HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II
The news death of Her Majesty, The Queen has been received with great sadness. Like most of population, have lived lives with that her reign, and no experience of another monarch in United Kingdom.
The Queen service and dedication, to Nation and Commonwealth were extraordinary. She inspired us through good times and bad, through celebrations and setbacks in life of Nation.
We are particularly thankful to God for Her Majesty’s Christian witness. At Christmas, her broadcasts to the Nation never failed to speak of her personal faith in Christ. She commended love for God and one’s neighbour time and time again. Her life of service and devotion will always be an example and an encouragement to us all.
Our prayers with the Royal family this time as grieve for beloved Queen.
We welcome donations to Carmarthen Foodbank – is practice donate items of Foodbank by placing items at foot in church and by handing money to our wardens. As not possible at present we are hoping that who wish to donate money the Foodbank will continue and are offering this through the church. Financial donations can made on line giving but those who wish can give them to Jean and Huw (275222) or Margaret and Peter (275479). In these unprecedented times is even more important to support those who are struggling to food their families look forward to hearing from who wish to help in this way.
Where is St Twrog Church?
Welcome to St Twrog Church Llanddarog, near the National Botanic Garden of Wales. The Church was built at high point between Carmarthen and Cross Hands and it distinctive steeple is landmark for travelling along the busy A48. It mark place where worship and prayer have been offered since before the sixth century when Twrog, the local man of God, established his community – his ‘Llan’ – on this high point between the Gwendraeth and the Tywi valleys.
What do we do?
Worship, prayer, witness, service and fellowship continues today with lively congregation. Our life and worship reflects their character of rural parish which hand strong associations with coal mining in Gwendraeth Valley.
We invite you visit St Twrog Church at heart of beautiful community, these green hills and valleys of Carmarthenshire. On most Sundays hold two services, one in Welsh and one in English, for more detail please click here.
Where do we belong?
St Twrog Church is link ministry of Canon Dewi Roberts to Llanarthne and Llangendeirne Churches. These Churches, together with seven others this area are benefice within their Local Ministry Area of Cydweli. It is parish the Diocese of St Davids the Church in Wales, at Province the Anglican Communion.