Notices and News
St Tysul's Church Christmas Services
Here are our services over the Christmas season - come and join us to celebrate the birth of Christ - a warm welcome to all!more...
St Tysul's Christmas tree festival 2017
Please join us for the opening of the Christmas Tree Festival on Saturday December 16th at 2pm
St Tysul's Church Coffee Evening 2017
Come to Tysul Hall from 7pm on Thursday November 30th for St Tysul's Coffee Evening - a variety of stalls, and of course tea and coffee for everyone - £2 entry for the night.more...
Church Hall to host Father Christmas
Christmas comes early to Llandysul. We can confirm that Father Christmas will be coming to Llandysul to meet families on Friday 1st December for Llandysul Christmas Fair. Come and meet him at the Church Hall (in the Library building) between 4:30pm-6:30pm.more...
Crowdfunding for St Tysul's Tower
At St Tysul, we urgently need help with our church tower. Our historic medieval tower needs restoring, and all help we can get would be greatly appreciated. To help us raise money, alongside a grant application to the Heritage Lottery Fund, we have launched a crowdfunding page - click here.
Please consider if you could help us preserve and protect this incredible work of Welsh craftmanship, in a place full of history - Owain Glyndwr himself was 'Lord of Llandysul' and woul
St Tysul's historic tower
At St Tysul's church, we are looking at securing the future of our historic building by applying for a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). This grant will help us do some much need work, and research on the tower, and help us continue looking forward as a church, while continuing to hold our identity, and our place in the community around us.
To help us, and those with links to St Tysul's, we have a new Facebook page for the tower. You can find facts about the histor
St Tysul Notice Sheet Sunday January 8th
St Tysul's Notice Sheet for Sunday January 8thmore...
Calan Hen Festival 2016
Calan Hen is an annual festival where churches around Llandysul gather at St Tysul's church. This tradition started 1833 and has been held every year since. The churches, in half an hour, recite a piece of Scripture, answer questions by a visiting clergy person on the piece, and sing a hymn or anthem. Many of the churches also have Sunday schools, and the children will also recite and answer questions.
This year the festival takes place on Saturday January 14th and
Sunday School Exhibition in St Tysul
Over the course of the late spring months of 2016, the St Tysul’s Sunday school was issued a challenge. After the donation of a couple of old digital cameras and told the theme of ‘Glory’, the young people scoured the church inside and out and took photos of things that met the theme.
After whittling down hundreds of pictures to what you see here, they then selected Bible verses which they felt fitted each picture. Over much discumore...
A call to all families! don't be bored on a Sunday afternoon.Come to Messy Church in the Church Hall (includes a pasta dinner for all afterwards).