Parish of Penarth and Llandough

Reg Charity no

1130979


CLIMATE SUNDAY Our Sunday morning services will be marking Climate Sunday. We are asked to think, pray and act as the UK prepares to host COP26, a critical international climate summit.

LAVERNOCK HARVEST SERVICE CANCELLED The service at Lavernock scheduled for Sun 26th Sept at 3pm has been cancelled for various reasons.

HARVEST SERVICES NEXT WEEK Next Sunday (3rd October) we will have our Harvest Thanksgivingservices in the morning, so donations of money can be placed in the Feed the Hungry plates or food donations for the food bank can be left at the back of church.

LOCAL HISTORY TALK 'The Scandalous History of Penarth's Parsons!’ By Chris Riley. Thursday 30th September in the Parish Hall, doors open at 7pm.  Organised by the Friends of St Augustine’s. £2.00 on the door (members of the Friends free).

Further dates:

14th October “Penarth and Local Myths” with Alan Thorne 7pm

28th October “Maps of Penarth and further afield” with map collector Chris Higley 7pm both in the Parish hall, Albert Road, Penarth.

11th November “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” with Richard Parry and musicians in St Augustine’s Church at 7.00pm. See Autumn Events page

PENARTH TOTS GROUP - Had a successful re-launch, thanks to some new leaders. It meets on Thursdays 9am-11am at St Augustine’s Parish Hall and entry is £2. Please come earlier if you can help with setting up. If you want more information, please contact Margaret Davies 02920 707102  or see the group’s Facebook page

REPAIR CAFÉ will be re-opening today (Sun 26th) at St Augustine’s Parish Hall 2-5pm

ST AUGUSTINE’S FLOWER FUND Thank you kind donors to the flower fund who've helped to cheer up the church over the last few months. There are many empty slots on the flowers rota still. Flowers are a lovely way to remember a loved one or simply as a celebration. See Susie Ryall or one of the wardens. Thanks, Susie.

OCTOBER MAGAZINE is in churches now price £1. This month has articles on climate change, Bible Sunday and the Bible in Welsh, as well as commemorating St Francis of Assissi. Don’t forget your copy.  

CHOIR SCHOLARSHIPS Do you know any female singers in the age range 16-21 who might be interested in a choir scholarship at St Augustine’s? To help boost our choir, Robert Court is organising a new programme with places for 4 young people, offering up to £500 each. More information can be obtained here and from Robert rgcourt14@gmail.com  

 

CHRISTIANS AGAINST POVERTY DEBT CENTRE is starting to see people face to face at Tabernacle Baptist Church. They are offering a mix of telephone support and face to face visits to offer the best debt support possible. They have spaces in July and September for prospective clients. The first step is a national freephone number for clients to call which is: 0800 328 0006 ,however for further information contact Clare Hollinshead Debt Centre Manager 07436558681 Mon-Wed


PLEASE KEEP GIVING TO THE PARISH IF YOU CAN

Planned Giving Envelopes: Place in the collection plate at church or send to St Augustine’s Parish Hall, Albert Road, Penarth, CF64 1BX. Cheques should be made payable to Parish of Penarth & Llandough. It helps our recording system if you can include your envelopes.

Regular Payments – The Gift Direct scheme is the best way is to pay directly from your bank. You don’t need to be a tax payer. Enrol online via the Church in Wales website or Rachel can send you a form to do it by post.

Online Payments can be made on our website via Paypal




LATEST NEWS

EMAIL BULLETIN To receive an email copy of the bulletin each week, please email Rachel at the office – you can also unsubscribe at any time.  


WOULD YOU LIKE TO ADVERTISE IN THE PARISH MAGAZINE? Please contact Rachel at the office for more information and to register your interest.

Weekly Parish Newsletter

2021 Annual Report


October Magazine

September Magazine


PARISH FACEBOOK PAGE

facebook.com/penllanparish/


Twitter: twitter.com/penllanparish


 YouTube Channel


All Saints: YouTube, Facebook

GIVING TO THE PARISH click here

All Cheques should be made payable to Parish of Penarth & Llandough


GIFT DIRECT is the best way is to pay a regular amount directly from your bank to the Parish.


We also welcome BACS payments or standing orders: call the Office for bank details.

Contactless payments can be made at St Augustine’s Church.

COMMUNITY INFORMATION

LONELY OR ISOLATED, NEED HELP? If you or someone you know is in need of help, shopping or just a friendly chat, here are numbers to call:

Vale of Glamorgan Crisis team:  01446 729592

Age Cymru Advice line (for over 70s): 08000 223 444

Helping Hands Penarth: 07745 475794 https://www.penarthhelpinghands.co.uk/
Llandough Mutual Aid

https://www.facebook.com/groups/216736309441390/

 LOTS OF LOCAL BUSINESS CAN DELIVER

Please visit https://penarthview.co.uk/ for an updated list and further details.

 




Parish Diary

SUNDAY SERVICES – Booking is not required. However, if you haven't attended for a while, please email or ring the warden of the church in advance so we can monitor numbers and ensure safety.

St Augustine’s - Linda Guilfoyle linda.guilfoyle2019@gmail.com 029 20706309

St Dochdwy’s -  Jan Cullen  jan.cullen@ntlworld.com  029 20704926

Holy Nativity - Kath Williams huwandkath@hotmail.co.uk      029 20708554 / 07521 390922

We are continuing to run our services unchanged . Please wear a face covering and sit in the seats indicated, maintaining social distancing whilst inside the building. Thank you everyone for your co-operation and patience through all this.

MASK WEARING AND SINGING IN CHURCHES- message from Fr Mark

It is the law for members of the congregation to wear masks in church. Congregational singing in this parish will not re-start until that restriction has been removed - and we will be delighted to vigorously publicise the lifting of the restriction when that time comes. So I want to thank you, in advance, for being considerate, and not repeatedly questioning the clergy and organists about when things might change. This situation is for your safety, and for the many vulnerable people around you.