Weekly Notices for Sunday 10th March 2019


8.00am           Said Holy Eucharist                            

9.30am           All Age Worship                            

11.00am         Sung Holy Eucharist                            

1.00pm           Baptism



Monday 11th: 9.15 Ministry Team Prayers and Meeting; 9.30am ADT Inspection; 11am CAIS Grounds clearing; 7.15pm Mothers’ Union

Tuesday 12th: 9am Grounds Team; 10.30am Management Team; 12pm Funeral: Bryan Stewart; 1pm Memory Lane; 4pm Fay Adamson; 5.15 Cor Glyndwr; 6pm Bells

Wednesday 13th: 1oam Babes in the pew; 12.30pm Funeral: Terry Roberts; 6pm Weddings Office; 7.15pm Lent Course

Thursday 14th: 11am Holy Eucharist; 12pm Lunch Club; 12.45pm Lent Course

Saturday 16th: Faure’s Requiem: Rehearsal 1pm, Performance 6pm



TAIZE  Next Sunday 17th March we offer a further Lenten worship through Taize Prayer at 6pm. This short meditative service consists of a series  of simple, repeated prayers which we sing together. It includes also a reading, a period of silence and some short prayers. Please join us if you can for this calm and reflective form of worship. 

LENT COURSES  On Wednesday evening (13th) at 7.15pm, our Vicar Jason will begin the Pilgrim course “Turning to Christ” which will focus on questions surrounding Baptism. On Thursday (14th) afternoon, at about 12.45pm, following the Lunch Club, Jason will continue the course on the Nicene Creed and will include music by a variety of composers. Please see the Mission Area Lent leaflet for details of other courses at our sister Churches.

MOTHERS’ UNION  The Meeting tomorrow (11th) at 7.15pm will include a talk by Mr. John Ball, of the CHICKS Children's Charity. 

COME AND SING  Faure’s Requiem will be performed here at St Giles’ on Saturday 16th March.  The Rehearsal will take place at 1pm, and copies of the work will be available. The performance will take place at 6pm.  Tickets are £8 to participate in this splendid opportunity.

ANNIVERSARY CONCERT The Vale of Clwyd Singers will be presenting a concert on Saturday 13th April at 7.30pm, celebrating the anniversary of the first performance of Handel’s ‘Messiah’. The programme will include the Easter Music from that work, along with ‘Zadok the Priest’ and Purcell’s Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary. Tickets are £12.