Christian Retreat Centre Ffald-y-Brenin

Spring has Sprung !

Spring has sprung – evidenced by the birds singing loudly to one another, lambs bleating in the fields all about and daffodils pushing up amongst the dried brown grass of winter.  What joy it is to see new life appear and the promise of a new day and a warm summer ahead..

Jesus promises the same for us – that we should enjoy new life with new meaning – ‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’ or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.”  Revelation 21:4

Many experience the presence of God here at Ffald-y-Brenin.  We can find Jesus in the beauty of His creation or in the stillness of the chapel or meet Him at the high cross on the hillside.
But wherever He will meet with you, the sheepfold for the King or Ffald-y-Brenin as it is know here, welcomes you and blesses you in the name of Jesus.

Upcoming Events

5th May 2015

Prayer Day - May

Monthly Prayer Days are the foundation of our programme. Each Prayer Day is unique but generally includes a mixture of worship, teaching, prayer, ministry and good fellowship. Read more

14th May 2015

Ascension Quiet Day

Thursday 14th May, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM A mixture of input and plenty of individual space to be quiet, walk and/or reflect, usually concluding with Communion. Led by the Venerable Dennis Wight Read more

20th May 2015

Local Houses of Prayer Training Day

Local Houses of Prayer Training Day Read more

Rhythm of Daily Prayer

At the heart of our shared life is the rhythm of daily prayer. We invite you to join with us by following our daily Bible reading plan.

Latest Blog

Latest blog post 21st April 2015 | Posted by Roy Godwin | Comments: 0

April 21st 2015

Last week found Daphne and I travelling along the M6 in central England. Well, we were travelling but suddenly we came to a stop. Not only were our three lanes stationary but the other carriageway was completely empty. No traffic coming through. But the sun was shining and we fetched some books from the boot and read for a while. Quite a while. Then the sun went down and it became far too dark to be able to do anything. Finally after two hours almost to the minute we were able to move again.

It turns out that a desperate man had climbed onto a motorway bridge and was threatening to...


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