The Anglican Churches in the Monmouth Area

The Anglican Churches in the Monmouth Area

Welcome!

We are a group of Anglican Parishes belonging to the Church in Wales, located within and around the beautiful town of Monmouth.

Each of our Parishes has its own history and unique identity but we recognise that we are all part of the Family of God and so we work together with one another, with our communities, and with our sisters and brothers in Christ across the denominations.

Until Monday 9th November, in line with Welsh government “firebreak” pandemic regulations, our church buildings are closed once again

Until Monday 9th November, church services with congregations are suspended. Online ministry continues, with Compline evening prayer throughout the period. The best way to find Compline is to subscribe to Monmouth Praise! on YouTube. When you subscribe you will see a bell symbol; if you click on that you will be notified when new videos are available. Compline for each day will be on Monmouth Praise! from 6 pm and will also be live streamed at 9 pm each evening here: https://youtu.be/TRhOzDNsFTc. Find recordings of earlier Compline prayers below. We will be live streaming the Remembrance wreath laying ceremony in Monmouth town on 8th November.

Whilst we pray and worship in our homes, we are still one in Christ, and in solidarity with all who suffer at this time. We warmly invite you to join us.

Co-Ministry Area Leaders for the Monmouth Ministry Area/Deanery: Tim & Karen

The Reverend Tim is also Priest in Charge of:

The Reverend Karen is also Priest in Charge of:

Tim Karen on the Feast of Pentecost

Compline from Monmouth Parishes

As a comfort during this “firebreak” pandemic lockdown, Compline evening prayers will be said each evening. You can find all the Compline recordings here.

Tuesday’s Compline was led by Bishop Dominic. He told us how the monks of Monmouth would complete their day – Compline – with the prayers we are sharing today.

 

 

The first Compline for the “firebreak” was led by Revd. Karen Dack and Revd. Tim Dack at Old Church Penallt.

Welcome!

We are a group of Anglican Parishes belonging to the Church in Wales, located within and around the beautiful town of Monmouth.

Each of our Parishes has its own history and unique identity but we recognise that we are all part of the Family of God and so we work together with one another, with our communities, and with our sisters and brothers in Christ across the denominations.

Until Monday 9th November, in line with Welsh government “firebreak” pandemic regulations, our church buildings are closed once again

Until Monday 9th November, church services with congregations are suspended. Online ministry continues, with Compline evening prayer throughout the period. The best way to find Compline is to subscribe to Monmouth Praise! on YouTube. When you subscribe you will see a bell symbol; if you click on that you will be notified when new videos are available. Compline for each day will be on Monmouth Praise! from 6 pm and will also be live streamed at 9 pm each evening here: https://youtu.be/TRhOzDNsFTc. Find recordings of earlier Compline prayers below. We will be live streaming the Remembrance wreath laying ceremony in Monmouth town on 8th November.

Whilst we pray and worship in our homes, we are still one in Christ, and in solidarity with all who suffer at this time. We warmly invite you to join us.

Co-Ministry Area Leader for the Monmouth Deanery and Priest in Charge of the Monmouth Group of Parishes

Tim Karen on the Feast of Pentecost

The Reverend Timothy is Priest in Charge of

Tim is Co-Ministry Area Leader with the Reverend Karen covering all Parishes within the Monmouth Ministry Area/Deanery.

Compline from Monmouth Parishes

As a comfort during this “firebreak” pandemic lockdown, Compline evening prayers will be said each evening. You can find all the Compline recordings here.

Tuesday’s Compline was led by Bishop Dominic. He told us how the monks of Monmouth would complete their day – Compline – with the prayers we are sharing today.

 

 

The first Compline for the “firebreak” was led by Revd. Karen Dack and Revd. Tim Dack at Old Church Penallt.

Previous online worship

Follow this link for all videos

Coronel Remembrance and Holy Communion

The annual Remembrance service for those sailors who lost their lives when HMS Monmouth went down with all hands on November 1st 1914. The service includes the singing of “Eternal father Strong to Save”. Also, in the second part of the video we share in Holy Communion. During this part of the service, Phillip Chant…

MONMOUTH PRAISE! St. Michael’s Mitchel Troy with a Celtic Evensong and Community Action

Join Rev. Owen Williams and the people of St. Michael and All Angels Mitchel Troy to find out how the community around the church is building a playground, supporting local wildlife and running international charities. Plus the ancient chapel discovered behind old, damp walls.

Notices

Compline from Monmouth Parishes

As a comfort during this “firebreak” pandemic lockdown, Compline evening prayers will be said each evening. You can find all the Compline recordings here. Tuesday’s Compline was led by Bishop Dominic. He told us how the monks of Monmouth would complete their day – Compline – with the prayers we are sharing today.    …

Compline live – join us for evening prayers at 9 pm each night

Our fellowship can continue online each evening with Compline prayers at 9 pm. Join clergy and lay people from our parishes in this calming and prayerful way to bring your day to a close: https://youtu.be/TRhOzDNsFTc

Coronel Remembrance and Holy Communion

The annual Remembrance service for those sailors who lost their lives when HMS Monmouth went down with all hands on November 1st 1914. The service includes the singing of “Eternal father Strong to Save”. Also, in the second part of the video we share in Holy Communion. During this part of the service, Phillip Chant…

Upcoming Events

Opening Times of the churches for private prayer

The church buildings will remain closed during the “firebreak” lockdown which ends on 9th November.

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