A Buffalo Called Wenvoe

  On a recent trip to India, Gary Smith, the Pastor at Vale Village Church bought a buffalo and gave him the name Wenvoe! You may wonder why. Since the church was started they have partnered with the charity that Gary runs who have been working in India since 2005. Partnering with a Gateway ministry in Rajahmundry, Andra Pradesh, Ignite, […]

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September Rouundup

    September has seen the resumption of “Pebbles” returning after their Summer break, and how good it was to see them in church. The All Age Eucharist Service took place in St John’s church, Sully, when Bishop June presided and preached to a packed church. The PCC has met on two occasions during the month to consider and approve […]

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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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St. Mary’s Scarecrow Festival

A poem to celebrate St. Mary’s Scarecrow Festival. “ The Scarecrow” by Walter de la Mare   All winter through I bow my head Beneath the driving rain; The north wind powders me with snow And blows me black again. At midnight ‘neath a blaze of stars I flame with glittering rime; And stand above the stubble, stiff As mail […]

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Good News…. The “French Drains” are in

  St. Mary’s Parish Church News Good News…. The “French Drains” are in and the work completed with the church path to the porch restored with tarmac laid where the “soak aways” were dug.. The bones which were discovered during the “dig” have been re-interred near to where they were found, this is always a problem when work is done […]

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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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