Welcome

 

Welcome, and thank you for visiting The Parish of Pyle and Kenfig. 

The Parish consists of two churches, St James in Pyle and St Mary Magdalene in Kenfig. There is also a Parish Hall in Pyle. The Parish serves the communities of Pyle, North and South Cornelly, Mawdlam and Kenfig.

Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. 

St. James
Service Times

 

Sunday     

8am        Communion (1984 version)

11am      Holy Communion

6pm        Parish Evensong

 

Wednesday 

10am      Holy Communion

 

(Except on 2nd Sunday in the month when there is evening Eucharist)

St. Mary Magdalene Service Times

 

Sunday     

9.30 am     Sung Communion

 

Wednesday 

11am          Holy Communion

 

If anyone wants to see the Vicar they should attend the 11 am service at Pyle on a Sunday, when they can talk to Rev Duncan Walker immediately afterwards.

Our Mission

The Parish of Pyle and Kenfig is passionate about sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with our community. This is something the two churches have been doing for more than a thousand years. We believe that the love of God in His Son Jesus Christ is crucial for us and the community in which we live. Please join us as we make our daily journey with Jesus. 

1st December 2019

Advent 1

Prayer for the week

God of gentleness and humility: 
Kingship speak's of glory and prestige, of power and deference due. As Jesus set aside his heavenly status to show his love for us, may those who seek authority on earth be courageous, their leadership characterised by honesty and unselfishness; that we may trust and respect them, and support them in our prayers.  
Amen. 

Parish Food Bank

There are baskets at both churches, in the porch. We are trying to make a difference in the lives of parishioners who cannot even manage to buy the basics for themselves and their families.

We have been collecting food for several years, so that you know that if ever you feel you can help then there is always a basket for you to deposit your food in.

Together we can make a difference. 

Parish Pastoral Officer 

If you would like a parish visit, or Home Communion, Heather would like you to talk to you about this. 

Please contact Heather Vann on 01656 741543 or email vann651@btinternet.com

Parish Safeguarding Officer

If you have any worries about the well being of the Vulnerable, of whatever age, please speak to Dave Xerri on 01656 748548 or email dave@xerri.wales

Newsletter

1st December 2019

2020 Vision

Bishop June plans for next year to be a special time of pilgrim- age and exploration. We have special journeys planned to the Cathedral and to the Gower. It is all part of the plan to tell the special and joyous story of Jesus. To be aware of this ourselves and to share it with our communities.

Lay Ministry Group

I am very grateful to those who feel called to be part of the ministry in the parish. Many people tell me how much they appreciate their input. Thank you for your support and prayers. I feel that all they do is such a blessing.

Mothers Union

On Thursday 5th December we have our Branch Christmas Lunch at The Grove, 12 for 12.30. Then on Tuesday 10th December we have our Advent Service at 2.00pm at St James. 

Used stamps

Dawn collects used stamps to help animal welfare charities. If you could collect your stamps and bring them to church they will be greatly appreciated. Together, we can make a difference.

Food Bank

Terry wants to thank everyone who supports our contributions to the local Food Bank. These are greatly appreciated, and help to support desperate people during their hour of need. So Terry asks you all to keep up the good work. 

Healing Services

We have these at both churches at the mid-week services on the first Wednesday of the month. In addition, there will not be Healing as part of the 6pm service on the third Sunday of the month at St James’. 

Gift Aid

This is a way of increasing your giving by 25% without it costing you a penny. If you pay tax, then have a word with one of the Wardens. It is a simple matter of signing a form, and then when you put in your collection envelope, the Government adds 25% without it costing you anything. 

Motor Neurone Disease 

As you know John and Sue Roberts have raised thousands of pounds to fight this disease and give support to those who are suffering from it. They are now selling royal mail stamps, to raise some funds. So please support them. 

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Parish School Officers 

Susan Oates and Karen Evans: 749738

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