Seion Chapel

Capel Seion

Mae Capel Seion, sydd ynghanol Rowen ac a adeiladwyd yn 1841, yn un o fannau addoli Drysau Cysegredig Conwy Wledig.

Yn y capel ceir arddangosfa ar dwf anghydffurfiaeth, a lluniau a disgrifiadau o fywydau pobl leol yn nechrau’r 20fed ganrif.

  • Mae’r capel ar agor i ymwelwyr bob dydd
  • Cynhelir gwasanaethau Cymraeg bob yn ail Sul am 10.00 y bore (bob yn ail hefo capel Ty’n y Groes)
  • Cynhelir gwasanaethau Saesneg ar yr ail Sul o bob mis, am 11.30 y bore
  • Cynhelir dosbarthiadau astudio beiblaidd hefo Gwyn Parry ar ddydd Mawrth bob pythefnos am 4.30 y p’nawn
  • Cynhelir Ysgol Sul am 10.00 y bore bob yn ail Sul
  • Cynhelir clwb crefft yn y festri bob dydd Llun o 2.00 tan 4.00 y p’nawn
  • Mae’r capel yn fan casglu ar gyfer Banc Bwyd Conwy. Gweler http://www.conwyfoodbank.co.uk/

Gwefan Capel Seion

Taflen Teithiau Cysegredig Conwy Wledig

e-bostiwch isolinegreenhalgh@btinternet.com am dyddiadau’r gwasanaethau a rhagor o wybodaeth

Seion Chapel

Seion Chapel in the middle of Rowen, built in 1841, is one of the Rural Conwy Sacred Doorways places of worship.

The Chapel contains an exhibition on the growth of Nonconformism, and a fascinating new exhibition for 2017, with pictures and descriptions of the lives of the local community in the early 20th century.

  • The Chapel is open to visitors every day.
  • Services in Welsh every two weeks, Sundays at 10am, alternating with Ty’n y Groes Chapel.
  • Services in English, second Sunday of the month at 11.30am.
  • Bible Study classes with Gwyn Parry, every two weeks, Tuesday at 4.30pm.
  • Sunday School at 10am.
  • Craft Club in the Chapel Vestry on Mondays, 2pm to 4pm.
  • The chapel is a collection point for donations of food for Conwy Food Bank.

Message from Dilys Phillips, Seion Chapel, March 2017…

The trustees and members of Seion Chapel intend to undertake maintenance and improvement work at the chapel and chapel house in the coming months. This will include re-roofing and generally upgrading the buildings. They have also agreed in principle, subject to the necessary permissions, to provide enhanced facilities for visitors. Further information will be available in due course.  In addition to Sunday worship, the chapel is open daily and receives many visitors. If you haven’t yet been to see the new exhibition of old Rowen photographs do drop in – it’s well worth it!

Seion Chapel website
Rural Conwy Sacred Trails Leaflet

Email isolinegreenhalgh@btinternet.com for dates of services and more information.

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