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Rector’s Letter September 1916

The figures of angels in Holy Trinity Church have always intrigued me. They are simply everywhere: stone angels high up on the pillars; carved wooden ones on the clergy/choir stalls, on the altar rails and on the altar riddle posts and reredos; and of course there are angels in many of the stained […]

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Calendar for September 2016

Britain in Bloom judging at St. Tudno’s

On Friday 12 August the Britain in Bloom judges visited St. Tudno’s Churchyard as part of Gogarth Ward’s entry in the competition. Members of the Churchyards Committee told the judges about the management of the churchyard for wildlife conservation.


St. Tudno’s open day, 2016

The Friends of St. Tudno’s annual open day at St. Tudno’s was held on Saturday 6 August. The theme was “Exploring the Churchyard” and visitors were invited to test a new, self-guided churchyard tour with children’s activities which is being developed by the Churchyards Committee. The Friends served refreshments in the church and […]

Friends’ outing 2016

On 30 June the Friends had an outing to Mary Jones World, Bala, and Pennant Melangell. At Mary Jones World we learnt about Mary’s 26 mile walk to by a Bible and how that inspired the formation of the Bible Society. After lunch we visited Shepherd’s Stream Retreat and St. Melangell’s Church, where […]

Wales in Bloom

The Churchyards Committee put on a display on the three churchyards as part of the judging for Wales in Bloom on 13 July.


Members of the new PCC were commissioned at a Eucharist service on 16 June and the Churchwardens were presented with their staves.

GOES visit

On Thursday 4 August members of the Great Orme Exploration Society visited St. Tudno’s. The evening included a walk to St. Tudno’s Well, which was visited with kind permission of the landowners, and finished with tea and cakes.

God in Creation service

On Sunday 26 June there was a joint service with St. Cystennin’s Church. The service, with the theme “Gog in Creation” was prepared and led by members of the two congregations and was followed by a bring-and-share picnic.