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Visit to Uganda
On 8th October 2017 Rev'd. Kathleen will be going to Uganda to visit schools supported by the Northern Uganda Good Hope Foundation.
Parishoners from the Ministry Area have already donated some tea-towels and ladies handkerchiefs that Rev'd Kathleen will take with her. Other suppies for the schools and children can be bought while out in Uganda and in order to help raise the money for those supplies the collection from the Harvest Festival service and from the children's Harvest Festival service will be taken out to Uganda.
The Good Hope foundation also pays for and provides children at the schools with much needed meals.
If anyone would like to make a special donation for the children, cash and cheques can be given to Rev'd Kathleen or given at the collections for either of the Harvest Festival services.
The pictures below show some of the work carried out by the Good Hope foundation over the last 18 months. There is also a picture of the map of the schools in Uganda that Rev'd. Kathleen will be visiting. The full size version of the map can be seen in the parsih office at St. Peter's Church.Please ring first to make sure there is someone at the office.
The Edward Morgan & National School Machynlleth Education Fund
Grants from the above fund are available for the benefit of persons of either sex, resident in the Parish of Machynlleth, under the age of 25 and are embarking on an education, career or apprenticeship.
The recipient or his or her parents must be members of the Church in Wales. Application forms are available from Mrs Gwenan Phillips, 56 Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth or the Reverend Kathleen Rogers.
Forms must be returned by Friday 31st August 2012.
New Season Jam
New Season Jams now available from LOSHIN LUSH, Alisons Sweet Shop in Machynlleth
Sold in aid of St Peters Church.
Thank you to everyone who came to St. Peter's todat and helped with the clearing of the churchyard Thanks also to the ladies who provided all the welcome refreshments. Everyone worked very hard.
Cawl a Chlonc
Daethom at ein gilydd yn Y Llofft, Eglwys St Pedr ar Ddydd Iau Mehefin 1af ar gyfer sesiwn arall o ‘Cawl a Chlonc ‘. Hoffwn ddiolch i’r Tîm Bugeiliol Canon Kath a’r Parch. Roland am eu help a’u haelioni unwaith eto.
Y mis yma byddwn yn trefnu Te Pnawn yn Ystafell yr Eglwys Cemaes ar Orffennaf 20fed am 3 o’r gloch.
Byddwn yn anfon allan gwybodaeth pellach maes o law.
We came together on June 1st in The Loft at St Peter’s for another session of ‘Cawl a Chlonc’.
I would like to thank the Pastoral Team, Canon Kath and Rev. Roland for their help and generosity once again.
This month we’ll be organising an Afternoon Tea at Cemaes Church Room on Thursday July 20th at 3 pm. Further details will be circulated.