Churches Together

Mumbles Churches Together Tea

This year, the Mumbles Churches Together Tea will be held on Sunday 21 July 2019 from 3 o’clock in Newton Village Hall.

For £4 you will be able to sample a selection of delicious sandwiches and cakes together with good fellowship from other worshippers.

A 5 o’clock Evensong in St Peter’s Church will follow the tea. Proceeds from the Tea will be donated to Zack’s Place.

For further details please contact Lynne Turner

 

Churches Together in Mumbles

From now on information about events being held by the various Churches in Mumbles will be displayed on this website. It would be wonderful if we could all attend some, if not all the events.

On Thursday 24 January the Baptist Church start an Alpha Course at 7pm in David Morgan’s house (next to Norton Garage).

On Sunday 27 January at 7.30, there will be a Songs of Praise service held in Mumbles Baptist Church.

On 15 February at 7.30 there will be Fundraiser Concert in Mumbles Tabernacle Church. Please see the details on St Peter’s Church notice board.

All Saints Church will be hosting Asylum Seekers on Sunday 24 February. Lunch will be served in the Lower Parish rooms at 12.30. Following lunch a number of activities will be arranged for the Asylum Seekers, then they will be brought back to All Saints by 4.30 for tea.

In half term week there will be two Messy Church events. On 27 February at 10 am Castleton Church are the hosts. The following day 28 February the Baptist Church are hosting an event.

This year the World Day of Prayer will be held in Castleton Church (next to the bus stop), on Friday 1 March. At 12.30 soup a roll and a welsh cake (as it is St David’s Day) will be served, followed by the service at 2pm.

The Clydach Passion Play will once again be held in All Saints Church on Friday 5 April. Time to be confirmed. I urge anyone who has not already seen the play to make an effort to attend.

Following the success of the “Scratch” Choir at the Christian Unity Ecumenical service
on Sunday, Parson Alex Anderson from the Baptist Church suggested that this practice is encouraged. Anyone from St Peter’s who is interested please contact Lynne Turner.