Social Committee - Over the next few weeks will look at various options currently open to us that will support both our congregations need for outreach, fellowship as well as fundraising. We are open to ideas of events that might work in the current climate.
Ordinands - Welcome to Ross Pilliner, ordinand for Llandaff diocese, who will be with us on placement during his training. Welcome back also to Natasha.
Candles - Votive candles can be lit and then placed in the stand for whoever wants. The sides person on duty will light them before the mass starts.
Sight 2020 Direct - St German’s chosen charity are selling face masks. £4.50 each with all proceeds going to this charity. Please see Angela
Year of Pilgrimage - St German’s Pilgrimage to Llantarnam and Margam will be on 10 October 2020. See Fr Phelim for more information.
Back to Church Sunday - 20 Sept 2020 - We hope to revisit the practice of recent years and setting aside one Sunday each year as a time when we invite our friends and family members to join us in church. The focus is on invitation and having the courage to ask someone. Over the next few weeks please consider who you will invite and ask them.
Autumn Clean - Many thanks for all those who helped tidy our church and garden yesterday.
Gardening Club - continues on the first Saturday of every month. Open to all.
Public Worship - Please attend carefully to the safety instructions, posters and guidance from stewards and parish officers during the services. During Holy Communion please stay in your seats and Fr Phelim will bring Holy Communion to you. Social distancing remains our key safety precaution. Face coverings may be worn, according to Welsh government guidance, but are not compulsory.
Faith Nurturing -Next meets on Wed 16 Sept at 7pm. ‘In Search of a Way’ by G. Hughes SJ. at 7pm via Zoom. Contact Fr Phelim for details. We’ll look at chapters -4-6.
Recently Departed - Phyllis Mansell RIP
Here can be a found a copy of the news items of events and services taking place in each of our churches. Sometimes there is overlap (baptisms, visiting the sick, pilgrimages etc) but mostly events are pertain mostly to one place.