Worship and prayer lie at the heart of what we do. Giving thanks to God for his blessings to us and to all of creation and bringing before him the needs and concerns of those in our communities and beyond in the wider world, as the Archbishop of Wales describes it: “The church exists to offer to God, the worship that the world has forgotten to offer”. That’s certainly true of what we seek to do here.
Our worship in the Kington Parishes is designed to be as welcoming and inclusive as possible encouraging and offering as many people as possible to have their own opportunity to touch the divine.
In addition to the regular worship in each of our Parishes, on the fifth Sunday in the month we join together as one family for a Group Eucharist at 10.15am which rotates around each Church in turn. In the evening we join together in a different Church for a Choral Evensong with our Benefice Choir to lead the singing.
In response to the needs of our communities we also hold occasional services. In 2016 these have included a Lambing Service at Old Radnor, a Pet Blessing Service at Kinnerton, a Rogation Sunday Walk and Service at Kinnerton, Pilgrimage Praise, Picnic Praise, Pudding Praise, Light up a Life, Christingle Carol and Crib Services at Kington and Harvest Festivals in all of our Churches.
Please click on the times below to FIND where and when services across the parishes are taking place. As you can see our worship is varied and welcoming. Please do come and join us.