Starting in mid-November, Kindle is a (free) fortnightly kids' club on Fridays from 6 to 7pm. All primary aged children are welcome and there is a space for parents to stay and chat over a panad while the club is on. Dates before Christmas are 18th November, 2nd December and 16th December For more information, contact Becca (email@example.com).
Our services are open to all. They usually take place at 10:30am on Sundays, with a congregation in the building and others joining us on Zoom. For details and links, see our services page:
On the last Sunday of the month we usually have a communion service. Communion is served in a Covid-safe manner to those in the building; those on Zoom will need bread and wine (or equivalent) to fully take part.
Our evening services are usually at 6pm on Sundays, with a variety of formats, and are not broadcast or recorded. See the monthly newsletter for details of individual services.
We have regular weekly Zoom prayer meetings on Wednesdays at 11:30am and on Saturdays at 8:30am, lasting for about 45 minutes to an hour. Please contact the church office for links to either meeting.
Our monthly evening prayer meetings are now on Sunday evenings, usually on the third Sunday of the month at 6pm in the church building. Please check the latest newsletter for confirmation and further details.
A quiet shared space where it's ok not to be ok. Open every Thursday, 10:30am – 12:30pm for chat, shared hobbies and company, with free refreshments. All are welcome. Please drop in.
Soul Sisters is Penrallt's women's fellowship group. They usually meet on the second Saturday morning of the month for various activities. More details can be found in our monthly newsletters.
Penrallt youth (11-18) meet on Thursdays at 7pm for Ignite, a group that is usually based in the church building but sometimes ventures further afield as they do different activities week to week. We also have a group called Deeper that meets during our Sunday morning services for deeper discussions about life, Christianity and anything else the young people want to discuss. You are welcome to get in touch with our youth worker, Becca (firstname.lastname@example.org), for more information.
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More information about Penrallt and details of what is happening may be found in our monthly newsletters.