What's New at Penrallt?

Details of what's happening at the moment in Penrallt can be found in our weekly news bulletins (here is a PDF copy of the latest one) and monthly newsletters. You can also subscribe to our Google calendar or to the news feed that appears below it on this page.


Christmas Services

Our Sunday School Nativity Service will be on Sunday 15th December at 10:30am. That evening, at 6pm, we will have a (mostly) traditional service of lessons and carols, with several presentation items from a choir assembled especially for the occasion.

On the evening of Sunday 22nd December, at 6pm, there will be an informal service in the rear hall, entitled Music, musings and (maybe) mince pies. This will include some slightly more unusual Christmas carols.

As usual, there will be a short family service on Christmas morning, starting at 10:30am. This year, the offering will be given to Digartref, who provide support and assistance to those affected by homelessness.

Please note that there will be no evening service on Sunday 29th December.

Published: 19th November 2019


Monthly Prayer Meeting

In addition to our regular weekly Saturday morning prayer meetings (8:30am in the Twrgwn Room every Saturday), we have a monthly mid-week evening prayer meeting for the whole congregation. All are warmly encouraged to attend. The meetings usually take place in the chapel, on different nights of the week to give people with other regular commitments a chance to attend. The meetings start at 7:30pm and last about an hour. On the week when the prayer meeting is on, our homegroups do not meet.

The date of the next monthly prayer meeting is Wednesday 11th December and the following two meetings are due to be on Thursday 16th January and Tuesday 11th February.

Published: 13th November 2019


Missions Group Prayer Meeting

Penrallt's Missions Group will be holding our next quarterly prayer meeting at 7:30pm on Monday 27th January at the home of one of our members. You are welcome to join us to hear news of our misionary partners and to pray for them. Please contact the church office if you would like more information.

Published: 12th November 2019


Prayer and Panad

Once a month, the men of Penrallt have a chance to meet together to pray for one another. The meeting usually takes place on the first Wednesday of each month at 10:30am in the Twrgwyn Room. It lasts for about an hour. After we have prayed, we go across the road for a cup of coffee.

The next Prayer & Panad meeting will be on Wednesday 4th December.

Published: 11th November 2019


Care Home Services

Once a month, a team from Penrallt visits Haulfre, a care home in Llangoed (near Beaumaris), to take a short service for the residents. The services are usually on the first Sunday afternoon of the month, starting 2:15pm. You are very welcome to join us. We are particularly in need of musicians and Welsh speakers.

The next service is due to be on Sunday 8th December (NB the second Sunday of the month), when we will be singing Christmas carols. Please contact the church office to confirm the date or or if you would like more information or would like to join the team.

Published: 6th November 2019


Bible Unzipped

Back after a 2 year break, Bible Unzipped is a free, monthly seminar that aims to unpack Scripture in greater depth than can be achieved in a Sunday sermon and to equip those leading in the church with some tools for studying and teaching from the Bible, teaching theology in an accessible way which both challenges and stretches us. It is led by several local ministers, including Peter Cousins, retired Minister of Penrallt.

The meetings usually happen on the third Saturday of the month at Rhos-on-Sea United Reformed Church, from 9:30am to 12pm. There are two sessions each morning, on different subjects, with a break for coffee and cookies between them. The next meeting, the final one of the year, will be on Saturday 16th November.

You are welcome to contact the church office for further information.

Published: 22nd October 2019


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