It was wonderful to welcome Jeremy Marks on Friday 23rd October. In a spirit of gentleness and truth he shared with us his experiences and the way in which confusion, cruelty and criticism can be transformed into understanding, acceptance and loving fulfilment.
As a culmination to our exhibition ‘Let Paul Robeson Sing’, there is a concert at St. David’s Uniting Church on Monday 2nd November 2015 The star of the concert is the world-renowned Sir Willard White. Tickets are £20 and are available by telephoning 01443 408388 or 01443 300345 or emailing [email protected]
Can you believe it? Phil has been with us for almost a year! He has recently returned from a weekend at Windermere, with other newly ordained ministers, when time was spent reflecting on their first year in Ministry. We are assured that they gained from sharing their many different experiences, including the highs and lows. Looks like the […]
Listen out this coming Sunday – 19th April 2015 – for the ‘Celebration’ service on Radio Wales at 7.30am and repeated at 6.30pm. You will be able to access the service on-line after the broadcast at this link. The service comes from St. David’s Uniting Church and is led by our minister Rev. Phil Wall.
Simon Walkling, Michael Ball, Phil Wall, John Henson at St. David’s Uniting Church Pontypridd on Easter Sunday morning 2015. All are present or past ministers of St. David’s Uniting Church or Pontypridd United Church (one of St. David’s ‘parent’ churches).
At our Church Anniversary service on 18th January we celebrated 42 years of Sunday Club at Church House, and expressed our thanks to the current staff team: Marilyn (L), Jan, Lynda, Marilyn (E) and Heather. Marilyn Leach spoke about the journey of Sunday Club over that time: ‘The Rev Harris Hughes, at the beginning of […]
The first Sunday in December is Gift Sunday at St. David’s. We bring gifts of toys and games for Home Start – a volunteer organisation that offers informal and friendly support to families with young children. We also bring toiletries, chocolate and small items of clothing for the Mill St. hostel for […]