Sunday, 10 May 2009

Along the North Wales coast

My visit to North Wales took me via a Preacher's conference on 'Worship in the world of work' at Llandudno to the MHA at Colwyn Bay where I was met by Patrick Slattery the District Chair and Ifor Jones the Chaplain.
It was good to see again the standard of care offered to residents in our Methodist Homes.
At St John's Bangor (top picture) I was presented with the gift of a locally grown damson tree by the Rev Alf Williams - a unique gift. Then it was on to St John's at Conwy to a reflective evening service led by the Rev Nick Sissons (bottom picture).
On the way we were able to visit Moelyci, a co-operative farm set up by two members of the Bangor congregation which is doing pioneering environmental work and reviving interest in traditional crafts. Find out more from their website

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