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Welsh Traditions


St. David's Day Tea

 The annual St David's Day Tea will be held the first Tuesday in March at 7PM.  Entertainment will be scheduled. The Tea of homemade breads, Welsh Cookies, cheese, tea and coffee will be served. Awards will be presented to the oldest man and woman present.

"Cynonfardd" Eisteddfod

The "Cynonfardd" Eisteddfod is the longest running Eisteddfod outside the country of Wales. In 2019 the 130th anniversary of the "Cynonfardd" Eisteddfod will be celebrated. The Eisteddfod is traditionally held in the late spring . There are two sessions -- afternoon session would have begun at 1:00 PM for children under the age of 5 thru the age of 18. The evening session would have begun at 6:30 PM for adult competition. Dinner would have been served in the "Sunday School Room" for a nominal price between sessions.


For information : Bette Lee Devers      : (570) 256-3008

To Register         :                                    : (570) 287-4581




A Welsh festival of sacred hymns, sung with four part harmony by a congregation, usually under the direction of a choral director. This year it May Be Caceled due to Covid 19 but is normally held at 3:00 PM in the Sanctuary and will be followed by a Welsh Tea in the Sunday School Room.


For information : Sally Morgan DiRico : (570) 868-5928



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