Join us this Christmas season at Llandrindod Evangelical Church as we celebrate the birth of our Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ!
Christmas Carol Service – 22nd December
We will be holding our Christmas Carol Service on 22nd December at 5:00 pm. We will be singing traditional carols, listening to Scripture readings from some of our children and young people as well as hearing the Gospel message preached. There will be food and fellowship upstairs following the service.
Christmas Day Service – 25th December
We will be holding our Christmas Day Service at 9:30 am. The service will focus our minds on the true meaning of this day through carols, Scripture and a short Bible message.
All are warmly welcome to attend! If you have any questions or want more details on any of these meetings, feel free to contact us.
On behalf of everyone at Llandrindod Evangelical Church, we wish you a very happy Christmas!
Probably a lot of patience, time and expert engineering research.
This is exactly what University of Bristol’s professor Stuart Burgess had to use when helping to design Team GB’s 2016 track cycling bike, and thankfully all that research paid off in a very successful Olympic games for Team GB in Rio 2016.
Stuart Burgess’s revolutionary design not only caught the attention of our nation but was recognised by the Royal Society in last year’s Summer Science Exhibition – See the video below.
We are delighted to announce that Stuart Burgess will be coming, with a prototype of bike to Llandrindod Wells to talk about his designing work, but…
…that’s not all he will be discussing.
What Does Bike Design Teach About the Christian Faith?
Along with being an experienced university professor and researcher, Stuart is also a Christian and sees God’s design in everything he does.
Stuart will be sharing as part of his presentation how this revolutionary bike design impacted his Christian faith and how God’s design and God’s love are evident to all.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions, meet with Stuart and have a cup of tea. So do make plans to come along.
Saturday, 21 July – 3pm
Meet the designer – See the bike – Hear about his faith
Following last year’s popular community talk, we are once again going to be in the Grand Pavilion along with co-hosts Tabernacle Baptist Church to discuss the origins of the earth and what science and the Bible teach. Our guest speaker will be addressing the question:
Millions & Billions of Years: What Do Science & the Bible Say?
Philip Bell, a Creationist Zoologist, ex-cancer researcher and current CEO of Creation Ministries International (UK/Europe), will be sharing from his own experience in science as well as the teaching of Scripture what we can believe about the origins and age of the earth.
As an experienced published speaker and scientist, Philip Bell will be sure to engage with each listener as he discusses this fundamental question of belief.
Following the talk, there will be time for questions and answers as well as a cup of tea for all to enjoy.
For more details about this event and our speaker, please visit our Events page or the Pavilion website – we look forward to seeing you there.
In keeping with our town’s Victorian Festival, our church is hosting a evening talk where we will consider the renowned Victorian scientist Michael Faraday as well as others who had to grapple with this ever relevant question:
Are science and Christianity friends or foes?
Join us as Prof Stephen Taylor a leading modern scientist from the University of Liverpool speaks about Faraday’s life and addresses whether modern science and the Christian faith are really at odds with one another after all. Prof Taylor’s talk will include a short video presentation as well as (time permitting) a live demonstration of an experiment that made Faraday famous. There will also be time for questions and answers as well as a cup of tea for all to enjoy.
We want to warmly invite you and your family to our annual…
Christmas Carol Service – Sunday 13 December at 5:00 pm
We will be remembering the birth of the Lord Jesus through Christmas carols, children’s readings and a short message from God’s Word. There will be food and fellowship to follow the service; we trust all will be blessed as we celebrate the true meaning of Christmas in this way.
Update: Listen to the full audio of the Carol Service including the carols, the Scripture reading by the children and the sermon by using the link below.
Alternatively, to listen to just the sermon, visit our sermons page following this link.
You are also warmly welcome to attend our…
Christmas Day Service – Friday 25 December at 9:30 am
We will be spending a brief time of worship together on Christmas day by singing carols, reading Scripture and remembering how the Lord demonstrated His love to man by sending Jesus into this world.
And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.
For directions and any further information visit our Events page or Contact us directly.
On Monday 14 September 2015 we held our annual Harvest Service at 7pm to do just that – to give thanks to the Lord for His goodness and praise Him for His wonderful works.
Our speaker for the evening was minister Richard Mansell who recently took over the pastorate at Ackhill Baptist Church. All were blessed by his ministry amongst us as he directed our attention to what Jesus saw as he looked out upon needy people and spoke about a field white unto harvest.
You can listen to Richard Mansell’s harvest message online on our sermon’s page or simply follow this link.
At this harvest time may we remember the Source not only of all the good things around us but also of the gift of the Lord Jesus Christ to sinful man.
O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever – Psalm 136:1
Due to weather conditions and other complications, we were unable to hold a Good Friday service this year.
However, our meetings for the week continue at our usual time. Sunday meetings are at 11am and 6pm each week, and you are welcome to come to our mid-week Bible Study on Wednesday nights 7:30pm as well. Find out more about our services here.
God bless in the name of our Risen Saviour, Christ Jesus.
What better way to celebrate Christmas than a special church service to commemorate Christ’s coming! During this year’s Christmas day service, Stephen Davies reminded us of the significance of the very first Christmas morning.
For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. – Isaiah 9:6
As this Christmas draws to a close and a new year approaches, we hope you know the peace and joy that comes through a relationship with the Lord Jesus.
To find out about our normal service times or our upcoming events, visit our services page.