Have a look at our Facebook page as well to see more! https://www.facebook.com/LlanelwyCC/
Below are our upcoming events. Please get in touch if you would like more information.
This Sunday morning: 11th November: 9:35am in the Cathedral car park, to go in together for the service starting at 9:45. We’ll then join the parade down to the cenotaph and lay our wreath with others from the community.
This Sunday evening: 11th November: Joint service with KBC at Kinmel Bay church. 5:30pm for tea and cake and a 6pm start.
Sunday Celebrations: 10:30-12
We come together each week seeking to encounter God and to grow in our faith and to build each other up in our faith. Contemporary worship, Bible focussed preaching and prayer. With Junior Church programme for children. Tea and coffee available from 10:15.
Tuesday “Stay and Play”: 10-12
Tuesday Evening Fellowship Group 7:30-9
Currently running alpha at the Church. Please contact the Pastor, John Thompson for more information on 07931150697.
St Asaph Breakfast 14th July 2018
Darren Millar Assembly Member for Conwy, speaking on the topic ‘Being a Christian in politics today’ at Llanelwy Community Church. It will not be party political. You’re welcome to stay for breakfast afterwards at the Welsh Maid Cafe (starting at about 9:30) costing £3.50 for a basic breakfast and a bit more if you want ‘extras’. All welcome, men or women. Invite your friends!
Previous Events… (see also our Facebook page: Facebook/LlanelwyCC)
We celebrated Harvest on 15th October with an all-age service and a bring and share meal after the service. This was a shorter fun service where children stay with their families in the service altogether. We brought gifts too which are going to be taken to Denbigh Foodbank.
We’ve been doing the creation story at our Open House – open to all, and particularly geared towards parents with tots. It was another chance to use these amazing discs which we also used for the Open the Book creation story…
3rd Sept 2017 was our Back to School (with God) Sunday all-age service. We were inspired by Solomon asking God to make him wise and make good decisions. We prayed for the schools, teachers and pupils and all the colleges, universities and places of learning we were connected with. We asked God to help us to be wise – as well as helping us in our learning, and then we made a little reminder to take home…
We joined in at the Forest Fest family fun at the 5th year celebration of St Asaph becoming a city….
other special events we’ve run or hosted…
Youth event: Sunday 15th Jan 5pm