ladies-fellowship

The St Peter’s Ladies Fellowship started over 20 years ago for women who worked during the day and were unable to attend the Mothers’ Union meetings.

Their meetings were also monthly on the 2nd Tuesday evening of each month from September until April. This year meetings have been moved to 1.30 in the afternoons.

Ladies Fellowship members are also very busy in the Parish supporting all events and services. They arrange a very successful Harvest Supper on the 2nd Tuesday of October which is enjoyed by the whole community and help with the arranging of the Christingle Service in January.

 

 

 


 

Ladies Fellowship

The AGM of St Peter’s Ladies Fellowship will be held on Tuesday 12th September following a service of Holy Eucharist in St Peter’s Church.

A very warm welcome to all.


 

Ladies Fellowship - May 2017

As the last Fellowship meeting for 2017, 16 members and friends travelled by mini-bus to visit Llnadre Church, where we were met by the Rev Peter Jones. What a lovely Church built in 1885, beautiful stained glass windows, it had a spiritual atmosphere of peace and serenity. There are several walks leading from the Church, one focusing on Poetry.

After lunch at Lllety Parc we moved on to Llanbadarn Church, which was on a much grander scale, with a very interesting exhibition telling the story of Christianity in Wales.

Muriel thanked Alice for organising the trip and all members for their support throughout the past season.

Our next meeting will be in September, when we will welcome any new members wishing to join us.

Alice Hughes.


 

Ladies Fellowship - April 2017

Muriel welcomed members to the April meeting and led a short service, with Llinos reading the lesson.

Ann and Joan are both improving and hope to join us before too long.

We have had a new glass container made for the Cruet set on the Alter, this is our contribution to the new renovated Church.

Minutes were read and accepted.

Final arrangements were made for our trip in May, visiting Llandre and Llanbadarn Churches.

Mrs Enid Hoyle was our speaker and told us about her childhood in Lancashire. Born in Richton in a two-up two-down house. Rishton was a cotton town, with mills built on the river banks, which provided transport for the finished cotton. There were clogs and cobbled streets, no phones and outside toilets. At the age of 11 she passes her 11 plus and entered the Grammar School.

Alice expressed her thanks to Enid for such an interesting talk, she also thanked the tea hostesses, Bronwen and Llinos.

Alice Hughes.


 

Ladies Fellowship

February Report.

Muriel opened the meeting with a short service. Apologies were received from Alice, Margaret and Ann.

Muriel read the minutes for January and signed them as correct.

A new member Angela Mason was welcomed, who has recently moved to Corris.

Our St David’s Day celebrations will be at the Plas on the 14th March, Cawl and Pudding at 12:30pm.

Sandra is holding a Cafe Church every Sunday 6pm - 8pm during Lent.

Muriel introduced Dennis Jones who spent his childhood in Llanwchlyn. He spoke about  “Health & Support” having spent a great deal of his childhood in hospital. He now organises concerts for charities and worthy causes. As a thank you for all the help given to his family when he was in hospital in Wrexham and Liverpool, with no transport.

Muriel thanked Dennis, she also thanked the tea hostesses for the tea and biscuits.

March Report.

Members and guests met at the Plas Restaurant for their celebration lunch to mark St David’s Day. Cawl and a choice of sweets were enjoyed by all. Alice thanked the staff for a delicious meal and best wishes were sent to the Reverend Kath for a speedy recovery after her recent operation

Alice Hughes.


 

Ladies Fellowship - January 2017

In December members joined the Mothers’ Union at their Christmas Carol Service, then enjoyed a delicious meal at the Riverside Hotel Pennal.


The first meeting of our Fellowship for 2017 was our Annual Dinner at Plas Dolguog. The Rev Kathleen said grace, members and friends enjoyed a lovely meal. Muriel thanked the staff of Dolguog for preparing and serving our meal, she also thanked Alice and Margaret for their help and support through out the past year. A quiz was held by Alice and Muriel,, this was followed by a session of Bingo led by Bronwen Jones. Most members went home with a prize and all with a full stomach.

Our next meeting  will be Dennis Jones talking about his childhood. All are welcome to join us at the St Peters Church on Tuesday 14th February at 2 pm.

Alice Hughes.