St. Barnabas Waunarlwydd

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Opening the Church for Worship

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We are really sorry that St Barnabas is still unable to open safely for worship, but do please join us for our weekly online service at 10.00am on Sunday mornings via our open invitation on the Virtual Church page or go to our Help to Worshipping at Home page

Exceptionally, anyone seeking access to the church should first contact the vicar or wardens via the website

Dear all~
Can I ask you please to make the matter of moving towards reopening St Bs for worshipping together a real cause for personal prayer – particularly for our Wardens as they do the risk assessment that is required. This must precede any decision to congregate again in our church buildings. The PCC is consulting our congregation because our priority is to ensure that when the building does open again for worship this decision will have been made safely, responsibly and prayfully. We need to be keeping a watchful eye on circumstances. With my love and the assurance of my own prayers for everybody at this difficult time.

PS Sue says thank you for all her Birthday Cards and presents

We are a Church of Wales congregation in the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon and a member of the Llwchwr Ministry Area. We welcome you to our church and hope that you will come and visit us soon.

The Vicar

The Reverend Canon Dr. Ian Davies
The New Vicarage
59a Victoria Road
Tel: 01792 874286
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To read Canon Ian Davies C.V

Vicar's Sermons etc.

What safeguarding in church could be like Click here.

Online Worship

Worshipping at home

While our Church is closed if you would like to continue giving please go to give direct or give to your parish

Virtual Worship Services

Sunday Service via ZOOM video (see link on Virtual Church Page on menu)or email John Campbell on ""

Services from Brecon Cathedral.

‘Change Comes from the Inside'

‘not simply returning to what was...?

GODPOD from St Pauls Theological Centre

Introduction to Christian Mindfulness: Resources from Llandaff Cathedral.

The Rev'd Dr. John Gillibrand Blog

John Pavlovitz Blog

John Pavlovitz:- We’re never getting back to ‘normal’...

Reflections from Richard Rohr

Reflections from Rev. Barry Letson

Poem 'This is the time to be slow' by John O'Donahue

‘Rob’s God’ by Gerard Kelly (Rob Lacey wrote the Street Bible)

‘What If… The Church Reimagined