Many thanks to the Venerable Sue Pinnington, Archdeacon of the Gwent Valleys and Director of Mission for the Monmouth Diocese
who presided and preached at the joint Ministry Area Eucharist today at St Cadoc’s, Caerleon.
A thought provoking message on mission, with a challenge to pray and serve our communities
At St John the Baptist church, Llanhennock next Saturday, 23rd March at 10.00am. The church will be open from 10am to 2pm for personal prayer and reflection. Set services are as follows: Morning Prayer at 10.00am, Eucharist at 12.00pm and Afternoon Prayer at 2.00pm. The village hall will be open for use of toilet.…Details
A lovely morning of fellowship and eating pancakes and cakes was enjoyed by parishioners at the home of Myfanwy and Richard Bowen.
Many thanks to all who contributed to the success of the event especially Myf and Richard for their hospitality.
On 1st March, St Cadoc’s church hosted the 2019 World Day of Prayer with Caerleon & Ponthir Churches Together. A thought provoking service, with the theme, ‘Come- Everything is Ready!’ based on Jesus’ parable taken from the Gospel of John Ch 14 and prepared by the Christian women of Slovenia. The services was led…Details
A BIG THANK YOU to the 22 willing volunteers who turned up at All Saints church on Saturday 23rd February to polish, scrub, wipe, hoover, dust, wash, clean and tidy! What a difference we made in two hours. An extra special thank you goes to Katie Moore who made the delicious lemon cake to go…Details