22 March 2021

Llangattock Church's National Day of Reflection

Message from Llangattock Church:

St. Catwg's will be open for private prayer from 11.30am - 12.30pm tomorrow, to mark the National Day of Reflection. A one way system will be in place as well as specially marked pews to allow for social distancing. Please use the hand gel on entering and leaving the building, and wear a face covering while inside.

We will be tolling a single bell to mark the minute of reflection at midday, lighting a candle and reading the specially-written prayer.

If you aren't able to join us in person, we will share a recording on this page.

If there are many people waiting to come into church we will remain open for as long as needed.

Tomorrow is an opportunity to pause and to reflect on all we have lost in the past year, and to connect with to those we know who are struggling. We are encouraged to make contact with someone who is grieving: send a message, make a phone call, send a card, drop off some flowers.

Do visit www.ataloss.org if you are grieving and in need of support.

A friendly, vibrant, forward-thinking village in the South East corner of the county of Powys. We are surrounded by the stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park.