Bro Lliedi Local Ministry Area
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Issue 3 of our Bro Lliedi LMA Newsletter is now available by clicking on the image below.
Canon Huw Mosford’s Sunday morning reflection will be
premiered on our Facebook page at 10am every Sunday
Thankfully many of us have now received Covid vaccines. We in the developed world are in a very privileged position in this respect. Not all our brothers and sisters across the globe are as fortunate.
Christian aid have launched an appeal to support those not as blessed we are.
If you have, or are soon to have a vaccine, please consider donating to this appeal and help stop the spread of Covid 19 by clicking the image below.
We are pleased to announce that from November 9th services will resume in Bro Lliedi LMA, please note that they will not follow the normal schedule for the time being.
Due to limited numbers we have set up a dedicated booking line. We strongly urge you to book a space by calling 07311213854. Booking will close 48 hours before the service. For full information regarding times and locations of services please visit the COVID-19 update section of our website.
Please Share with all members of our congregation
Daily Hope, which is available from today, offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.
The United Benefice and Local Ministry Area of Bro Lliedi was created on 9th November 2017.
The Bro Lliedi Local Ministry Area is part of the Arch Deaconry of Carmarthen, in the Diocese of St David’s within the Church in Wales. The Local Ministry Area (LMA) comprising of the former parishes of Llanelli, Dafen, Felinfoel, Llangennech and Llwynhendy with a population of over 68,000 is situated in the South Eastern corner of Carmarthenshire in South West Wales. It lies some twelve miles west of the City of Swansea and the Town of Llanelli itself covers approximately 2070 acres. The LMA is a coastal region where the Welsh language is still widely spoken. It has a long association with the tinplate, steel, and coal mining industries, and is the home of the world-famous Llanelli Scarlets, one of Wales’ four regional rugby teams.