Due to the temporary closure of a section of Caerleon Road there will be no services held at All Saints on Sunday 19th November 2017. All other services in the Caerleon Ministry area are unaffected.
Yesterday, we shared and enjoyed Parish Breakfast at St Cadoc’s whilst raising over £250.00 for Newport Night Shelter.
To find out more about their excellent work making a difference to the homeless in Newport, please go to http://edengate.org.uk/newport-night-shelter/
A congregation of 22 filled St Tegvedd’s on Sunday 15th October for our Harvest Festival. A group of volunteers had decorated the church beautifully, with generous contributions from members of the community; and, thanks to some peculiar weather systems in the Atlantic, the temperature was in the high teens with glorious sunshine streaming into the…Details
Every month, members from the Churches Together in Caerleon group dress up and visit the local schools to present an Open The Book assembly. Open the Book is a nationwide project which offers primary school children an opportunity to hear the major stories of the Bible. Our local team of Christians come from the Lodge Hill Evangelical…Details
On Sunday, the Sunday school children at St Cadoc’s were very creative, making wedding invitations for all!
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Just a few photos following our happy evening of fellowship as we celebrate God’s good gifts around us!
A wonderful Harvest service with praise, songs and thanksgiving by the children of Ponthir Church in Wales school at All Saints, Llanfrechfa.
You are invited to our Pre-Advent Bible Study, ‘Angels’ in Art … in Scripture … in Music A three session study led by Reverend Elaine Hills on how we can better understand God’s angels and archangels through the ways that they have been portrayed throughout the ages. The discussion will be based on scripture and…Details
The new stained glass window in memory of the late Jon Abbott and Denis and Joyce Drew has been installed at All Saints church, Llanfrechfa.
You are all welcome to join us at the Joint Service at 10.30am on Sunday, 22nd October for the dedication of the new window.
Reverend Kevin Lake will officiate.
As part of the Harvest celebrations at St Cadoc’s, the Sunday school children made hands to ‘pick the fruit of the vine’.