North Cornelly Methodist Church are holding a coffee morning on Friday 12 April 2019. Doors open at 9:00 am and closes at 12:00 noon.
There will be a cake stall and bric-a-brac stall at the venue to tempt you with plenty of bacon baps if that takes your fancy. there will also be an opportunity to purchase some tomato plants for the greenhouse
The NPT night shelter scheme has just completed its first year with five churches around NPT offering overnight shelter, warmth and food for local homeless men and women. The churches that were involved as venues were Skewen Methodist Church, The Salvation Army, Skewen branch, Baglan Community Church, Sandfields Methodist Church and Saint Mary’s Church, Aberavon.
Housing Justice Wales managed the scheme with help from the Welsh Assembly and NPTCBC. The scheme relied upon volunteers drawn from members of the above Churches, other denominations and non church goers. We are all working towards rolling out a similar scheme in “year two” where it is hoped to offer Night Shelter for each day of the week from the beginning of January to the end of March 2020. week and train up more volunteers.
May we thank all those who have contributed to the NPT Night Shelter
Anyone wishing to know more about the scheme or to volunteer please contact Jonathan Hughes via email – email@example.com
Tom Edwards and Trevor Harry were presented with certificates to mark their 40 year’s as Methodist local preachers at a circuit service in North Cornelly on Sunday 31 march 2019. Revd Rosemary Davies is seen presenting Tom and Trevor with their certificates. We are all very grateful to both of them for their years of faithful service
As part of Prayer Month, Neath Port Talbot Methodist Circuit are holding a “Share Prayer” event on Saturday 6th April at Sandfields Methodist Church, Western Avenue, Port Talbot. Doors will open at 9:30 am, with refreshments being served until 10 am. The session will finish at 12:30 pm..
This will be a morning of exploring different ways, and
purposes, of praying through interactive workshop sessions.
Workshops will include:
pastoral prayer, where there will be an opportunity to practise praying for, and with, others;
silent/ meditative prayer, where there will be an opportunity to explore the use of music, pictures and objects in prayer;
and a prayer station workshop which will explore setting up and using prayer stations to focus prayers; We will be creating a prayer station which focuses on Christianity in our lives as a whole. For this, there is an invitation to bring along an object which is symbolic of your life within the church, and another that is symbolic of your life outside of the church.