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ALL SOULS CHURCH
HELP US TO SPREAD OUR
LOVE AND FAITH

As we renew our mission as a diocese and parish to transform lives and communities in the name of Jesus Christ, this necessarily entails that significant move from simply maintaining things that are familiar (to some at least) to reaching out with the good news of the gospel in ways that are creative and relevant, - and not just in words, but through lives in which God is making a difference!

May we be encouraged that God, by his grace, continuously works amongst and through his people here, as we seek to deepen our relationship with him we renew our mission as a diocese and parish to transform lives and communities in the name of Jesus Christ, this necessarily entails that significant move from simply maintaining things that are familiar (to some at least) to reaching out with the good news of the gospel in ways that are creative and relevant, - and not just in words, but through lives in which God is making a difference!

May we be encouraged that God, by his grace, continuously works amongst and through his people here, as we seek to deepen our relationship with him

Diocesan Prayer for Mission

Diocesan Prayer for Mission

Father, we hold before you our family in the 

Diocese of Swansea and Brecon

and we open our hearts and minds to your Spirit:

Bless us as we gather in your name;

guide us as we grow into the likeness of your Son;

lead us by your Spirit to go out and make disciples of others.

Todays Bible Verse

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Worship provision across the Ministry Area: 

 

The Holy Eucharist will be celebrated as follows..

Sundays: 10am St.Paul’s, Sketty and 11am St.Hilary’s, Killay.

Wednesdays: 10.30am All Souls, Tycoch and 11am St.Paul’s, Sketty. 

Unfortunately, under current government and Church-in-Wales Guidelines, it will not be possible to have a Sunday service in Tycoch, nor a Thursday morning service in Killay. Please be aware that Covid Guidelines change from time to time, please make yourself aware of these changes, via news broadcasts.

Christmas churchgoing survey reports

In a survey of 6470 people conducted by YouGov on behalf of Ecclesiastical Insurance between 4 and 8 December, 1331 people identified themselves a churchgoers.

When asked how likely they would be to attend a service this year, however, 45 per cent said they were “not at all likely” to attend midnight mass, while the same number said that they were not at all likely to go to a nativity service; 33 per cent said that they were not at all likely to attend a carol service.

Of this sample, nearly one quarter of whom were Anglicans, most cited fear of catching the coronavirus as their chief reason for avoiding church (38 per cent), followed by restrictions in their area (26 per cent), and the lack of any services to attend (22 per cent).

“It is clear from the findings of these surveys that the shadow of Covid-19 is still with us this festive period, and it can’t be ignored as a hurdle for churches to consider,” the church operations director at Ecclesiastical Insurance, Michael Angell, has said.

  • taken from Church Times online

 

              Winchester Cathedral Choristers in preparations for carol services under coronavirus precautions.

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Harlech Crescent

Tycoch

Swansea

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