Glasbury, Llowes and Clyro churches

St Peter’s Church, Glasbury-on-Wye

St Michael’s Church, Clyro

 

St Meilig’s Church, Llowes

All Saints’ Church, Glasbury-on-Wye


Services in November

Sunday 5th November

9-30 am St Meilig’s, Llowes Holy Communion

11-00 am St Peter’s, Glasbury Holy Communion

Sunday 12th November

8-30 am St Michael and All Angels, Clyro Holy Communion

10-45 am St Peter’s, Glasbury Service of Remembrance

3-00 pm The Green, Glasbury Act of Remembrance

Sunday 19th November

9-30 am St Peter’s, Glasbury Holy Communion

11-00 am Holy Trinity, Bettws Holy Communion

Sunday 26th November

9-30 St Michael and All Angels, Clyro Holy Communion

11-00 am All Saints, Glasbury Holy Communion

Sunday 3rd December

9-30 am St Meilig’s, Llowes Holy Communion

11-00 am St Peter’s, Glasbury Holy Communion


The Vicar Writes

On this Remembrance Sunday let us remember those who sacrificed their lives in the hope and belief of a better future for the world.  For, without the sacrifice of the generations that have gone before us, we would not be able to join this great Act of our Remembrance; we would not be able to perform our actions of belief and faith.  The freedom to assemble together here would not be our right.

We owe a great debt, therefore, to those who fought and died to preserve for us this freedom of worship, this freedom of assembly together to make our prayers and give our praises this and every day.  On Remembrance Sunday we commemorate especially those who made the supreme sacrifice; those whose courage and strength, whose efforts and skills won for us all the freedom and opportunities we now enjoy.

We are not to forget.  War memorials and monuments are all very well; but it is the human heart and the human memory and traditions that the true remembrance must always be, and the understanding we must keep fresh, that our privileges and rights have been defended for us, by those who died.

On Remembrance Sunday please pray for all who have died for their country in war, who suffer as a result of war; for all the doctors, nurses and chaplains to the forces, for the work of the Royal British Legion, SSAFA, Help for Heroes, who support those who are in need.

Yours in Christ

David