Rectorial Benefice of Neath
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Services
You are very welcome to attend any of our services and if you are a newcomer please make yourself known to the clergy.
Before the service speak to God, During the service let God speak to you, After the service speak to each other.
(Click here for On-line Worship) Please Note changes to Sunday Services:
Sunday Eucharists NB St. Peter & St. Paul’s Church - Services will hopefully resume in the church hall at the end of this month. Seats will have to be booked in advance of each Sunday due to the limited numbers. 9.30am St. Thomas’ Church (1st Sunday of the month Bi-lingual service) 11.00am St. David’s Church 11.00am St. Teilo’s Church 3.00pm St. Illtyd’s Church Tuesdays Eucharist 10.00am St. Thomas’ Church Thursday Eucharist 10.00am St. Illtyd’s Church *“ We hope we shall see you, but completely understand if you feel unable to return at present, What matters is that the church will be open for you when you are able to return.” Please keep everyone safe.  Just a Few Housekeeping Rules for Us All. Face coverings must be worn throughout.  1. On arrival at church you will be asked to provide your name, address & contact details  2. You will need to use hand gel both on entry & exit.  3. After using hand gel you can pick up a Service Book and bulletin.  4. You will be shown to a seat. Please remain in your seat until the service finishes. You will then be shown how to safely exit the church.  5. Please follow the arrow signs to the exit door as directed. Please take your bulletin home with you and place the service booklet in the box provided.  6. Toilets are unavailable  7. Communion will be in one kind only and brought to you at your seat. The Priests will be sanitise their hands before bringing the wafer to you. The wafer will be “dropped” rather than placed in your hands.  8. There will be no singing  9. The Peace will not be shared physically  10.   Collection Plates at the exit for envelopes, donations etc.   *Parish Magazine March 2021