Coronavirus Covid 19
Since the prime minister’s announcement on Monday 23rd March, the church is now closed completely until further notice and cannot be open even for private prayer.
Church life continues in so far as it can via this website and social media. Please make contact if you would value a regular email or telephone call.
Help and support for those in isolation is being put in hand. Please make contact if you need our help.
Materials to encourage worship and prayer at home have been made available and can be accessed below.
Weddings are postponed.
Baptisms may only take place if the candidate’s life is in danger.
Funerals cannot be held in church but clergy are available for graveside services and at the crematorium with strictly limited numbers.
For full details of the current Church in Wales advice, go to:
Sunday 9:30am: Sung Eucharist (here we celebrate the last supper Jesus had with his disciples where he used bread and wine to be for us his body and his blood).
Tuesday 10:30: Said Eucharist (a later time during the week lasting only half an hour for the busier amongst us).
4th Sunday of the Month 6pm: Evensong and Benediction (Evensong is a peaceful and calm way to end the day. At the end of Evensong, we are not blessed by the Priest, but by Christ himself; this is called benediction)
We celebrate our relationship with God and our discipleship of Christ in the traditional Catholic setting. The beauty of the service and solemnness of our worship brings in a wide and diverse group of worshippers who all come to sit before the foot of Christ’s cross and adore.
All are welcome to join us for our services.
You can also like us on facebook: All Saints Poyser Street and Holy Trinity Rhostyllen