All the churches in the circuit are currently closed for worship and meetings as we play our part in reducing the spread of coronavirus. We shall look forward to welcoming you to our churches when the government guidelines allow us to open again.’
Please note that a large proportion of our churches now use social media, and in particular FACEBOOK to advertise their news and events. Therefore church news is limited on the website.
we strongly advise that you search Facebook by typing in for example – “skewen methodist church” or “glynneath methodist church” or “sandfields methodist church” and so on to keep you up to date with church news
Taibach Wesley are holding a Strawberry Tea on Wednesday 19th June at 2pm. Entry is free, but donations will be accepted in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society. Contact us via Facebook or telephone 01639 897653/893606 to order your strawberry tea.”
NPT Circuit engaged in a variety of
prayer events during April 2019. All who attended were enriched by their experience
of sharing together in prayer for the Circuits in the Wales Synod, our local
communities and the wider world. Some of the prayer activities in the Churches
MARINE – We used a
prayer leaf to represent a different Circuit for which individuals prayed
during the week.
– The focus
of our prayer stations were the events of Easter and the empty tomb. We prayed
for the distressing situations in our world and asked God to bring to these the
victory of the empty tomb and the hope of the resurrection. We each prayed for
three people we know who don’t yet know Jesus as their friend and Saviour
asking that he will touch their lives and hearts. We committed ourselves to pray
for these people every day that they may feel the renewing power of the Holy
– We hosted
a Circuit ‘share prayer’ event and events for families and young people.
– We visited
Gnoll Park Estate and prayed over our town centre and the churches in Neath.
– We held a
prayer walk on Good Friday passing through the local park to Ty Santes Ffair Commumity
hall for an ecumenical open air service.
CORNELLY AND CYMMER – We
organised a prayer diary for the whole of the month.
AND GLYNNEATH – We engaged
in prayer during weekly Sunday Worship.