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When we meet in person,we live-stream on YouTube, mistakes and all, at the service time. IF YOU ARE IN THE FRONT THREE ROWS YOU MAY APPEAR ON CAMERA. Links will appear on Facebook and the website usually by the end of Sunday.
Services will be ‘in-person’ as well as live-streamed. Please choose which works best for you on that day.
Sundays 11 am : English language service. We offer Communion on the first Sunday of every month at this service. Coffee fellowship outside or on Zoom afterwards.
On the second and last Sunday of the month we hold a Welsh language service at 2:00pm. Te bach (tea) outside or on Zoom afterwards.
Needless to say everyone is welcome to all our services. We have an open communion table at the Melbourne Welsh Church and all are invited to partake in the service. If you have any questions please contact the ministry team.
We are on Facebook, and it is our primary means of communicating last minute changes and ‘advertising’ our Zoom events. All events that are planned for ‘in-person’ will switch to Zoom in the event of interruptions like snap shut-downs in real-life.
YouTube: search Melbourne Welsh Church or navigate to www.youtube.com/channel/UCmGRaErblYaTH4hjmmumq4Q/videos
If you need to hear from a minister or Elder, please drop us a note or let us know.
At least twice a year we hold a Gymanfa Ganu (a singing festival), a service of song in which we sing hymns to the Glory of God in both English and Welsh. To find out when our next Gymanfa Ganu is please see the up coming events page. Please note that Covid Restrictions have severely changed how we have these events, and we are still working on this.
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The above information changes very rarely. We try to keep up and get the important stuff front and center, however that occasionally does not happen.
For changes, or adjustments to the calendar, please see the calendar on the right or the up coming events page.
OUR CHURCH’S STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT TO SAFETY
We are all children of God. Melbourne Welsh Church is committed to ministering to children, young people, and adults by providing an environment that is physically, emotionally, and spiritually safe. Melbourne Welsh Church is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all people and will endeavour to provide a safe and supportive environment for children, young people, and adult by the following safeguarding measures: Recruitment processes (screening, selection, interviews, etc.), Working with Children Check, Training, Induction, Supervision and Reviews. The following values reflect the culture that we are all committed to providing and promoting within Melbourne Welsh Church; Due diligence, Integrity, Duty of Care, Transparency, Inclusivity, Respect, Teamwork.