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  • PRIVACY POLICY | Aberconwy Mission 1

    PRIVACY POLICY A legal disclaimer The explanations and information provided on this page are only general and high-level explanations and information on how to write your own document of a Privacy Policy. You should not rely on this article as legal advice or as recommendations regarding what you should actually do, because we cannot know in advance what are the specific privacy policies you wish to establish between your business and your customers and visitors. We recommend that you seek legal advice to help you understand and to assist you in the creation of your own Privacy Policy. Privacy Policy - the basics Having said that, a privacy policy is a statement that discloses some or all of the ways a website collects, uses, discloses, processes, and manages the data of its visitors and customers. It usually also includes a statement regarding the website’s commitment to protecting its visitors’ or customers’ privacy, and an explanation about the different mechanisms the website is implementing in order to protect privacy. Different jurisdictions have different legal obligations of what must be included in a Privacy Policy. You are responsible to make sure you are following the relevant legislation to your activities and location. What to include in the Privacy Policy Generally speaking, a Privacy Policy often addresses these types of issues: the types of information the website is collecting and the manner in which it collects the data; an explanation about why is the website collecting these types of information; what are the website’s practices on sharing the information with third parties; ways in which your visitors and customers can exercise their rights according to the relevant privacy legislation; the specific practices regarding minors’ data collection; and much, much more. To learn more about this, check out our article “Creating a Privacy Policy ”.

  • Fellowship Groups | Aberconwy Mission 1

    Fellowship groups & other regular activities Open Table: Safe sacred space for LGBTQIA+ Christians and all who believe in an inclusive church. Monthly on a saturday at All Saints church. The next Open Table service will be on Saturday 22nd June at All Saints, Deganwy. For details contact Rev Sarah Hildreth-Osborn for details. Paned a sgwrs/Cuppa and Chat All welcome to these regular gatherings, as follows: Glan Conwy Church House - Wednesdays 10.30-12 noon St Grwst’s Thursdays 10-12 noon Eglwysbach (all in the Community Hall): Monday Club (Chat & Craft) 1-3pm. Village Hall ‘Coffee Stop’ Thursdays 10.30am to 11.30 am Lunch Club (twice a month), Fridays 1-3pm St Paul’s Craig-y-Don Thursdays in church at 11 am after the 10.30 am morning Eucharist St David’s Penrhyn Bay Fridays at 10.30 am after the 10 am morning Eucharist Julian Group : Julian Meetings take place all over the UK and are named after the English Mystic: Lady Julian of Norwich. They are short, simple prayer groups practising silent, contemplative prayer. We begin with a few minutes of relaxing music followed by a short reading on prayer, then a bell is sounded and we sit in quiet for 30 minutes of silent prayer. Another bell sounds to indicate the end of the meeting, which usually lasts around 40-45 mins. All are welcome. The group meets by Zoom every Monday evening. Contact Rev Linda Mary for details: WhatsApp Prayer Group : for prayer and to share reflections contact St Paul's Monthly Fellowship Group: Details to follow St David's Church is open for personal prayer & reflection on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, 10-12 noon. Communal prayers 11.00am on Tuesdays. ​ Study groups at St David's: 11-12 noon and 7pm every Wednesday Hub Club : After-school club (term-time only) for children aged 4-9. 3.30-5pm Tuesdays at St David's All Saints House Group 7.30pm alternate Tuesdays: contact for details

  • WORSHIP | Aberconwy Mission 1

    For information about special interest groups please see our 'Fellowship groups' page Candlelit service at All Saints, Deganwy CHURCH SERVICES Join us at one of our nine local churches for Family Service or Holy Communion every Sunday (and on some weekdays too - see below for details). Bring your family and experience the joy of worship together. Children are welcome at all our services and special activities are often provided to keep them entertained! Let your children discover the teachings of Jesus in a fun and interactive way. REGULAR SERVICES IN THE MISSION AREA (but please check the monthly list of church services on our What's On page in case of any changes ) Sunday Services Holy Eucharist 8.00 am St David's 8.00 am St Hilary's (1st & 3rd Sunday only) 9.30 am St Cystennin's & St Michael's (St Michael's, 4th Sunday, Family Eucharist) 9.45 am St Grwst's 10.30 am St Paul's (3rd Sunday Family Eucharist) 11.00 am St David's, St Hilary's & All Saints (4th Sunday Family Eucharist) 11.15 am St Ffraid's ​ 2.00 pm St Martin's 6.00 pm St Hilary's Cymun Bendigaid with English Sermon (4th Sunday only) To see all the services & times at any particular church, check out the CHURCHES page Online Worship St Paul's 10.30 am Sunday morning service is available every week here Sunday Services Non-Eucharistic 2.00 pm St Martin's Occasional Non-eucharistic service, please see the monthly list of services on our What's On page 6.00 pm St Hilary's Service of Wholeness & Healing (Occasionally - please see Monthly Services list) 6.00 pm St David's Cafe Church in the Church Hall (Last Sunday of the month only) ​ Weekday Services Holy Eucharist Wednesday 10 am, All Saints Thursday 10.30 am, St Paul’s Friday 10 am, St David’s ​ Service of Holy Eucharist at St David’s Hospice, Abbey Road, every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 2 pm​​ Healing Services 1st Tuesday 11.30 am, St David’s Sunday 6 pm, St Hilary’s (Occasionally - please see monthly list of services) St David's Church is open Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 10-12 noon; prayers 11.00 am on Tuesdays. Celebrating Easter Day on the Little Orme

  • WHAT'S ON | Aberconwy Mission 1

    OUR PUBLICATIONS CYLCHGRAWN ARDAL GENHADOL ABERCONWY ​ MISSION AREA MAGAZINE The Mission Area Magazine is available in hard copy for £1 but free online. It contains many thought-provoking and informative articles along with lots of useful information. You can open a pdf format (ie document) version of the Magazine just by clicking here... to read last month's magazine or to read this month's magazine so click now and get reading! ABERCONWY MISSION AREA PEW NEWS The Pew News is circulated every week. It contains details of all the week's services in the Mission Area, including the week's scripture readings, plus Notices and other useful information. You can open a pdf format (ie document) version of the Pew News just by clicking here: ​ last week's Pew News or this week's Pew News so click now and get reading! Events & Calendar This month's events Monthly calendar of events Click on the icon to open the pdf This month's church services Monthly list of church services Click on the icon to open the pdf

  • WHAT WE DO | Aberconwy Mission 1

    Aberconwy Care & Share Care and share is an initiative where food parcels can be delivered to people who are struggling financially, especially if they have fallen through other nets. This is designed to help those who are in immediate or short term need, if they have been unable to find help from other charities such as food bank. We are always looking out for volunteers to shop, pack, and deliver, as well as being in need of generous donors. If you feel you can help, please contact Rev'd Juliet Happy Saturdays Happy Saturdays: A monthly group for children & adults with learning difficulties, 3-4pm on Saturday at St Grwst's. Contact Rev'd Sarah Hildreth-Osborn 01492 702330

  • Aberconwy Mission Area Christian North Wales UK

    WELCOME TO ABERCONWY MISSION AREA Exploring Faith & Worship Sharing Christ's Love with the Community We are part of the diocese of St Asaph within the Church of Wales. Our Mission Area covers a large and beautiful part of North Wales, stretching from the Victorian holiday resort of Llandudno through the transport hub of Llandudno Junction, down the Conwy Valley to the pretty market town of Llanrwst. Visitors are warmly invited to join us at our church services and in our wider Christian activities. Bonfire Night Fireworks, Llandudno Bodnant Gardens in Spring ​ Explore our nine historic churches and become part of a community that follows in the footsteps of the early Celtic saints, dedicated to faith and fellowship. Llandudno's famous goats THE EVENT SPOT Watch this space for information about forthcoming events in the Mission Area! This is our new Mission Area Website! This website is under construction so please bear with us. Ultimately the site will be available in Welsh too but at the moment it's only in English. If you have any suggestions for improvement, please don't hesitate to let us know. You can contact the web design team through the Parish Office email: , but please put 'AMA Website' in the Subject line!

  • LIFE EVENTS | Aberconwy Mission 1

    CHRISTENING (BAPTISM) We believe that children are a precious gift from God. Your child is special, and we hope that their christening, or baptism as it’s sometimes called, will prove to be the start of an amazing journey with him. You can be christened (or baptised) either as a child or as an adult. Jesus himself was baptised in the River Jordan, and many adults who are christened/baptised do so as an opportunity to follow in his footsteps and publicly declare their Christian faith. Babies and very young children are too young to make this commitment for themselves, so parents or guardians, along with their godparents, make that declaration of commitment to the Christian faith for them. Parents, guardians and godparents who bring children to be christened are themselves asked to commit to sharing that special journey of faith with them. They will be asked to commit to pray for their child, and to help them learn more about Jesus and the Christian faith. They will also commit to help them navigate their way through life against a backdrop of faith, hope, and love, and to help them become part of the wider church family. Christenings sometimes take place in the context of one of the church’s regular services, but some are held at a separate time where just your family and friends are present. It is often possible to include your choice of prayers, readings and music to make it feel even more special and unique. Our clergy will be happy to talk through all of this with you prior to the special day itself. You can find contact details for our Mission Area staff and clergy here. CONFIRMATION Confirmation is a special church service in which a person confirms the promises that were made when they were baptized. If you were baptized at a christening when you were a child, your parents and godparents made these promises on your behalf. As a young person or adult, you may be ready to affirm these promises for yourself and commit your life to following Jesus Christ. At a confirmation service, you make these promises for yourself. The local bishop will lay their hands on your head and ask God’s Holy Spirit to give you the strength and commitment to live God’s way for the rest of your life. Your friends and family as well as the local Christian community will be there to promise to support and pray for you. The Service of Confirmation usually follows a period of preparation, often in a group, where you can learn about what it means to commit to being a Christian. These sessions should be fun and stimulating and you will be able to ask difficult questions and engage in discussion. To find out more about confirmation, contact a member of our staff or one of the clergy here. MARRIAGE Marriage is a gift from God. The Bible teaches that marriage is a life-long, faithful union between a man and a woman, and compares married love with the love Jesus has for his people – a love expressed in his willing sacrifice of himself on the cross. Marriage is a gift of God through which husband and wife may grow together in the knowledge, love and service of God. It is given that, united with one another in heart, in mind and in body, they may increase in love and trust. God joins husband and wife in life-long union as the foundation of family life (in which children are born and nurtured and) in which each member of the family, in good times and in bad, may find strength, companionship and comfort, and grow to maturity in love. Marriage enriches society and strengthens community. You have a right to be married in your local parish church. The law requires that at least one of those to be married should: reside in the parish where the wedding is to take place, or be a regular worshipper in the parish and have your name entered on the church electoral roll, or have a ‘qualifying connection’, which is defined by law as meaning that you were baptised or confirmed in the parish, that you or a parent formerly lived for at least six months in the parish, that you or a parent formerly habitually attended worship in the parish for at least six months or that a parent or grandparent was married in the parish. If you are under the age of eighteen, you must have your parents’ consent to marry. There are special guidelines on church marriage if you have been divorced. The normal preliminary to getting married in the Church in Wales is by banns, the procedure of notifying people of your intention to marry. There are circumstances in which some form of licence, such as a Common Licence or Special Licence, is more appropriate. We can advise you about this - contact details for our staff and clergy can be found here. FUNERALS Organising a funeral can be an incredibly difficult and challenging thing to do, especially so when you’re having to say goodbye to someone you love and who has been a big part of your life. In Aberconwy Mission Area we are here to help and support you, not only in planning the funeral service itself, but for as long as you need us afterwards. Christians believe that each and every person is uniquely made in the image of God, and we understand that a funeral needs to reflect all that was special about the person you knew and loved, whether that service takes place at a church, crematorium or burial ground. Despite the strong feelings of loss and grief that we often experience when a loved one dies, we believe that a funeral should reflect the great hope and comfort that lies at the heart of the Christian faith. This assures us that this life is not all that there is, and through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, God promises a place where there is no more death, or tears, or sadness. Just as every person is unique, so should their funeral be. Our clergy will encourage you to talk about the person you want to give thanks for and the life you want to celebrate. They can help you plan the service, and together discuss what’s possible. There are lots of ways in which you can make the funeral feel really personal: what is said about your loved one, what you’d like people to wear, the music that is played, the readings that are chosen, the prayers that are said, or maybe choosing a photograph to place at the front. We are here to support you before, during and after the funeral. Please do get in touch to discuss how we can help. You can find contact details for our staff and clergy here.

  • Rev'd Grace Lomas

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  • St Cystennin's, Llangwstennin

    < BACK St Cystennin's, Llangwstennin Clergy : Rev'd Sue Storey (Associate Priest) Phone : 01492 517727 Email: ​ PREVIOUS NEXT Regular Services Sunday 9.30 am Holy Eucharist For our website/social media page click HERE About Us

  • Mandy Groom

    < Back Mandy Groom Mission Area Administrator Email: Tel: 01492 541615 Responsibility n/a Info PREVIOUS NEXT

  • All Saints, Deganwy

    < BACK All Saints, Deganwy Clergy : Rev'd Sarah Hildreth-Osborn (Priest-in-Charge) Phone : 01492 702330 Email: PREVIOUS NEXT Regular Services Sunday 11 am Holy Eucharist (4th Sunday in the month, Family Eucharist) For our website/social media page click HERE About Us

  • St David's, Penrhyn Bay

    < BACK St David's, Penrhyn Bay Clergy : Rev'd Canon Juliet Fraser (Priest-in-Charge) Phone : 01492 490391 Email: PREVIOUS NEXT Regular Services Sunday 8 am Holy Eucharist Sunday 11 am Holy Eucharist Last Sunday in the month, 6pm Cafe Church in St David's Church Hall 1st Tuesday in the month, 11.30 am Service of Wholeness & Healing For our website/social media page click HERE About Us

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