Our global economy and the ability to have fresh produce in store all through the year may have "blurred" the concept of seasons. But we still use the opportunity to celebrate God's goodness to us and to appreciate the abundance of His blessing.
The pupils of YG Trelyn will also be holding their Harvest Assemblies at the church during the week. The school are joining the church once again in supporting Rainbow of Hope
We collect a "dry" harvest of rice, pasta, tea, coffee, tins & packets which can make their way down to Cardiff where Rainbow of Hope will use them to feed people - perhaps in the nightly soup kitchen or in the charity's HQ in Broadway.
In September ITV news ran a series of "stories from the street" about the increasing homeless problem. Their coverage included an interview with Liz at the Broadway Centre.
We encourage you to join us in the Harvest Celebration. Perhaps you can donate some food, or even some time working on the ground in Cardiff. We would love to see you in Ebenezer on 29th October!
To find out more about Rainbow of Hope click here. To download a flyer for our Harvest Celebrations click on the link:
We have just said "Goodbye!" to Year 6 from YG Trelyn as they enjoyed their last coffee morning before heading off to Cwm Rhymni in September
This is the 6th year we have been working with KS2 pupils from Trelyn. The work done, the seeds sown and the barriers broken down have been life-changing, in many ways. Its about inclusion, inter-generational, belonging.
Coffee Morning will continue throughout the summer, with the exception of 29th August. Why not pop in for a cuppa?
Remember, everything is free, its really not about money!
Know that the Lord is God. It is he who made us, and we are his; we are his people, the sheep of his pasture. (Psalm 100)
ECR - Spring Update - April 2017
Paul has sent an update from Romania as winter ends and spring begins.
It is encouraging to see the work that is going on, including the new "Light-4-Life" project involving candle making. It aims to give the young women skills and an income to avoid the trappings of people trafficking, an ever-increasing problem.
To read the update for yourself please click on the link below: