The annual Christmas candlelight carol service was held on the evening of the 16th December 2018. The service was led by our Superintendent minister Rosemary Davies and was well attended.
This years Christmas dinner was held at the Atlantic Hotel, Porthcawl. The event was well attended with 10 of our fellowship members. Many thanks to Brian for booking the table.
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This quarters men’s supper is being held at neath church this time around at 7:00 pm.
We receive a cooked meal which is followed by a speaker who will be the Revd Clive Williams. Clive is a distinguished musician and will be treating us to an organ recital in the main church
Everyone is invited. cost is £5.00
You must pre-book by the 26th of October by phoning Ken Nicholls on 07593 801948
Our annual Circuit Service of Remembering will be held on Wednesday 31st October at 7.00 pm at Taibach Wesley Methodist Church. This service will include the reading out of the names of those who have died during the past year (1st October 2017 – 30th September 2018) and whose funerals have been conducted by a member of the Neath Port Talbot Methodist Circuit, or who have been associated in some way with our churches. There will also be the opportunity to remember and give thanks to God for others who have died and whose memory we treasure and honour.
All are welcome to join us for this special service of thanksgiving and remembrance.
On November 6th @7pm there will be a bowling event for the youth (10+) at Tenpin Swansea. This is open to the whole circuit, not just members of our church. Under 16s £5.60 for 2 games, 16+ £6.85 for 2 games. Book a place by calling Emma on 07817 862374 by October 4th.
The NPT Circuit held a welcoming service at Neath Methodist Church on the afternoon of Saturday 1st September 2018 for our new Superintendent Presbyter Reverend Rosemary Davies. The service was lead by our Synod Chair Reverend Dr Stephen Wigley with the support of our Lay worker and most members of our Circuit leadership team.
Rosemary addressed the congregation which was made up of representatives from all of our nine churches and visitors.
After the service everyone shared a faith tea. Many thanks to the Neath team who made this all possible.
We all look forward to the future supporting Rosemary and working with our new team.
The circuit farewell service was held at 6:00 pm on Sunday 22 July 2018 at Sandfields Methodist Church.
The service was well attended with the Church full. Wendy Watts was also presented with a certificate to mark 25 years as a Local preacher.
We all had the opportunity of saying goodbye to our Superintendent Minister Christ Gray, Deacon Vivian Gray who are retiring to North Wales and Minister Kofi Amissah who has been stationed to the Cardiff Circuit.
During the service they offered emotional speeches and were presented with gifts as gratitude for all their hard work which was followed by a Faith supper.
God bless you all for your support over the last 7 years Viv and Chris and enjoy your well deserved retirement. God bless to you Kofi and your family with your new stationing.
Revd. Kofi Amissah arranged a “Ghanaian night” recently at Taibach Church. Many of his Christian country folk based in London entertained us with a typical African service which is very different to a traditional Methodist service here in Wales.
The service was very colourful, and loud with constant dancing and chanting. Everyone afterwards was treated to traditional Ghanaian food and drink.
Many thanks to the London based Ghanaian Church for a enjoyable evening.
On Sunday 6th May 2018 Taibach Church celebrated 125 years of worship at their church at Incline Row, Taibach. There was a circuit service held in the evening taken by Dr Stephen Wigley , Chair of the Wales Synod, Chris Gray Superintendent minister NPT Methodist Circuit and Dr Kofi Amissah NPT minister.
The service was attended by the Mayor and Mayoress of NPTCBC, Taibach church members and members of sister Methodist churches throughout NPT Methodist circuit.
Taibach kindly laid on refreshments prior to the service commencing.
We thank God for Taibach and its Christian witness over the last 125 years and look forward to their next 125 years