Llawr Y Glyn

Safeguarding Officer:

Wendy Wigley - click here for contact details.

Sunday Service Time: No longer having Services

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Llawr Y Glyn Church:
SY17 5RH.


Grid Ref.
SN 932912

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The first chapel was the building we now call Ivy Cottage, built in 1844.The little chapel became too small so the present place of worship was opened in 1872.
Our chapel is in the heart of the village. When the door is open in the summer you can hear the stream, birdsong and the bleating of sheep. Green hills and woodland encircle the village.

We have nine members and worship on alternate Sundays with Zoar, Trefeglwys. We enjoy this fellowship very much and really appreciate the coffee after the morning service.

In 2018 we had the interior of the chapel repainted and it looks much brighter. What a difference a little colour makes!

The Wesley Singers have been to us a few times and we love having them. They entertain us with their repertoire and the congregation is invited to join in hymns and
songs. At Christmas the Wesley Singers with their conductor Stella Gratrix, lead our village carol service. Afterwards we go to the Vestry which belongs to the Welsh
Presbyterian Chapel in the village. We all take food to share and it's always a special occasion well supported by the locals.

This year our Easter Sunday service was bilingual led by our minister Rev Bob Thomas and Rev Dr Jenny Hurd, Chair of the Welsh Synod. We invited members from two local Welsh chapels. We enjoyed Easter biscuits and fresh scones and a soft drink and a few little Easter eggs.

We're a happy, optimistic and caring people and we do our very best to show our faith through our everyday lives in the village and beyond.

Wendy Wigley – July 2019