We love to welcome new people whether they have been going to church of their whole lives or have never stepped foot into a church building before! All are welcome.
St Mary the Virgin, Angle: 9.30am every Sunday
St David's, Hundleton: 11am every Sunday
St Gwynog's, St Twynnells: 8am on the second Sunday of the month and 5pm on the 3rd Sunday
Ss James and Elidyr, Stackpole: 4pm on the first Sunday and 11am on the third Sunday of the month
St Michael's and All Angels, Bosherston: 9.30am on the fourth Sunday of the month
You can find more church details and directions HERE
When should I arrive?
If you arrive about 10 to 15 minutes before the beginning of a service it will give someone a chance to welcome you and for you to find a seat.
How long does the service go on for?
Services normally last for about an hour but don’t be embarrassed if you need to leave early.
Will I be able to park?
On road parking is available outside our churches. Stackpole and Hundleton have small carparks.
What should I wear?
Wear whatever you feel comfortable in. Don’t dress to try and be someone you’re not. A few people coming in suits, others in jeans and tee-shirts. Whatever you wear you will be welcome.
Can I bring my children?
Yes! We love children at all of our churches and count them a valuable and necessary part of our church family. Unfortunately we don't currently have any Sunday school facilities but all ages are welcome to join in with services. Keep a special look out for our all-age celebrations.
We have children's areas in Hundleton, Angle and St Twynnells for little people who need to stretch their legs and there are weekly craft activities provided as part of the service in Hundleton.
What will happen in a service?
Each of our churches differ slightly in style but someone will lead the service from the front and explain each stage as it happens.
Services are normally led using the 1984 prayer book or printed liturgy with responses for the congregation included.
In all of our services we sing songs and hymns with the words provided in a book and led by an organ or guitar. We will also have prayers (sometimes called intercessions) in each service too – these will be lead by the person taking the service.
We will then have a reading from the bible and a talk about what we just heard (sometimes called a sermon). Although the Bible is an old book it remains relevant and meaningful to our modern lives. This talk will help us to live as followers of Jesus, whatever our walks of life.
The service will finish with a prayer (sometimes called a blessing) and there is plenty of time for people to socialise.
What is Communion?
If it is a service of Holy Communion this will also be included in our service. Communion is where we share bread and wine together as a congregation to specifically remember the sacrifice that Jesus made by dying on the cross for us. If you are a Christian you are welcome to join in taking the bread and wine. Alternatively, if you don't feel ready to take communion, don't be embarrassed to ask for a blessing, or to stay in your seat.
The bread and the wine is served at the front of the church where people stand or kneel by the altar rail – just follow the crowd when people start to go up to the front and if you are not sure about anything please just ask
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