The Parish of Roath
The Parish of Roath is an ancient parish in the Eastern part of Cardiff, South Wales. We are a parish in the Church in Wales, part of the Anglican Communion. The Parish consists of two Churches: St Margaret's (the Parish Church) and St Edward's.
If you live in the neighbourhood, or are visiting Cardiff, please call in to any of our Services - you will always find a warm welcome.
8am Holy Eucharist.
9.30am Sung Eucharist (with Sunday School 2nd & 3rd Sundays of the month)..
6.00pm Parish Evensong and Sermon.
11am Sung Eucharist and Sunday School.
7.00pm Choral Evensong.
6.00pm. Evening Prayer. St Edward's (most days, Monday-Friday - check newsletter)
Mon 15 Feb. 7.30-9.30pm. Roath Church House. Roath Parish Knitting & Crochet Group. New members welcome.
Wed 17 Feb. 7.25pm. St Edward's. Cardiff Recorded Music Society. Music Magazine, Vol 67/2. Another miscellany of recorded music and comment on items of topical or special interest, presented by editorBrian Gardiner. Non-members welcome (entrance £2).
Wed 17 Feb. 7.30pm. Roath Church House. Paradise Run delivering food and clothing to the homeless. Further information or offers of help call 20-455641.
Sat 20 Feb. 11am. St Edward's. Coffee Concert: Stephanie Smith (soprano) will perform a programme entitled “An Exploration of European Song by Female Composers”. She will be accompanied by Sian Davies (piano). £2 including coffee & biscuits.
Sun 21 Feb. 11am. St Edward’s. Centennial Service to commemorate the death of William Seager.
Wed 24 Feb. 7.25pm. St Edward's. Cardiff Recorded Music Society. The Sound of St John’s. The choir of St John’s College, Cambridge, is justly famous. Geraint Lewis presents a portrait in sound of a choir which has always rivalled neighbouring King’s. Non-members welcome (entrance £2).
Wed 2 March. 7.25pm. St Edward's. Cardiff Recorded Music Society. Robert Schumann. Best known for the evergreen piano concerto, John Thomas explores Schumann’s output in the field of songs, chamber music and solo piano music. Non-members welcome (entrance £2).
Sat 5 March. 10am-12pm. Roath Church House. Mad March Fayre. A mammoth sale of books, toys and bric-a-brac.
Tue 8 March. 7.30pm. St Edward’s. Nidum Ensemble Concert. Programme includes Borodin's String Quartet No. 2 and works by Handel, Rossini and Wieniawski. Tickets £10 (students/u18 £5) from email@example.com 01639-639259.
Wed 9 March. 7.25pm. St Edward's. Cardiff Recorded Music Society. Members’ Choice. A second opportunity to let Rod Delamere haveyour personal favourite pieces of music. Non-members welcome (entrance £2).
Wed 16 March. 7.25pm. St Edward's. Cardiff Recorded Music Society. What is Jazz? New presenter Martin Healey takes us on a journey through the history of jazz and events that have influenced it. Non-members welcome (entrance £2).
Wed 23 March. 7.25pm. St Edward's. Cardiff Recorded Music Society. Lady with violin. Michael Bell highlights the talents of some of today’s outstanding female violinists, including Janine Jansen and Nicola Benedetti. Non-members welcome (entrance £2).
Fri 25 March (Good Friday). 7.30pm. St Edward’s. St Edward’s Choir and Orchestra will perform Mozart’s Solemn Vespers in the context of a Devotional Service.
Wed 30 March. 7.25pm. St Edward's. Cardiff Recorded Music Society. The Annual General Meeting.
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