Monthly News
We pray for those who are ill at home, in hospitals or nursing homes. Our thoughts and prayers are also with those who lovingly care for them day by day: Phyllis Harris, Emlyn Bawden, Joan Dobbs, Eunice Miron, Fr. Roy Blewett, Margaret Harris, Barbara Jones, Phyllis Davies, Eddie Rowe. Hugh Stratton is home and being cared for by Pat. Phyllis Smith returns to hospital for further eye surgery. *** It   was   good   to   see   Steve   Lewis   and   Bob   Mapp   back   in   church.   They   would   both   like   to   thank   everyone   for   their   best   wishes   after their replacement knee operations. Our   love   and   prayers   are   with   Ken   and   Elaine   Graves   -   granddaughter   Cerris   has   had   to   undergo   more   painful   surgery.   However, the surgeon is hopeful that all went well in theatre and that she will make good progress. All our prayers and sympathy go to Denise Rogers whose much loved brother, Hugh Porter’s funeral was last Wednesday. *** Hugh and Pat Stratton would like to thank everyone for their good wishes, prayers and offers of lifts during Hugh’s recent stay in hospital He is now at home full of tablets and recovering well.
Callum with the Grand Slam and Triple Crown and captain Alun Wyn Jones
Canon Phillip admiring the new notice board on the South wall of St Martin's Church. The new board was made by Colin Williams and erected by Colin Williams and Roger Draisey. Hopefully this will show times of different services and hopefully more people will be able to attend and see that we are a vibrant and welcoming church. Roger Draisey
Killay worship leader selected for ordination training Sarah   Harris   ( wife   of   Churchwarden   Jeremy )   has   recently   returned   from   attending the   Provincial   Discernment   Board   meeting   in   Hawarden,   North   Wales.   This   week, Sarah   has   learned   that   she   has   been   successful   in   her   application   to   join   the sacred   ministry.   Sarah   comes   from   Cornish   Baptist   roots,   via   Elim   Pentecostal Church,   to   now   see   her   faith   through   Anglican   eyes.   Sarah   comes   to   the   Church- in-Wales   with   a   wealth   of   knowledge   and   experience,   she   will   begin   her   training   in the    Autumn.    As    well    as    displaying    a    vocation,    Sarah    has    been    part    of    the Killay/Tycoch    Lay    Worship    Team    for    several    years    now,    being    Confirmed    by Archbishop John almost a year ago. Oh – she also bakes great cakes!
PARISH OF KILLAY
The Church in Wales in the Diocese of Swansea & Brecon
St Hilary & St Martin
  PLWYF CILÂ
Monthly News
Callum with the Grand Slam and Triple Crown and captain Alun Wyn Jones
Canon Phillip admiring the new notice board on the South wall of St Martin's Church. The new board was made by Colin Williams and erected by Colin Williams and Roger Draisey. Hopefully this will show times of different services and hopefully more people will be able to attend and see that we are a vibrant and welcoming church. Roger Draisey
We pray for those who are ill at home, in hospitals or nursing homes. Our thoughts and prayers are also with those who lovingly care for them day by day: Phyllis Harris, Emlyn Bawden, Joan Dobbs, Eunice Miron, Fr. Roy Blewett, Margaret Harris, Barbara Jones, Phyllis Davies, Eddie Rowe. Hugh Stratton is home and being cared for by Pat. Phyllis Smith returns to hospital for further eye surgery. *** It   was   good   to   see   Steve   Lewis   and   Bob   Mapp   back   in church.   They   would   both   like   to   thank   everyone   for their     best     wishes     after     their     replacement     knee operations. Our   love   and   prayers   are   with   Ken   and   Elaine   Graves   - granddaughter   Cerris   has   had   to   undergo   more   painful surgery.   However,   the   surgeon   is   hopeful   that   all   went well in theatre and that she will make good progress. All    our    prayers    and    sympathy    go    to    Denise    Rogers whose   much   loved   brother,   Hugh   Porter’s   funeral   was last Wednesday. *** Hugh and Pat Stratton would like to thank everyone for their good wishes, prayers and offers of lifts during Hugh’s recent stay in hospital He is now at home full of tablets and recovering well.
Killay worship leader selected for ordination training Sarah    Harris    ( wife    of    Churchwarden    Jeremy )    has recently     returned     from     attending     the     Provincial Discernment     Board     meeting     in     Hawarden,     North Wales.   This   week,   Sarah   has   learned   that   she   has been   successful   in   her   application   to   join   the   sacred ministry.   Sarah   comes   from   Cornish   Baptist   roots,   via Elim   Pentecostal   Church,   to   now   see   her   faith   through Anglican   eyes.   Sarah   comes   to   the   Church-in-Wales with   a   wealth   of   knowledge   and   experience,   she   will begin   her   training   in   the   Autumn.   As   well   as   displaying a   vocation,   Sarah   has   been   part   of   the   Killay/Tycoch Lay    Worship    Team    for    several    years    now,    being Confirmed   by   Archbishop   John   almost   a   year   ago.   Oh – she also bakes great cakes!
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PARISH OF KILLAY
The Church in Wales in the Diocese of Swansea & Brecon
St Hilary & St Martin
  PLWYF CILÂ