We regularly hold different events, aiming to give a fresh view of the Christian message, or to engage with questions you may well be asking. These are usually held in the community, always open to everybody and you may get a flyer through the door, see it posted on Facebook or be invited in person.

Keep a lookout as there is always something on the horizon, be it music, sport, history or literature related. Some of the most recent ones include:

Tea & Talk at The Church Centre, Silver Lane – Will Following Your Heart Set you Free?

Easter Poetry Walk, starting near Crickhowell Bridge at Bull Pit Meadow – a riverside and canal walk with poems and readings along the way. Suitable for all ages, and dogs.

Narnia Trail around Crickhowell – collect the map and further instructions from the Crickhowell Resource Centre – Families attending the trail are invited to a Narnia-themed children’s party at the Clarence Hall, with pizza, prizes and Turkish Delight.

Five Books That Could Change your Life – a literary treat for all

From Mafia to Christ – Slavko Hadzic grew up in the city of Mostar, Yugoslavia, getting involved in local mafia. Hear his gripping story and what led to a change. Features a Q&A and live acoustic music with Andy Mayo.

Crickhowell’s Open Studios Art Trail

Andrew Bowden, a retired church minister and artist from the Swansea Valley, came to Crickhowell and based himself with us in The Church Centre all over the bank holiday.

He spent most of the days painting and speaking with the visitors about his work, style and technique.

His work was on display for people to browse or buy. One of the highlights was a Sunday afternoon extended interview with Andrew, speaking freely about himself, his work and driving passion. The Monday evening saw him give a watercolour masterclass, painting and talking us through a fresh creation of Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake).

Annual Cwrdd Carolau i Ddysgwyr / Welsh Learners Carol Service

Each year, usually on the second Sunday in December, we hold our Welsh Learner’s Carol Service. Whilst it is geared for those learning Welsh, there is plenty of English included so that anyone can follow along.

Croeso i chi ymuno a ni, i ganu’r carolau, clywed neges yr Wyl a bwyta’r peis mins. The carols are mostly the traditional ones we all know, so whilst we’d encourage everyone to try and sing the Welsh words, you will be familiar with what is being sung.

The 2023 Cwrdd Carolau i Ddysgwyr is scheduled for Sunday 10th December at 6PM at The Church Centre, Silver Lane, Crickhowell. Croeso i Bawb. All Welcome!