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Notices for 1st May 2022

Covid restrictions have been eased again as from Easter Sunday. Communion is now offered in both kinds (bread and wine) but of course it is a personal decision whether you receive in both kinds. Masks do not have to be...

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Notices for Holy week

Palm Sunday 10th April. Palm Sunday procession in Ruabon meeting at the welfare hall at 9:30am followed by a non eucharist service of the passion at 10am in St Mary's. Hot cross buns in the church hall after the service.

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Notices for 3rd April 2022

Covid restrictions have been eased again as from Monday 28th March. Masks do not have to be worn but of course individuals can choose to continue with them. It is hoped that by Easter Sunday we will be receiving communion...

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Notices for 1st May 2022

Covid restrictions have been eased again as from Easter Sunday. Communion is now offered in both kinds (bread and wine) but of course it is a personal decision whether you receive in both kinds. Masks do not have to be...

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Notices for Holy week

Palm Sunday 10th April. Palm Sunday procession in Ruabon meeting at the welfare hall at 9:30am followed by a non eucharist service of the passion at 10am in St Mary's. Hot cross buns in the church hall after the service.

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Notices for 3rd April 2022

Covid restrictions have been eased again as from Monday 28th March. Masks do not have to be worn but of course individuals can choose to continue with them. It is hoped that by Easter Sunday we will be receiving communion...

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Notices for 27th March 2022

Covid restrictions have been eased again as from Monday 28 th March. Masks do not have to be worn but of course individuals can choose to continue with them. It is hoped that by Easter Sunday we will be receiving...

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Notices for 13th March 2022

As from March the 1 st former Covid restrictions do not have to be adhered to although you can continue to wear masks if you wish. It is hoped that by Easter Sunday we will be receiving communion in both...

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Notices for 27th February 2022

Future dates Ash Wednesday (2 nd March) at 7pm: Holy Communion and imposition of ashes. Easter Vestry Monday 25 th April at 7pm in the hall Sunday 6 th March at 2pm Baptism of Taite Rowan Breese Thursday 24 th...

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Notices for 27th March 2022

Covid restrictions have been eased again as from Monday 28 th March. Masks do not have to be worn but of course individuals can choose to continue with them. It is hoped that by Easter Sunday we will be receiving...

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Notices for 13th March 2022

As from March the 1 st former Covid restrictions do not have to be adhered to although you can continue to wear masks if you wish. It is hoped that by Easter Sunday we will be receiving communion in both...

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Notices for 27th February 2022

Future dates Ash Wednesday (2 nd March) at 7pm: Holy Communion and imposition of ashes. Easter Vestry Monday 25 th April at 7pm in the hall Sunday 6 th March at 2pm Baptism of Taite Rowan Breese Thursday 24 th...

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Notices for 20th February 2022

Future dates Ash Wednesday(2 nd March) at 7pm: Holy Communion and imposition of ashes at 7pm(Due to covid regulations we will be ashing ourselves, or each other if you are in a bubble. Please can you bring to church before...

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Notices for 13th February 2022

Wales is again at level zero for Coronavirus. Social distancing is no longer a legal requirement but remains a useful risk mitigation measure. There are no legal limits (for Covid reasons) on numbers attending indoor or outdoor events (subject to...

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Notices for 6th February 2022

Wales is again at level zero for Coronavirus. Social distancing is no longer a legal requirement but remains a useful risk mitigation measure. There are no legal limits (for Covid reasons) on numbers attending indoor or outdoor events (subject to...

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