Rhandirmwyn’s Places of Worship

Annual Sheep Dog Trials
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St Barnabas Church, Rhandirmwyn
September 26, 2018

Located in the village and in the wider, more remote community are a number of historical and stunning buildings for worship.

St Barnabas is in the village; St Paulinus is on the road that leads up to Llyn Brianne. To the west of the river are two Welsh Baptist Chapels, and north of Llyn Brianne is the extremely remote chapel of Soar y Mynydd.

As a community we involve these places of worship, as much as we can outside of the Sunday, in particular those closest to the village. Meetings have been held within their walls, and recently Seion Chapel has been the location of the annual Easter Egg Hunt for the village children and visiting grandchildren. The church produced a recipe book with contributions from the residents.Widely used in most households and still available to purchase! In 2015, a Flower Festival was held in the church, where we had the pleasure of greeting The Duchess of Cornwall to cast her expert eye over the displays!

We are enormously grateful to their contribution to village life.

The information we have provided are a concise history from a variety of sources, and as with all these endeavours there will be gaps. Many have published their own historical books which are available on request. The interpretation of the information available was done in good faith

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Soar-y-Mynydd

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Bwlch y Rhiw

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Seion

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St. Paulinus Church Ystradffin

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St Barnabas Church, Rhandirmwyn

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