News Update

The holiday month of August sees a little less activity in St. Mary’s, with the “Pebbles” on their Summer break and some of the faithful away on holiday, but the worship continues week by week and on the twice a month Wednesday Eucharist. We ended July with a United Service at St. Bleddian’s church in St Lythans. The hot weather […]

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June News

    In last month’s “What’s On” mention was made of the “French Drains” being dug on the south side of the nave to cure the dampness creeping up the walls inside the church. That was delayed but the good news is that it is now happening. Talking to Mike our “digger” and Justin the archaeologist in attendance, during the […]

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April Report

  Our Easter celebrations began with a memorable Palm Sunday procession from the Church Hall, complete with music from pipe and drum and singing “Make way, make way for Christ the King”. This was our way of re-enacting Jesus’s entry into Jerusalem, where he was greeted with palms and garments strewed on the ground. The only thing missing was the […]

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Future Plans for the Church

  According to our current lectionary the Sunday before Advent is now known as “Christ the King”, but Jon took us back into the old Green Book Service Book and kept the 9.30am Eucharist as “Stir Up Sunday”. The day when according to tradition the Christmas puddings were made. The wording comes from the Collect for that day “ Stir […]

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WENVOE CHRISTMAS CHATTERY

  WENVOE CHRISTMAS CHATTERY 9th November starting at 10.30 in the Church Hall Our Christmas Chattery traditionally takes place in November – we like to be different! There will be a De Luxe Tombola and cake stall, in addition to the regular Tradecraft stall which will feature many Christmas goodies. Also featuring a raffle with the chance to win a […]

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July News around the Parish

    The highlight of the month, must be the arrival of our new Bishop of Llandaff who was enthroned in the Cathedral on the morning of July 22nd, where a large congregation from all over the Diocese had gathered, including many from the Diocese of Salisbury, where Bishop June had been Dean for over 13 years. In the Diocesan […]

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