Thanks to the team who cooked and served nearly 50 breakfasts in the hall on Saturday 9th February. We were overwhelmed by the number of folk, aged from 0 to 80+, who arrived. Some had the full cooked breakfast, others settled for coffee (or tea) and cake, while some managed both.
Our next breakfast is scheduled for Saturday 2nd March 10am – 12noon in Llanishen Village Hall.
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A week of what??!!
A WAP is one way to go on retreat – in daily life, without going away to a retreat house. Those taking part meet together at the beginning – perhaps on the Sunday afternoon – to be introduced to ways of praying with a passage from scripture. Then, each day during the week, they undertake to spend about half an hour praying by themselves and then meet with the person who is ‘accompanying’ them for no more than half an hour. That person will listen to what happened in their prayer time and offer suggestions for what to pray with next. At the end of the week everyone meets together again to celebrate what has happened during the week.
If you’ve never done something like this before, it may sound scary but it can be a wonderful experience of drawing close to God and receiving support, encouragement, guidance.
It would be a good way to make space for Jesus in the busyness of Christmas preparations.
The dates are Sunday 2nd December – Saturday 8th December.
Your prayer time can be when and where you choose; individual meetings would take place at the Vicarage.
If you would like to know more, even if you can’t manage this particular week, do talk to Janet.
Trelleck Grange celebrate their Harvest Festival on Sunday 7th October
Harvest Thanksgiving Service in church at 11am
Harvest Lunch at The Fountain at 12noon
Main course choice: Beef / Lamb / Pork / Vegetarian (Nut Roast)
Adult £8.95 Child £4.50
Dessert choice at the meal £4.50
Tickets must be booked and paid for by Tuesday 2nd October
Contact Grace 01600 860263
Jesus’ disciples saw the difference prayer made to Jesus himself and they asked him to pass on a few tips. And so he taught them what we know as The Lord’s Prayer.
A group is gathering over 5 Monday evenings to think about that prayer – what does it say and what does it mean?
We are using a booklet from the Pilgrim Course – information is on www.pilgrimcourse.org
You can order the book (£6) from Amazon or ask Janet to order for you.
The next meeting is on 8th October in the vicarage.
7pm coffee and catch-up
finish by 9pm
If you can’t get to the meetings you can still listen to some of the audio and/or watch the videos on the Pilgrim Course website
Thank you to all who supported the Harvest Supper and Auction in the Carpenter’s Arms on Sunday evening, especially to
our magnificent auctioneer, Gary Jones,
and his glamorous assistant, Jocelyn Hickling,
and to Paul and Jacqui for their hospitality.
Between you all, you raised a record £952 as well as having a highly entertaining evening.
Next year’s date is already booked: 22 September 2019
Harvest Thanksgiving Service is at 11am in St Denis Church.
Supper and Auction 7pm in the Carpenter’s Arms.
Mrs Anne Porter will be very happy to receive offers of lots for the auction!
2.30 pm Sunday 30th September 2018
Starting at Great House Farm Fishing Lodge
Each car entry £5 for 2 entrants and £10 if more than 2 are in the car.
Proceeds to the church.
Prize of a magnum of champagne.
Please register with Will Wright: email@example.com
This is important, as he will arrange the timings.
We will gather for a cup of tea at the end – No need to book this.
We support the RABI.
They are holding an
Afternoon Tea with Fashion Show by Baroque Boutique, Abergavenny
on Sunday 19th August at 3pm
at Brythe Farm, Bryngwyn, Raglan NP15 2DA
by kind permission of Tim & Olwen Parry
Tickets £12.50 to include a glass of prosecco and afternoon tea.
Info and tickets:
Gwilym Richards 01600 860300
Rachel Wooff 01291 689359
Neil Smith 07885 257788