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Church Services- All services are subject to Covid restrictions and these change frequently so if in doubt, check

Dale - church can be opened for private prayer by arrangement.

Walwyn’s Castle and Robeston West

October 4th Harvest 11am Walwyn’s Castle- There will be a collection of non-perishable foods for a local food bank and the opportunity to buy any non-perishable symbols of the Harvest brought, money to go to the food bank too.

October 11th 11am Robeston West - Communion possibly followed by congregational meeting

October 18th 11am Walwyn’s Castle - Communion followed by congregational meeting

October 25th 11am Walwyn’s Castle - Communion

November 1st am Walwyn’s Castle - Communion- All Saints Day

November 8th 11am Robeston West - Communion- Remembrance

November 15th 11am Walwyn’s Castle - Communion

November 22nd 11am Walwyn’s Castle - Communion

November 22nd 11am Walwyn’s Castle - Communion - Advent Sunday

St Peters, Marloes, St Brides, St Ishmaels Churches

It is anticipated that church services will resume in October subject to an approved risk assessment and there being no change in Covid 19 restrictions. We will have to observe social distancing (2m) and wearing of face masks is mandatory.

Could you book a place either with me or your warden as numbers are restricted.

The services are

11th October  - 9.30 am -  Marloes

18th October- 11.00am – St Ishmaels

25th October 11.00 am – St Brides                 

This pattern of services will continue in November apart from Remembrance Sunday November 8th when there only be the Act of Remembrance in Marloes at 10.15am        

Gaynor Ford -693452   Yvonne Evans 636251    Heather Phippen -636261

Mary Lewis - 636430         

Moriah Baptist Chapel, Marloes

In light of the advice being given by public authorities, Moriah Baptist Chapel will regretfully be suspending services of worship until after the Easter period, when the decision on when to hold further services will be reviewed.

We apologise to our members and all in our communities, but are doing what we must to heed guidance from Public Health Wales and others to help tackle this difficult situation affecting us all. Should anyone need support during this period, please contact a member of the Diaconate.

The membership and Diaconate of Moriah Baptist Chapel wish you and your loved ones well, and are praying for our communities, our country and our fellow brothers and sisters around the world at this time.

'God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear'. (Psalm 46)

The Diaconate

Hello from Aenon Chapel Sandy Hill, we have an online service if you would like to join us via 'facebook live' on the chapel morning 10:30am from the pastor Jon's home.

An interactive podcast "Godcast" has also been produced by the chapel entitled "Sandy Hill Sounds" which is spoken word radio style with thoughts, prayer, news, scripture reading and a short 'sandy hill sounds' on Spotify or Google Podcasts.

The weekly, study and fellowship group also continues online via Zoom Video, please contact the secretary, Ruth, for more information about this or if you would like our newsletter posted out. Email

Finally, how may we pray for you? You may send prayers requests to

Love and blessings to you and your families.