Because of the coronavirus pandemic, both Holy Trinity Church and St. Tudno’s Church are closed until further notice.

Weekly newsletters, March 2020

While there are no services during the COVID-19 pandemic, we aim to send out weekly newsletters to keep everyone in touch.  There will be one for the Ministry Area in general and one for St. Tudno’s Church (many of whose “family” come from outside the Ministry Area). If you would like to receive one of these, please use the Contact form to let us know and indicate which newsletter(s) you would like to receive.

Prayer resources in St. Tudno’s, 22 March 2020

St. Tudno’s Church is open for private prayer and reflection on weekends and Wednesdays till the end of March, then every day from 1 April. The church is opened by a small team of volunteers. If one day the church is not open it is possible that one of the team had had to start self-isolating and we ask for your understanding.

St. Tudno's Church from the NE

At St. Tudno’s the “Pine Cone Prayers” can be used for reflection and the pine cones left before the altar. The pine cones are a plentiful natural resource at St. Tudno’s, coming from our 100 year old black pine trees.

Pine cone prayers at St. Tudno's Church

Pine cones at St. Tudno's

Prayer resources in Holy Trinity, 22 March 2020

Mothering Sunday resources for private prayer in Holy Trinity. The pictures are by Sr Mary Stephen: Jesus meets his mother and Jesus and the women of Jerusalem. More of her stations of the cross in hands to follow in the coming days.

Prayer resources on Holy Trinity altar

If you have a point to raise

Coronavirus situation

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, all the services and activities at both Holy Trinity Church and St. Tudno’s Church have been suspended until further notice.

St. David’s Day at St. Tudno’s, 1 March 2020

A Eucharist service was held to celebrate St. David’s Day.

St. Davids Day Service

Bulletin for 15 March, Lent 3

Bulletin for 15 March

Services at St. Tudno’s Church April – May 2020

Sunday 5 April, 12.00 noon, Palm Sunday service, followed by refreshments.

Wednesday 8 April, 7.00 pm, Tennebrae Service for Holy Week: healing in the house of Martha and Mary.

Sunday 12 April, 5.00 am, Easter Vigil, followed by breakfast.

Sunday 3 May, 12.00 noon, Stations of the Resurrection service (including Prayer Walk around the churchyard), followed by refreshments.

Sunday 24 May, 12.00 noon, first open air service of the season.

Open air services continue each week until the end of September.  In bad weather services are held in the church.