Welcome to St Mary’s, St Agnes’ & Holy Trinity


together we form The Rectorial Benefice of Aberavon, serving the people of Aberavon, Port Talbot & Sandfields

part of the Diocese of Llandaff in the Church in Wales


Weddings


To arrange a wedding

contact the Parish Office

 on 01639 886740


Click here to send a message


Read more about weddings here




Baptisms


To arrange a baptism

contact the  Parish Office

on 01639 886740


Click here to send a message


Read more about baptisms here


Calendar &  Lectionary

To view this year’s calendar and readings click here


The Parish magazine

Newydd is the monthly magazine of the Benefice and is readable online here. It is published on the first Sunday of every month.



Our telephone number

The Parish Office phone number is 01639  886740

For details of the telephone numbers of the clergy and other parish officers please see the contact us page.



The parish office is open

Mondays      12noon to 3.00pm

Tuesdays     10.00am to 1.00pm

Thursdays    12noon to 3.00pm


The office is in the Parish Centre at St Mary’s.










The Parish Clergy

The team is led by Canon Nigel Cahill. The Team Vicar is Fr Ben Rabjohns, and there are two Deacons, The Reverend Rhun ap Robert, and the Reverend Jane Slennett.


Fr Rhun                            Fr Ben                    Canon Nigel

Jane is our Hospital

Chaplain at Neath Port

Talbot Hospital, and

leads the team in hospital

work.  


To contact the on-call

Anglican hospital

chaplain please use

this number

07917 526761

or send a message


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We are a Fairtrade parish.



The Rectorial Benefice of Aberavon is a registered charity 1130785 and the Registered Office is The Rectory, Forge Road, Port Talbot, SA13 1US

© Aberavon PCC 2015

Service Times


Please check this week’s pew sheet for any changes


Sundays

9.15am     Mass  St Agnes’

11.00am   Mass  St Mary’s

11.00am   Mass  Holy Trinity


Mondays

6.30pm    Mass  St Agnes’  (10am Bank Holidays)


Tuesdays

10.00am  Mass  St Mary’s


Wednesdays

10.00am  Mass  Holy Trinity

11.00am  Mass  St Mary’s


Thursdays

10.00am  Mass  St Agnes’

As a group of churches

we offer a warm welcome

to anyone who wants

to join us in worship.


We are ordinary people who have discovered God’s extraordinary love for us, and we accept our part in making that love known to others in word and deed. Through prayer, reading of Scripture and the administration of the Sacraments we invite God into our lives to mould us in the image of Jesus.


Through our worship we ask God to lead us and we try and encourage one another to deepen our faith in Jesus Christ, in order that he might help us to better serve Him in the communities in which we live.


Our church life is sacramental and our ethos, as part of the Anglican Church,stands in a modern Anglo-Catholic tradition.

 St Agnes’ & St Mary’s are open every day.


You are welcome to pop in and sit in the silence, say a prayer, light a candle and leave notes asking for prayers for yourself, loved ones, or situations of concern. St Agnes’ is open until 5pm and St Mary’s until 3pm.


Click on the church name to find a map showing the church: St Agnes’  St Mary’s  Holy Trinity






We are committed to promoting fair trade through prayer, study and action. We are helping the Church in Wales to become a Fairtrade Province.

We are committed to using Fairtrade tea and coffee and to promoting fair trade through prayer, study and action.

We are helping the Church in Wales to become a Fairtrade Province.

We are committed to using Fairtrade tea and coffee and to promoting fair trade through prayer, study and action.

We are helping the Church in Wales to become a Fairtrade Province.

is a six week series of chats at Holy Trinity Church, Fairway, based on things Jesus said about himself that begin with the words, “I am.”


If you would like to find out more about what Jesus said about himself please come and join us on Tuesday evenings for just six weeks from 7pm to 8.30pm.


There is nothing to lose; there is no commitment. We are all exploring together


The Annual Vestry Meeting

Is taking place on Wednesday 29th April at 7.00pm in the Parish Centre at St Mary’s.


Nominations are invited forl


Nomination papers are at the back of each church, and will be removed on Monday 27th April.


The Annual Report, including the Accounts is availble from each church and can be viwed here