Coronavirus update

Dear friends,

During the next few weeks we will be screening all our services here Salem Tonteg on Youtube

Shalom and Food Bank will still run as usual on Saturdays from 11 till 1 pm but all other events are cancelled. Please let us know if you or anyone else you know in the community needs help.

If you would like to read more about what we are doing, please read the letter to all members and friends of Salem here Coronavirus Update

With love, blessings and prayers,

Rosa

 

 

BB is Back!

This year’s BB sessions start on the 20th September, and we are delighted to welcome Mrs Ann Williams as our new Company Captain. Revd Philip Gullidge will still be very much involved in the company.

Please download this term’s newsletter here BB letter Sept 2018

Services over Summer 2018

29th July: A huge thank you to all those who helped make Summershine 2018 the best Summershine ever! Just a reminder: there will only be one service at Salem this Sunday – an all age event at 11 am where we will celebrate Summershine and reflect on the treasures that the Guardians have found this week from the story of Jesus.

Services in August:

NO WELSH SERVICES AT 9.30 am – DIM GWASANAETHAU CYMRAEG am 9.30

11 am and 6 pm services to run as usual unless otherwise advised (Rosa is away until 8th September)

Services in September: back to normal, with Welsh language service at 9.30 am, all age English language service at 11 am, and traditional English language service at 6 pm.

Services in May, June and July

All are welcome to our services. You don’t need to be a Christian, or to wear smart clothes. Just come as you are! We have an all age service at 11 am, which also has children’s activities (what used to be called Sunday School, but more fun than school!) We also have a more traditional service at 6 pm. Both of these are in English.

Mae gwasanaeth Cymraeg am 9.30 bob bore Sul. Croeso arbennig i ddysgwyr!

Through May, June and July we will be following the Revised Common Lectionary (https://lectionary.library.vanderbilt.edu/) and exploring chapters 15 and 16 of John’s gospel, as well as Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians.

The 3rd of June is a very special day. At 11 am we will be celebrating the infant dedication of Owain, and this will be followed by a bring and share lunch, to which all are invited. At 6 pm we will then be treated to a concert by Ny Ako, a Scripture Union choir from Madagascar. Tickets are free, but the choir will be selling some local crafts in order to help fund their tour. Please bring your friends!

Come and listen to our story!

We start to re-tell an old, old story this week, and a story which still has the power to bring life and hope. Join us in the retelling of the Easter story at Salem:
We start on Maundy Thursday 29th March at 4 pm with a Tenebrae service to tell the story of Jesus’ last meal with his friends, and his betrayal.
Then on Good Friday 30th March at 9.30 am we have a short healing service for all those going through difficult times. This is followed by hot cross buns at 10 am.
Then at 10.30 am that same Friday we have a creative bilingual service in partnership with Castellau and Tabernacl churches, where we tell the story of Jesus’ betrayal and death.
Easter Sunday morning, at 10.30 am, we have a joyous, bilingual, all age service to celebrate the end of the story: or is it just the beginning?!
All services at Salem. Please come and join us – you will be so welcome!