St. Peter's Church, Llanbedr

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During the Coronavirus outbreak we will be posting prayers and bible readings, for those who would like to worship at home.  We hope this helps.

 

 

This Blog started with updates on the progress of the work repairing and improving the church building.  This has now finished, and included repairs to the roof and stonework, photovoltaic panels on the roof, improved disabled access, updating the electrics and lighting, installing a sound system and an exciting project making textile panels to show the history of the church and the people who have lived around it.  

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By AE, Nov 27 2020 08:27PM

Just to remind everyone that this Sunday at 4 pm at St Peter's there will be a service to celebrate Darkness to Light, the beginning of Advent.

All welcome!

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By AE, Nov 26 2020 07:11PM

A good day today for a long walk, which calls to mind Tolkein's poem, The Road, from the Lord of the Rings.


Wherever you walked today, I hope it went well.


God bless

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By AE, Nov 25 2020 06:55PM

A cold and frosty evening, and so a magnificent sunset over Llangynidr.


Today the Church in Wales commemorates John Donne, Dean of St Paul's Cathdral in London from 1621 to 1631. Donne was a renowned preacher and composer of prayers - this is a favourite.

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By AE, Nov 24 2020 07:07PM

A good friend shared this prayer with me today. Hopefully it might help you too.


God bless

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By AE, Nov 23 2020 07:09PM

Clement, Bishop of Rome and martyr, is venerated as a Saint on November 23rd by all the major Christian churches. He was reputed to have been consecrated by St Paul in Rome, and included among the group of Apostolic Fathers who had direct connection with the original Apostles.

Clement's epistle to the church in Corinth, dated from the year AD 88, was an important document and the earliest existing document outside the New Testament.

Clement was believed to have travelled to the area now known as Ukraine, where he was imprisoned by the Emperor Trajan. Clement was reputed to have led ministry among his fellow prisoners before being executed in AD 99. His death came from being tied to an anchor and hurled into the sea. Clement is considered patron saint of mariners.

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