The first service of the day in the parish was the Easter Liturgy at St. Tudno’s at 5.30 am. The service began in the dark with lighting of the new Paschal Candle from a new fire, after which the Exsultet was sung. The service included renewal of baptismal vows and the first Eucharist of Easter.
The service was followed by a breakfast of bacon baps and marmalade muffins provided by the Friends of St. Tudno’s Church.
The annual service of Light and Shadows was held on Wednesday 12 April and was a joint service with Aberconwy Mission Area. The service began with lighting of candles. During the reading of the Passion Gospel the candles were gradually extinguished, finishing with the old Paschal Candle, and the service ended in darkness.
During winter services at St. Tudno’s are held one a month and are followed by refreshments. On Sunday 26 February the service was a reflection on St. David’s life and work and was led by the Friends of St. Tudno’s Church. The photograph shows members of the congregation enjoying refreshments after the service.
Three services were held at St. Tudno’s on Sunday 18 December, which enabled everyone attending to be seated safely and comfortably. The 3.00 pm service was attended by 68 people, with music provided by Holy Trinity Choir. At 4.30 pm there were 98 people and they enjoyed listening to the Holy Trinity Handbell Ringers. The final service at 6.00 pm was attended by 59 people, while Cantamus Chamber Choir provided the music. The church was prepared by the Friends of St. Tudno’s, who also lit the paths, and more photographs can be seen on the Friends’ page.
Holy Trinity Choir at the 3.00 pm service.
Holy Trinity Handbell Ringers at the 4.30 pm service.
Cantamus Chamber Choir at the 6.00 pm service.
The November Sunday service at St. Tudno’s was an Advent Reflection on the 27th. The service was led by the Friends of St. Tudno’s and was followed with hot drinks and cakes.
The annual service to remember the local men who died in the Boer War was held at St. Tudno’s on Saturday 12 November. After a short service in the church, wreaths were laid at the Boer War Memorial in the churchyard by the Mayor of Llandudno and by the President of the Lions Club of Llandudno. The Air Cadets, the Sea Cadets and the RNA were all represented at the service.
Harvest Festival at St. Tudno’s was celebrated on Sunday 9 October. The service included presentation at the altar of gifts of food for Conwy Food Bank. The service was followed by tea and cakes – which were eaten outside as it was warmer there!
An archive of events from 2007 to 2015 can be found here. Pages have been transferred from the old website.