The annual Hebron “Welsh Night” is on Thursday, 5th March at 7:30pm. Dr. Eryl Davies will give a talk on “God powerfully at work in the 1960s and 1970s”.
Hebron’s Welsh Night is an annual service on or around St. David’s Day, presenting a different topic from Welsh church history. The service is conducted in English. Afterwards there will be refreshments and traditional Welsh treats: pikelets, Welsh cakes and bara brith. Come along; it’s free. Flares and vests are not required!
A good time was had on Saturday, 25th January, with tea, freshly brewed coffee, cake, and a fascinating talk of one man’s journey from atheism to faith.
The next opportunity is just a few weeks away on Saturday 15th February. Why would a headteacher say “Education is NOT the answer”? Come along at the slightly earlier time of 7pm for a talk by Alun Ebenezer of the Fulham Boys School in London; it’s free!
The seventh issue of Hebron News will be distributed around Dowlais before Christmas, containing details of our Christmas and New Year’s services, along with the third edition of our photo calendar featuring scenes from around Merthyr. If you don’t live locally, or would like additional free copies of the calendar to give to family and friends, please visit or get in touch (while supplies last).
You can also download a copy of Hebron News below.
Join us for our annual Harvest Service on Sunday, the 29th of September at 11am. We will be collecting donations of food which will be taken to the Merthyr Cynon Food Bank. Items that are most needed by the food bank are: Tinned Fruit Tinned Fish Mash Tinned Rice Pudding Instant Coffee Long Life Milk (not chilled) Long Life Fruit Juice (not chilled)
The Easter edition of our new newsletter Hebron News has arrived. If you live in Dowlais, look out for a copy coming your way soon. If not, or you just can’t wait, you can download a copy below and read it now!