Walking with God in Prayer – Bangor Synod
A chance to stop and be still with God at this time in preparation for Pentecost. A reflective day of experiencing four ways to pray. A time to reflect on scripture with your heart, a time to use your imagination in prayer and a time to reflect on your journey each day.
Open for anyone to come, bring your own lunch to share with others, there are facilities to heat food, and a time to reflect with others on a journey of prayer.
Gathering at 10 am on the Tuesday 6th June and finishing at 4 pm, Eglwys y Groes Maesgeirchen Bangor LL57 1UB. Please contact Fr Dominic McClean to book on this day run by the diocese.
Bishop Andy’s Easter Messages
The Bishop of Bangor – the Right Reverend Andy John – has prepared a video and a written message for Easter.
In his written message Bishop Andy reflects on the recent controversy about the words ‘Easter’ and ‘Eggs’, and encourages people to focus on the true meaning of Easter.
In his video message, Bishop Andy talks about ancient battles as well as the battles of today, and how the Resurrection offers us hope.
Click above to play the video and here for his written message : https://esban.net/2oU616t
Vigil for Peace in Bangor Cathedral – ’Just what was needed’
200 people last night (Wednesday 29 March) responded to the invitation from the the Imam of Bangor Islamic Centre and the Dean of Bangor – Mirazam Khan and the Very Reverend Kathy Jones – come together in reflection and to pray for peace a week on from the terrorist attack in London (Wednesday 22 March).
Read more : https://esban.net/2oBN2Jx