for care workers across Bridgend County Borough. Whether you are a seamstress or tailor by trade, enjoy sewing as a hobby or are looking for something new to have a go at, you can help! Care workers require scrub bags to change out of…

‘The buildings are closed but the church is open’

 As our history pages make clear, the buildings are a convenience but they are not the church – the church is people, people like us called by God and finding him in our lives. Holy Week and Easter this year were certainly very different experiences, allowing us time ’out’ to think, pray and read in…