Welshpool and Bro Hafren Methodist Circuit
A Gateway to Methodism in Mid Wales.
A warm welcome to the Welshpool and Bro Hafren Website. We cover a very large and beautiful geographical area stretching from Welshpool, in the north east of the Circuit, to Llanidloes and Llangurig towards the south west.
Our Superintendent Minister is Rev Sue Lawler. She has pastoral care of Welshpool, Cefn and Pentre Llifior chapels. Whilst the Rev Bob Thomas has pastoral care of Newtown, Llanidloes, Caersws, Trefeglwys and Llawryglyn. They are both supported by accredited local preachers and worship leaders. With the help of retired ministers and occasional visiting preachers there are regular acts of worship in 9 chapels across the Circuit.
about each of our 9 chapels can be found by using the navigation bar on the
Rev Bob Thomas
Forthcoming or Recent Events:-
Farewell to Rev Sue on Wednesday 19th July 2017, 7pm at Welshpool.
Welcome to Rev Bob as Superintendent Minister on Wednesday, 23rd August, 7pm at Newtown, with Rev Dr Stephen Wigley
Fellowship & Study Day with Rev Irfan John and his family. A collection of photographs of the day can be viewed by navigating across to the left-hand Menu.
Acknowledgemnent of Service.
At the end of an evening service at Newtown, on behalf of the Circuit, John Harbron acknowledged Graham Smith's huge contribution to the Circuit as a Local Preacher by presenting him with a cerficate (signed by 2015-16 President, Rev Steve Wild and Vice-President Dr. Jill Bamber. Graham has completed over 40 years in this role. More photographs can be seen by clicking here.
Julian Prayer - You are all welcome to contemplative prayer as part of your journey with God. "Waiting on God in the silence" will be a half hour of silent prayer held at the Manse, Newtown at 2.30pm on the third Tuesday of each month.
Circuit Love Feast: took place in July 2016. To view a selection of photographs from this year's Love Feast please click here.
Thanksgiving Service - Llangurig Chapel held a Service of Thanksgiving on Wednesday 15th June 2016. A selection of photographs can be viewed by clicking here.