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Lent Programme 2024

Each year during the Season of Lent, we are encouraged to make space in our lives to grow in our faith through prayer and study, and give towards those less fortunate than ourselves. Here’s a guide to our Lent observances this year. Please do prayerfully consider how you might make the most of this Lenten season. We’d love to encourage you to take one or more of these opportunities to be renewed in your faith, and re-focused on the things…
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Service times for the Christmas Season

You can find details of our upcoming services throughout the Christmas season in the diary section below. Note there are some adjustments to our usual pattern, to enable our stipendiary clergy team to take their Christmas leave entitlement. This holiday season might offer a good opportunity to experience worship in a different church to your usual routine. Wherever you decide to worship, you can be sure of a warm welcome! Sunday 24th December The Fourth Sunday of Advent / Christmas…
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Christmas Services 2023

celebrate with us the wonder of Christmas! We’d love to welcome you to this year’s special Christmas services. Click or scroll down to find details of the services taking place at each of our churches: All Saints’ Cyncoed Sunday 17th December Sunday 24th December Monday 25th December All Saints’ Llanedeyrn Sunday 10th December Saturday 23rd December Sunday 24th December St Augustine’s Rumney Sunday 17th December Saturday 24th December Monday 25th December St David’s Pentwyn Sunday 10th December St Dyfrig’s Llanrumney…

All Souls’ Memorial Services

You are invited to join us for a special service commemorating All Souls’ Day. This special, reflective service provides an opportunity to remember lost loved ones, and entrust them into God’s eternal care. During the service, there will be an opportunity to request your loved ones’ names are read aloud, and to light a candle in their memory. Thursday 2nd November Sunday 5th November

Harvest Services

Join us for this year’s special services of Harvest Thanksgiving, as we sing some traditional Harvest hymns, give thanks for the wonder of God’s world and think about our responsibility to take care of it. In each service, we’ll be taking a special Harvest collection of non-perishable food items and/or cash which will go towards the work of our local food banks and food pantries as they support local families and households who are in need. Here are this year’s…

MA Newsletter: Trinity 2023

Looking back at the year so far, and mapping the road ahead… Welcome to our new edition of our Ministry Area newsletter for the Trinity Season. Inside you’ll find the latest updates from our Ministry Team, and discover how our new ECMA Mission is being worked out across our churches, in our schools and communities. You can also read an important update on our finances. Now Summer has finally arrived, why not find a spot where you can enjoy the…

New Vicar for Liturgy and Worship

We are delighted to announce that Bishop Cherry has appointed the Revd Marja Flipse as Vicar for Liturgy and Worship in the East Cardiff Ministry Area. Following ordination in the Diocese of Llandaff in 2008, Marja served in three different parishes before moving in 2020 to her home country of The Netherlands to serve in The Hague. She has broad gifts in liturgy and music which we look forward to her sharing with us in the Ministry Area. Bishop Cherry…

Holy Week & Easter Services

You are invited you to join us for our Holy Week services across East Cardiff. Experience the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus through music, prayer, and reflection. Holy Week – 3rd to 8th April Monday Tuesday Wednesday Maundy Thursday Good Friday Saturday / Easter Eve Easter day – Sunday 9th April Roath Park Lake All Saints’ Cyncoed All Saints’ Llanedeyrn St Augustine’s Rumney St David’s Pentwyn St Dyfrig’s Llanrumney St Edeyrn’s St Mellons

Ash Wednesday Services

As the Season of Lent begins, Ash Wednesday is an opportunity to contemplate our need of God’s grace, reflect on our sin, and admit our own human mortality and vulnerability. Here are this year’s services times: Wednesday 22nd February