WELCOME TO ST MELYD'S
We are now holding all our regular services, so every Sunday at 8.00 am, 11.15am and 6pm and on Wednesday at 11.00am. The services at 8.00am on Sunday and on Wednesday mornings are the Holy Eucharist. The 11.15 service is the Holy Eucharist on the first, third and fifth Sundays and Morning Worship on the second and fourth. The 6pm service is Evening Prayer, except on the fourth Sunday when it is the Holy Eucharist.
Face masks are now optional in the church, but they are still available in the porch together with a hand sanitiser for use.
Our church is now open each day, from 9.30am until about 4.30pm. You are welcome to come in to have a look around, say a prayer, or just enjoy the peace and tranquillity. Unfortunately you will not be able to light a candle just yet.
Church Fete - Saturday 16th of July at 2pm in Meliden Vicarage Garden, Ffordd Penrhwylfa, Meliden. Entrance is free and there will be various stalls, refreshments and a raffle. In the event of rain the fete will be held in Meliden Community Centre. Raffle tickets will be available in church and Meliden Post Office in the run up to the fete.
Mothers' Union - We will be visiting St Asaph Cathedral on Thursday the 23rd of June and then attending our Family Group Festival in Llanasa Church at 7pm on Tuesday the 28th of June. We will be holding a Strawberry Tea to raise money for Mothers' Union at Y Cae Gwyn, Gwaenysgor on Saturday the 30th of July at 3pm.
Online help to pray - because we are not all able to worship in church we still have a page of online resources to enable us to pray and join in from home http://www.parishofmeliden.org.uk/page4.htm
Praying in a time of Pandemic - we have also added a page of prayers and suggested prayer topics to cover this worrying time http://www.parishofmeliden.org.uk/page5.htm
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
There has been a Parish Church in Meliden for centuries. Here people have come to worship God and to learn to follow the Christian way.
The Church is also the centre of the community where people come for baptisms, weddings and funerals. On these occasions we speak to God who loves us, judges us, forgives us, strengthens us and finally welcomes us home. The Church provides worship which has warmth and friendliness and also that formality and dignity which speak of truths that do not change in a changing world.
We invite you to join us.
8.00am Holy Communion (said)
9.00am Golfer's Service (2nd Sunday in the month)
11.15am Holy Communion (1st, 3rd, 5th Sunday)
Morning Worship (2nd and 4th Sunday)
6.00pm Evening Prayer (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th Sunday)
Holy Communion (4th Sunday)
11.00am Holy Communion
Children are welcome at any Service.
At the back of the Church there is an area suitably fitted out with things to interest young children.