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Steve Lewis, Cynan Roberts, Nora Hood, Edward Roberts and Harri Roberts are new members of our church.
           









At the service on Sunday morning 12th June 2016, Simon Morgan and the congregation welcomed Gareth, Janet, Rose and Jenny as members of our church.  Each was presented with a bible at the service held on 11th of September.
     




On Sunday, 24th December, Simon Morgan of Aberdyfi will take the service, which begins at 11 am.  You are very welcome to join us.  Do come along.  After the service tea and coffee will be served.  Why not stay for a chat.  Come along on Christmas morning, when Phil Allitt will be taking a short service.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Carols by Candlelight  -  Sunday - December 17th -  4 pm                                                                                                                                                   


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Welcome to Aberdovey, a special place, on the west coast of Wales.

Our picturesque village lies on the northern bank of the estuary, as the River Dyfi flows into Cardigan Bay. 
The beautiful sandy beach and the sheltered dunes stretch for miles towards Tywyn. 

Aberdovey is situated in Snowdonia National Park, reknowned for its majestic mountain scenery.  You can enjoy the walking and cycling in the foothills or climbing of Cader Idris, a short distance away. 

Many visitors are drawn to the peace and tranquillity of the area.  We enjoy meeting fellow christians and would appreciate your fellowship. Our church is easy to find on the seafront, opposite the Literary Institute.