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Parish magazine October 2021

Here we are at Harvest Festival, a lovely time of year – and it looks as if we are able to celebrate a little more than last year! Once again, we have a packed magazine. It’s lovely to hear the news from each of our churches, particularly as we start to meet  again face-to-face. Fr…

Go Rachel, Go!

Rachel Johns is running the London Marathon on Sunday 3rd October 2021. Find out why here and support Rachel and the charity 2 Wish Upon A Star. Rachel, we wish you good luck with every step – Go Rachel, Go!

Parish magazine September 2021

September is a time of new beginnings with the start of a new school year and many young people off on new adventures. With restrictions relaxing at long last, let’s hope this is the beginning of “life as usual”! I’m not sure if it’s the welcome freedom, the summer holidays or a month without a…

Parish magazine Summer 2021

Summer is here! (…well on some days, anyway!) For many of us that means the holidays are just around the corner. We may not be able to go away this year, but we’re lucky to live where we do, so join me and explore and enjoy Porthcawl with “holiday eyes”. Once again, the magazine is packed…

We’re starting to sing on Sunday!

I’m sure you will all be delighted to know that we are starting to sing from Sunday 27 June! …although face masks will need to be worn. Here is the guidance that was posted on the Church in Wales website: What has changed? Welsh Government has now indicated that congregational singing may resume as part…

Parish magazine June 2021

Thank goodness the sun is shining and it’s feeling  a little warmer! We’ve certainly seen a lot of wind and rain in May, although it doesn’t seem to have dampened people’s spirit as the world around us flows back to its usual rhythm. I know it’s early days and we still have to take care,…

Parish magazine May 2021

As the restrictions are lifted, so too are our spirits. Slowly, slowly things are getting back to how they were before we found ourselves in this pandemic. Face masks will be with us for a while yet, and hand sanitiser will continue to be on our shopping lists, but we’re getting there! There’s a feeling…

Tributes to the Duke of Edinburgh

Bishop of Llandaff pays tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh Bishop June Osborne expressed sadness on hearing the news of the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. On behalf of the Diocese of Llandaff, Bishop June offers her sincere condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and will keep members of the Royal Family in her prayers. Churches are asked…