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Sadly, we cannot gather at our builings for Sunday Services or Midweek Services until further notice , but we still have services online, so please join us if you can.
VIDEOS/LIVE STREAMING OF SERVICES
Pentecost Sunday Fr Mark will have a video of Mass for Pentecost on YouTube this Sunday. There will be also be a video of the sermon on YouTube.
There are also many services available online – see the CiW website
Sunday 10am All Saints will have an All Age service via their YouTube channel AllSaintsPenarth
Morning & Evening Prayer continue Monday to Thursday at 9am and 5pm on YouTube or Facebook. All Saints will now have a Welsh version of Morning Prayer -
SPIRITUAL COMMUNION is a special type of service when access to the Eucharist is simply not possible, and at times like this, the Church teaches that’s God’s grace is nevertheless accessible. Fr Mark has an introductory video about this on YouTube. The order of service can be found on the Church in Wales website – Spiritual Communion .
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From Ascension to Pentecost everyone is being encouraged to pray for their friends, family and neighbours to come to know the love of Jesus. The Llandaff Diocese Mothers’ Union have an excellent resource of what to pray for each day – see their website
In the words of Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury – “In praying ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ we all commit to playing our part in the renewal of the nations and the transformation of communities.” During the 11 days of Thy Kingdom Come, it is hoped that everyone who takes part will:
Deepen their own relationship with Jesus Christ, through reading, prayer and praise in whatever form you can.
Pray for 5 friends or family to come to faith in Jesus
Pray for the empowerment of the Spirit that we would be effective in our witness
You can also join with Tabernacle Church in their daily prayer meetings on Zoom.
THANK YOU to the people who have responded to Fr Mark’s letter last week to resume their regular giving to the Parish, it’s been most encouraging. Please continue to give – monthly is fine if you prefer, to save on cheques and postage. If you haven’t done anything yet, it’s never too late! See below on how to give.
PARISH MAGAZINE – The June edition is out now, with contributions from many different parishioners about their lockdown experiences.
The deadline for July’s issue will be Mon 15 June. Items to Tom Blenkinsop phone 20706239 or email BlenkinsopT@cardiff.ac.uk
FOODBANK UPDATE The current needs are milk alternatives such as soya, laundry products and washing up liquid, toiletries, toothpaste and also sugar. You can also send cheques payable to Tabernacle Church to them on Plassey Street.
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.
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: 029 20 099 359
This group is for residents of Penarth to offer or request support, including, and not limited to, collecting shopping, prescriptions, checking on vulnerable people and walking dogs. The idea is to be supportive, and assist where possible.
Search Facebook for Helping Hands Penarth https://www.facebook.com/groups/207933657118081/
Llandough Mutual Aid
If you live in Llandough, there is a separate group https://www.facebook.com/groups/216736309441390/
LOTS OF LOCAL BUSINESS CAN DELIVER
Many of our local independent shops and food businesses are doing home deliveries, so please don’t forget about them if you need supplies.
Please visit https://penarthview.co.uk/ for an updated list and further details.
WAYS TO GIVE TO THE PARISH
Planned Giving Envelopes or Donations: Cheques, made payable to Parish of Penarth & Llandough can be posted to
St Augustine’s Parish Hall, Albert Road, Penarth, CF64 1BX
or dropped in the post box at the Parish Hall (no cash please). It helps our recording system if you can include your envelopes.
Gift Direct scheme
This is the best way is to pay a regular amount directly from your bank. You don’t need to be a tax payer. Enrol online via the Church in Wales website by filling in your name & number and someone will call you back, OR Rachel can send you a form to do it by post.
BACS or standing orders pay: Parish of Penarth & Llandough ,
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If you need help contact Viv Liles 20712466 or call the Office
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