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Worship at Home

The Methodist Church have produced Worship sheets to be used at home each week containing prayers, readings and suggested hymns/links to videos of hymns. These and more resources can be found here:

https://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/worship/singing-the-faith-plus/seasons-and-themes/worship-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic/

Alternatively PDF’s for the upcoming weeks can be downloaded here:

22 March Worship

29 March Worship

5 April Worship

12 April Worship Easter Day

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Invitation for Tender for Design Services

Remodelling and Upgrading
of the
Trinity Centre, Cardiff

Expressions of interest are requested by the Executive Committee at the Trinity Centre to tender for the Design Team Services related to the above project.

The Trinity Centre, situated at Four Elms Road, Cardiff works with some of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable people in our community. Helping people address inequality, tackle poverty and empowering them to create and implement plans to achieve positive outcomes for themselves and their families, helping people to take control of their own lives. The Trinity Centre is run under the auspices of the Methodist Church, but is supported by, and is for, people of all faiths and none.

The proposed works will include:

  • Remodelling and full upgrading of interior, minor works of alteration to the exterior
  • Replacement of building services throughout, including an efficient heating system, lighting, power, IT, security etc.
  • External repair to the fabric of the building including:
  • Repairs to roof and flashings
  • Repairs to stonework
  • Repairs to windows and doors

See Conditions Survey and Consulting Engineers Report

  • External landscape and lighting improvements

The total construction cost is estimated to be £875,000 – exclusive of VAT and fees.

Tenderers will need to demonstrate knowledge and ability on projects involving building conservation and restoration, working with grant funding bodies and with community based and/or charitable organisations.

Tender price alone will not be the deciding factor in the selection of the Design Team. The quality and experience of the Design Team will be the main criteria in the selection process.

Timetable for the tendering process is as follows:

1. Tender invited Monday 13th January 2020
2. Site visit Third/fourth week of January
3. Tender Deadline Tuesday 18th February 2020
4. Evaluation of Tenders within 21 days following receipt of tenders
5. Interviews TBA
6. Appoint by within 45 days of receipt of tenders

All expressions of interest, comprising name, address and email details of interested company to be submitted to the Trinity Centre by email by 12 noon Friday 10th January 2020.

For any additional information requirements relating to the project please contact the administrator at the Trinity Centre:

Email address: enquiries@trinitycentre.wales

Office Opening Hours

Tuesday to Friday 8.30am to 1.00pm

Please note the office is closed until Tuesday 7th January 2020.

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If my people … A call to prayer for the Methodist Church in Wales

 The Methodist people of Wales have committed to a special prayer initiative which sees focussed prayer move Circuit-by-Circuit around Wales over a period of 15 months.  The initiative has been spear-headed by the Rev. Paul Donnison, currently Superintendent of the Mid Glamorgan Mission Circuit. The primary focus is intended to be praying for renewal, mission and evangelism with creativity and imagination.

Circuits around the Wales Synod and Synod Cymru have “signed up” for a month each and are invited to respond as they feel led, so long as they carry the baton for the agreed period and call the people to pray. The Cardiff and Caerphilly Circuit has agreed to the final month – May 2020 – so this article is to make us aware that the prayer is happening and to invite us to join in, even before our turn comes around!  And please listen out for plans for the prayer month in our Circuit – and be ready to get involved!

Ideas for prayer activities and events could include:

  • prayer walks
  • prayer rooms and 24/7 prayer
  • pilgrimages to holy places and high places
  • prayer vigils and prayer stations
  • prayer meetings and prayer triplets
  • prayer diaries and prayer chains
  • prayer breakfasts, lunches or dinners
  • prayer and fasting
  • leafleting the community inviting prayer requests
  • preaching, teaching and courses on prayer
  • prayer for healing and wholeness during worship and prayer ministry at the close of worship
  • prayer for renewal and direction for our mission and evangelism
  • prayer for the world, the church, the community etc.

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Campaign for Fossil Fuel Free Churches

Learn more about the role that Churches can play in supporting the clean energy transition at an evening of discussion, workshops and refreshments at Beulah URC, Rhiwbina, Cardiff.

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