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Welcome to the website of the Haverfordwest south group of Congregational and United Reformed Churches.
We are three churches situated in Haverfordwest, Freystrop and Hook who share a joint ministry.
Please enjoy the website and remember that if you would like to visit us in person, you can be sure of a warm reception.
TABERNACLE CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
SATURDAY 30 NOVEMBER
10am - 12noon
at CRUNDALE VILLAGE HALL
List of Stallholders, etc.
Books: Julia Oughton & Anne Evans
Bottles: Owen Evans & Ellen Davies
Bric-a-brac: Jane Jones & Deanna James
Cakes: Janet Hawkins & Del Norman
Cards & wrapping paper: Susan Brown & Enid Edwards
Chocolate: Mary Vaughan & family Crafts: Ann Hughes & friends
Toys: Jean & Ronnie Allen NB. We are advertising "a free toy to every child" this time (4 years ago it attracted many families with small children).
Wrapped gifts: Sharron Miles, Joan Davies & Audrey Wainwright
Raffle: Colin Brown & Pat Bannister 50/50 squares: Brian Oughton
Guess the weight of a cake: Sheila Hughes-Lewis
Door: Mal Edwards & Noel Evans
Refreshments: Mary Ferguson, Ann Beynon, Mary Davies & Joyce Slater
(Please bring items to the Coffee Room by Friday 29th if possible, so that they can be taken to Crundale Hall that day.)
You are welcome to come in before 10am,
NO SELLING FROM STALLS UNTIL AFTER THE OPENING AT 10am!
There will be a leaflet drop in Crundale around Saturday 23 November.
Help needed - please let Susan know (710808).
While walking through the churchyard one day, a minister came across his 6-year old son burying a dead sparrow. With sonorous dignity the son was using the prayer he thought his father always said: "Glory be to the Faaather, and unto the Sonnn, and into the hole he goooes."
Sunday Service Times
11am and 4:30pm
Welsh service at 2:30pm second Sunday of the month
Sunday Club for Children at 11am
H.G. Wells wrote a book about travelling through time, and it was a great hit at the end of the 19th century. The concept of time has always fascinated people, from Science Fiction to Physics, from Dr. Who to Stephen Hawking. Time doesn’t stand still; it is constantly moving ever forwards and onwards. We are all Time-Travellers and we never know what is ahead of us. For instance, this time last year my health was fine, no problem, not an issue! Since then I’ve had cardiac problems which needed a stent implant followed by a bowel cancer operation - all part of life’s sudden changes and endured by many. If we knew what lies ahead, we’d be very nervous to say the least; but we don’t, and that enables us to take life as it comes. Each of us is on our own journey through time, and we are not alone because there are so many who are able and ready to help us. Friends, neighbours and relatives supply sympathy, empathy and care, but then there are skilled practitioners such as doctors, nurses and very, very clever surgeons, all working as a team to bring us back to health and strength and normal life again.
Are we aware of the silent power of the Source of Life working through the healing process and through the care, love and skill of the healers? Because being aware of God brings about healing. A favourite hymn of mine is: “In heavenly love abiding, no change my heart shall fear.” Sometimes, for all the skill & all the care, healing does not happen - I’m thinking of Jonathan James, a young man, farmer, father, son, husband & brother of Clareston Hall, Freystrop who died recently in Withybush.
Rev. S. Skibinewski-Woods
"I am the resurrection and the life. whoever believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die."
John 11 v 25
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Tabernacle members enjoy decorating the Church for special ocassions. Here is a lady who really got into the spirit of St. Davids Day.
Every year, Mount Zion holds a moving and joyful service on Easter Day, when a stark cross is transformed by flowers into a living symbol of resurrection.