The Church In Wales The Diocese of Swansea & Brecon

Our next services and events are listed below to which you are all cordially invited (most services are followed by refreshments);

April 2017  
Friday 27th 14.00 Bible Study
Sunday 29th
The Fifth Sunday of Easter
5th Sunday of the month - 10:30 Ministry Area Morning Prayer at St David’s Church, Loughor (No Morning Services at St Barnabas)
18.00 Holy Eucharist at St Barnabas
May 2018  
Tuesday 1st
11.00 Holy Communion Ty Waunarwlydd Nursing Home
13:45 Mothers' Union Meeting - speaker Brian Richards (Penllergaer Estate)
18:00 Prayer Meeting

Wednesday 2nd 10:30 Mid-week Holy Eucharist
Thursday 3rd 09:30 Butterflies at St B's
Friday 4th 14.00 Bible Study
Saturday 5th 09:30 (ish) Works Party
Sunday 6th
The Sixth Sunday of Easter
08:30 Holy Eucharist
10:00 Family Service
18:00 Healing Service
Tuesday 8th
18:00 Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 9th 10:30 Mid-week Holy Eucharist
Thursday 10th 09:30 Butterflies at St B's
Friday 11th 14:00 Bible Study
Sunday 13th
The Seventh Sunday of Easter
Start of Christain Aid Week
08:30 Morning Prayer
10:00 Family Eucharist
Tuesday 15th
18:00 Meditation
18:30 Prayer Group
Wednesday 16th 10:30 Mid-week Holy Eucharist
Thursday 17th 09:30 Butterflies at St B's
Saturday 19th 09:30 'Big Breakfast' as part of Christian Aid Week
Sunday 20th
The Day of Pentecost
Whit Sunday
08:30 Holy Eucharist
10:00 Morning Prayer
Tuesday 22nd
14:30 Mothers' Union - Deanery Festival at Brecon
18:00 Meditation
18:30 Prayer Group
Wednesday 23rd 10:00 Mothers' Union - Retreat at Nicholston House
10:30 Mid-week Holy Eucharist
Thursday 24th 09:30 Butterflies at St B's


Our Vicar is the
Rev. Canon Dr. Ian Davies

Click here for Ian's sermons
Our Curate is
Rev. Julie Wagstaff

Click here for Julie's sermons

Click here to see photos of Julie's Ordination
on Saturday 27th June 2015
Click here to send Ian an e-mail.

The Reverend Canon Dr. Ian Davies
The New Vicarage
59a Victoria Road

Tel: 01792 874286

Tel: 01792 845426

Online Prayer Request

St Barnabas Church has been a place of prayer and solace for over 100 years. It is on this footprint of prayer that we gather daily, throughout the parish, to seek God's guidance and love. Prayer is the means by which we communicate with God, both giving and receiving of God's Grace in equal measure.

For many Christians prayer is a central part of their daily lives. People who commute on a train or bus will sometimes find this period in the day where they can gather their thoughts in prayer and meditation. There are those amongst us who set aside regular times each day to communicate with God, seeking help and advice, praising His glory and the ministry of those who undertake His work in our communities. Prayer is free, there are no connection charges or fees charged by the minute - it is the cheapest and best long distance call you can make.

If you would like us to pray for you and with you, please let us know using the e-mail link below. If you would like one of our Ministry Team to contact you in person to pray with you or to discuss things that may be troubling you, please indicate this at the end of your message.

Please email us and write your prayer in whatever language you feel is most comfortable.

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