Messy Church 2021 – Epiphany

Messy Church began 2021 with Epiphany, and the story of the wise men visiting the baby Jesus. King Herod made a pantomime style appearance (he’s behind you!!). We made 3 wise men and a star to help us remember the story.

We will be meeting every 2 weeks during lockdown, so if anyone else would like to join us, please WhatsApp or text 07841 160430 for a zoom link. Links are issued individually, and should not be shared to help maintain a secure “room”.

Christianity Explored

A 7- week course looking at the basics of the Christian Faith will begin on Tuesday 02nd February at 7.30pm on Zoom. If you would like further information or would like to register for the course, please contact Fr Rex by email: rexmatthias61@gmail.com

We realise that evenings don’t suit everyone; if this is you, please let us know so that we can plan future courses.

Prayer Group

We are a small group who were meeting regularly in the Parish Church before it was closed for re-ordering, to pray for the needs of the Parish. We now meet via Zoom at 7.30pm on Wednesday of each week. We begin by looking at the readings for the forthcoming Sunday then spend time in prayer. If you would be interested in joining us please send your details to: janet.cameron2@btinternet.com

 

‘Crack the Code’ is back.

The QR codes for this walking and discovering family focussed activity will remain in place until Jan 11th when the children return to school (possibly), so you still have a chance to dodge the rain and snow to discover the real meaning of Christmas, if you haven’t already. When you get to clue 3, look to your right to find clue 4. That’s as much help as you need!  Enjoy, SAFELY.

Please ensure that you follow all current government Social Distancing guidance as you take part in this trail.

Crib and Christingle service, St Asaph Parish Church: 2020

This popular service was broadcast on www.stasaphcathedral.wales page at 4pm on Christmas Eve. During the 2 weeks prior to this, some 60 “Christingle kits” were made and delivered. Clearly from just some of the photos received, the message of Christmas was received and enjoyed in the safety of our own homes. The service is still available to view if you missed it. Thank you to the staff and children of year 2 at St Asaph VP Infants School, and the other readers for their lovely help with making the service so special.

It is everyones’ hope that we will be able to meet in person again in 2021. Meanwhile, please remember to Stay Safe everyone.

Larger images of these ‘thumbnails’ below can be viewed in the ‘Childrens’ page.