Lampeter Orthodox Church - Eglwys Uniongred Llanbed

A Message from our Parish Treasurer

A Message from our Parish Treasurer

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Greetings to you all. This is a short email to introduce myself and to invite you to contact me, Michael Edwards, at this new email address (lampetertreasurer@gmail.com) should you have any questions concerning the financial support of...

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Pilgrimage to St Govans Chapel Pembrokeshire

Pilgrimage to St Govans Chapel Pembrokeshire

On saturday 25th Sept some of us embarked upon a pilgrimage to the chapel of St Govan on the south coast of Pembrokeshire. We shared a feast of a picnic and took part in a vespers service in the chapel.Bearer of Light in the West of WalesYou hid in your cave for the...

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The Icon of St Govan venerated at the Chapel of St Govan.

The Icon of St Govan venerated at the Chapel of St Govan.

The Icon of St Govan entrusted to the Lampeter Community, venerated at the Chapel of St Govan.St Govan an Irish monk who travelled to Wales but was attacked by pirates, miraculously finding refuge in the fissure of a cliff. This cave became a home for the hermit monk...

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St. Natalia, Martyr, of Nicomedia Commemorated on August 26

St. Natalia, Martyr, of Nicomedia Commemorated on August 26

Ss. Adrian and Natalia were pagans who were married for one year prior to their martyrdom, and lived in Nicomedia during the time of Emperor Maximian in the early fourth century. The emperor promised a reward to whomever would inform on Christians to bring them to...

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A Gift Of Two Icons

Two icons now in the care of the Church in Lampeter, 6th century Welsh saints, St Ishmael and St Govan. Both associated with Pembrokeshire, continuing to be venerated in their native land.Isfael or Ismael (Old Welsh: Ysmail), often anglicized as Ishmael, was a...

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Light of the world

Light of the world

"You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do they light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house." Matthew 5:14-15

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Services for Holy Week 2021

Services for Holy Week 2021

WEDNESDAY 21 APRIL 18.15 Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts SUNDAY 25 APRIL Entrance into Jerusalem / Palm Sunday 10.00 Hours10.30 Divine Liturgy12.30 Matins (Bridegroom Service) GREAT and HOLY WEDNESDAY 28 APRIL 18.00 Sacrament of Holy Unction GREAT and HOLY THURSDAY...

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Covid-19 Update

Update regarding the restrictions due to COVID19Reverend Clergy, Esteemed Presidents and Committee Members of the Communities of the Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain. Following the significant decrease in Covid-19 cases in the United Kingdom and considering...

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