St Mary's Church Brecon
Its perpendicular Buckingham Tower - the finest in Powys - dominates the landscape, making it the most prominent building in Brecon. Dedicated in honour of Our Lady, worship has been offered here for over 900 years. Following our Benedictine forbears, our open, inclusive and forward-looking community hopes to provide a place of prayer and refreshment where all are welcome. In so doing we are a living witness to the Good News offered by Our Saviour, Jesus Christ.
St Mary's is part of the Church, the Body of Christ; we seek to proclaim the Gospel in word and deed making known the presence of Christ through:
Worship - which is both sacramental and scriptural; values our Anglican heritage; seeks to be inclusive and relevant to all; empowers us to a life of holiness and makes us alive to serve God in the world.
Welcome - which recognizes in all the presence of Christ; reflects Christ as we strive to be a community of love; reaches out to all irrespective of race, gender, sexuality or creed.
Witness - which nurtures a relationship with the people of our parish; exists for the transformation of the local community; serves that community through love and hospitality; gives glory to God.
10 January 2021.
Due to the present situation regarding the Covid 19 Pandemic it has been decided to close St Mary's for public worship for the time being. As a result the Sunday and Tuesday Eucharists are suspended until further notice.
Anyone wishing to attend a public act of worship in Brecon can still attend the Cathedral Eucharist at 11.00am on Sunday mornings.
Pob bendith/with every blessing,
Father Steven Griffith
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