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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.
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CONDOLENCES to Jan Toye and family on the loss of her mother Beryl Turpitt. We send love and prayers at this sad time. The funeral (invitation only) will be at the Vale Crematorium on Mon 28 June.
WELCOMERS AT ST AUGUSTINE'S More volunteers are needed as welcomers at St Augustine's. The duty is to welcome and hand out books etc once a month. If you can help please contact Philip Jenkins on 02920 702430 or speak to Philip at church.
MONEY COUNTING AT ST AUGUSTINE’S URGENT! We have lost a number of people from our counting rota recently. We are reducing counts to every other week, so if you can help with counting the collection on a Sunday, please contact Viv Liles. email@example.com or phone 20712466
ST AUGUSTINE’S FLOWER FUND As church activities resume, Susie Ryall will be happy to receive flower rota requests and donations once again.
GOLDEN WEDDING Congratulations to Tricia & Richard Griffiths who will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on 25 June. Love and good wishes to them and their family, and thanks for all they have done over the years for the parish.
ELLACOMBE CHIMES at St Augustine’s Next Sat 26June, our bellringers will be ringing on the Ellacombe Chimes, a special apparatus that allows one person to ring the bells on their own. This is part of the worldwide celebration of the 200th anniversary of their invention. Listen out for them at 12pm.
PENARTH TOTS TEA & TOAST GROUP We need to find a new leader for this group in the hope of re-
BOOKSHOP EVENT ON END OF LIFE CARE Griffin Books has an upcoming author event looking at how we support those coming to the end of life. “Janie Brown is an oncology nurse and counsellor who will be discussing her new book, Radical Acts of Love: Twenty Conversations to Inspire Hope at the End of Life as part of our Independent Bookshop Week events. It will take place via Zoom on Tuesday 22nd June at 8pm.” See the events page of the Griffin Books Facebook page, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 02920 706455
JUNE MAGAZINE This is now available in all our churches or to download from the website (News Page). Articles on the New Testament, a Welsh grave, church heating in days past and the plant sale.
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
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.
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.
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
LOTS OF LOCAL BUSINESS CAN DELIVER
Please visit https://penarthview.co.uk/ for an updated list and further details.
CHERISHING CHURCHYARDS WEEK
Thanks to everyone who came to any of the events at St Augustine’s, it was lovely to have some time of social fellowship together and appreciate the nature & wildlife of our churchyard. Thanks to Andrew for organising it and to Rachel for raising £95 from the sale of plants.
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