In print!

Two members of the church’s Jubilate Singing Group have had writings published this week. Andrea Davies, a member of the church, and a trainee Local Preacher, has had a prayer published in this year’s Methodist Prayer Handbook 2017/18, and Julia Francis, a Lay Canon of Hereford Cathedral who also sings with the group has had Read More …

Welcome, Rev Marian

Rev Marian Jones joins the Welshpool and Bro Hafren Circuit today, 1st September, working part-time here for the next 12 months, having pastoral charge of the Welshpool church. An active Supernumerary, Marian lives near Wrexham, but was born in Powys and, having completed her nurse training, worked for a time at Welshpool Hospital, so she Read More …

Farewell, Rev Sue!

On 19th July the Welshpool church was full to overflowing for the Farewell Service for Rev Sue, who will become Superintendent of the Gwent Hills and Vales Circuit from 1st September. She will move on to South Wales on 10th August, and on 27th, she and Malc will be married at Cwmbran and will make Read More …

Visit of “Voices in Harmony”

The well-known Midlands choir “Voices in Harmony” (formerly Sandwell Community Choir) will be presenting a concert in our church on 1st July at 7.30pm. Tickets are £5, either at the door, or to book in advance, phone 01938 850514.

Recording for Radio Wales

On 23rd May, BBC Radio Wales recorded two services from our church for the Sunday “Celebration” series. Our minister, Rev Sue Lawler, who led the service with readers selected from the congregation, prepared the script and chose the hymns, and the church’s Jubilate singers led the singing. The services will be broadcast on 25th June Read More …

Singing is good for your health!

A group of 9 singers from the church’s Jubilate group joined 30 others from around the UK for a very enjoyable “Singing for Pleasure” week at the beginning of May. Based at Willersley Castle Christian Guild Hotel at Cromford, near Matlock, the setting and the sunny weather could not have been better for our programme Read More …

Long Mynd

On Saturday 8th April we went walking again with friends. We met at the”Bog” craft centre near Stiperstones for coffee and cake then proceeded on. Approx 16 walked a circular 4 mile walk with picnic on the top overlooking Carding Mill Valley. A further 1.5 miles towards the gliding centre was walked by 6 of Read More …