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St Peters, Marloes, St Brides and St Ishmaels Churches

The opening of our churches is under constant review and is guided by information from the Church in Wales. Currently the churches will not be open during the month of August. The position for September will be reviewed based on the prevailing circumstances of the pandemic.

This decision has been taken with consultation with the church committees.

Stay safe and well, every blessing,


Parish Priest.

Walwyn's Castle, Robeston West and St James, Dale

The church at  Walwyn’s Castle is open for private prayer on Sundays from 11am to noon. We are hoping to open Robeston West for a communion service at 11am on 16th August but that is to be confirmed. Dale church has permission to open for private prayer by appointment with Peter Morgan.

Walwyn’s Castle also has permission to be open for weddings and funerals, Dale will apply for similar permission if required. The situation is changing all the time.


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.


The Bench of Bishops in the Church in Wales have issued guidance in respect of Church Services. In summary the following will be implemented immediately:

All Church Services and other gatherings for public worship should no longer take place. This includes regular Sunday and weekday services. Study groups and other parochial events that gather people together should also not take place.

Baptisms will only take place with no more than ten people present. Weddings will not normally be held unless there are pressing pastoral reasons, in which case no more than ten people may be present.

Funeral services will not be held in Churches, but clergy may continue to take funeral services at the graveside and at crematoria. An opportunity to remember loved ones in Church will be offered at a future date.

The above is only a summary of the contents of an email from the Bishop, sent out today (Tuesday) and if necessary further details should be sought from Gaynor Ford, our Parish Priest.


The following has been taken from the Diocesan Website

“It may be that households who are isolated together or individuals going to an open church to pray or small groups may wish to have a resource they can use for a Sunday service.

So, each week for the time being, a crisis morning prayer will go up on the Diocesan website. This will have all the readings and a homily incorporated in it, so it can just be printed out or read from a screen. This is an adaptation of the Church in Wales’ Daily Prayer 2009

To access these go to and scroll down the centre column to find “CRISIS MORNING PRAYERS” and click on the links.

There are many resources available online to support daily prayer throughout the week.

The forms of blessing etc. are suitable for a lay person to use. At the end are suggestions for hymns. All the instructions about standing sitting etc. are optional. The traditional form of the Lord’s Prayer is included but feel free to use the version you are most familiar with.”

Father Andrew Johnson has emailed the following:

“We are still here even if we can not see people face to face we are praying and would appreciate others prayers as we all need them.

Here is a prayer that the Mothers Union has published.

Loving Lord We pray for those who are suffering from the coronavirus throughout the world. We pray for all those who have lost a loved one with the illness. Give wisdom to policy makers, skill to the researchers and comfort to everyone in distress. Bring a sense of calm to us all in the coming days of uncertainty and distress. This we ask in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord who showed compassion to the outcast, acceptance to the rejected and love to those to whom no love was shown. Amen

Andrew P J”