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.
We heard a great story from the Caribbean today about Mama God and Papa God and how they created us and the wonderful world that we live in. Later in the service we learnt how ‘Grace Abounds’ through the story of blind Bartimeus (Mark 10: 46-52) and also through the experiences of our preacher Revd. […]
Australian journalist Jeff Sparrow (2nd from left) sharing Paul Robeson stories with Members of the Paul Robeson Wales Trust – Ian Ernest, Harry Ernest and Lesley Clarke on Monday 19th Oct. 2015.Jeff Sparrow, Paul Robeson Wales Trust
Open Arms – God’s Extravagant Welcome Readings: Deuteronomy 21:18-21; Luke 15:1-3,11-31 If you’ve been obsessed with signature bakes and soggy bottoms recently, or have been part of this month’s supermarket sales boost by purchasing party food and drink to accompany rugby celebrations and commiserations, then take heart –you’re in very good company for in this […]the prodigal son, welcome
A sermon preached by Dr Fiona Liddell on Sunday 18th October evening Service, in the context of the Voices Project for Black History Month Readings: Genesis 41: 14 – 36 Matt 6 25 – 34 There is a film that just does my head in – its called Premonition. A woman, whose life is pretty perfect, […]
Friday – ‘Hidden now Heard’ The Annual lecture of Mencap Cymru was held on Friday …. when project officer Sara Pickard supported by the Director, Wayne Crocker, told us about her work with the aid of multimedia. This was a truly amazing and inspirational evening with a lively Q & A session. […]