St Andrew’s

Penrice Church

The church is dedicated to St Andrew. It is a Norman church of the early 12th Century. It was renovated in the late 19th Century. A comprehensive history of the church is available at:

http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/wa-11542-church-of-st-andrew-penrice

 

Service Times

May 2017

1st Sunday         08:30                Morning Prayer

2nd Sunday        10:00                UB Holy Eucharist, Penrice

3rd Sunday         08:30                Holy Eucharist

4th Sunday         08:30                Holy Eucharist

 

Other Services

Ministry Area Christian Aid Service on Sunday 14 May at 4 pm in Reynoldston Village Hall.  The preacher will be the Bishop of Swansea and Brecon.  This will be an ecumenical service to mark the beginning of Christian Aid Week.

Thursday 25th May at 10 am  Ascension Day. Holy Eucharist, St Andrew’s, Penrice Celebrant: Revd. Carol.  Preacher: Revd.: Sue Knight

 

Opening Times Key available via the rector

The graveyard, memorials and the parish registers have been catalogued and published by the Glamorgan Family History Society.

A number of distinguished individuals and established Gower families have memorials at the Church.

Public Transport

please look at the link to the explore Gower bus timetable

 

Regular talks are held in Penrice church.  The 2017 season is as follows:

Tuesday 25th April: ‘The story of William Crach – Murder in Gower’  Andrew Dulley, Assistant County Archivist.

Tuesday 23rd May: ‘Mosses and Lichen in Gower’  Barry Stewart

Tuesday 20th June: ‘Gower’s Lost Lanes’  Richard Daugherty

Tuesday 12th September: ‘Alfred Parkman in Gower’  Ronald Austin

 

All lectures start at 7 pm.  Admission £7.50 payable on the door, to include wine and refreshments.

Friday 4th August:  Concert in the President’s Marquee, Gower Show-ground, Penrice

 

 

To be added to our mailing list for the Penrice Lectures and other events please contact Angela Barnett:

angela@abarnett08.wanadoo.co.uk

Details of previous lectures can be found at the link on the following line.

Penrice Lectures 2006-15

 

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