Our Light Party provides an alternative to halloween parties, celebrating the fact that God is light and that the light shines in the darkness and the darkness will never overcome it. The party is for under 11s and their siblings. Due to covid restrictions it will be taking place online, via Zoom, from 4:30 to 5:30pm. Places must be booked for every family member attending.
We will be joining together with other Bangor churches for a service on Zoom at 7:30pm.
Once a month we have Café Church on a Sunday evening, taking place on Zoom at 6:30pm and lasting about an hour — a very informal, interactive service with live music, discussion in breakout groups and opportunity for reflection. Our theme this month is God Will Fully Satisfy.
Morning service (online) open to all. This is the recommended time to do the service but it can be done at any time.
On the last Sunday of the month we usually have a communion service. The first part of the service is available to do at any time but the communion is live on Zoom at 11:30am on the Sunday morning.
Post-service chat (live Zoom meeting) open to all.
We have regular weekly Zoom prayer meetings on Wednesdays at noon and on Saturdays at 8:30am, lasting for about 45 minutes. Please contact the office for links to either meeting.
We are also hoping to restart our monthly midweek evening prayer meeting soon, probably using Zoom initially. Watch this space for more information.
On the first Sunday afternoon of each month, weather and covid restrictions permitting, we have a walk for the whole church family – at the pace of the person with the smallest legs! Due to the restrictions, we are limited to 30 people and you must book places for your family (including any children) in advance. Our November walk has been cancelled but we hope to be able to restart in December.
For more information about any of these events, please contact the church office. If your browser is set up to allow it, you can use the following button to send us an email:
Activities at our church premises remain suspended because of the current coronavirus situation. As lockdown eases, we are reviewing new government guidance, alongside advice from the Baptist Union of Great Britain, to decide when it is safe and practical to restart some activities at the church. At the moment we don't know when that will be, or what form it will take, as it is unlikely that we will be able to return to 'normal' for a while yet.
More information about Penrallt and details of what is happening may be found in our monthly newsletters.