News & Items of Interest
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Christingle service at Holy Trinity Church Corris. Lovely day making Christingles at Ysgol Dyffryn Dulas and coming together to sing carols.
Thank you children and teachers.
Llanwrin Advent Carol Service
Children from Ysgol Glantwymyn with their lanterns singing carols at Llanwrin Church for the Annual Advent Carol Service.
Cawl a Chlonc 9/11/17
Cynhaliwyd sesiwn tra arbennig yn St Pedr yn ddiweddar pan wahoddwyd rhieni ifanc a’u plant bach atom dros ginio ysgafn.
Braf iawn oedd gweld yr hen a’r ifanc yn mwynhau cwmni ei gilydd. Gobeithiwn ddatblygu ‘r berthynas hyfryd yma mewn sesiynau pellach.
A very special session was recently held when young parents and their babies/ toddlers were invited to join us for a light lunch. It was delightful to see the young and old enjoying each other’s company. We hope to develop this wonderful relationship in future sessions.
The Pastoral Team
the support of
D W Simmons
(market street stall )
‘Cawl a Chlonc’
for the generous supply of fruit and vegetables
Mae’r Tîm Bugeiliol
yn cydnabod yn ddiolchgar gefnogaeth
D W Simmons
‘Cawl a Chlonc’
am y cyflenwad hael o lysiau a ffrwythau
As most of you wll know, Rev'd Kathleen visited Uganda to see the work done by the Good Hope Foundation for the schools and children in Northern Uganda.
Rev'd Kathleen took over 500 photos while she was there and will be sharing many of them during her talks and displays about the visit. Rev'd Kathleen was absolutely fascinated by the cows in Uganda and took a number of pictures of them, fortunately there is only one in the collection she is sharing on the website.
To see about 60 of the picture she took, please click here.
Here is a picture of a cow!
Holy Trinity, Corris - News
The children of Ysgol Dyffryn Dulas were welcomed by the Reverend Jen Evans to their annual Harvest Celebration. They all took part in a portrayal of life in a fair trade community, acting and singing with great gusto and commitment .They took the theme of bananas complete with suitable fruit and giant pop up bananas. They also showed how many people, using the analogy of producing bread, would not help with planting , growing and making the bread but expected to share in the finished loaf. The Reverend Jen then spoke briefly to every one, with the children's
help about our five a day. Not our food in this case but rather naming five things we could all be grateful for. The children raised the roof with their happy shouts of diolch and about 60 parents, relations and friends responded with plenty of applause for all their efforts and hard work.