There is currently a waiting list for the Llanmadoc Study Weekend 2019, however, please feel free to book on as space may become available.
Follow link to booking form. Please note that this does not confirm your place until we have received your payment. Once you have booked on, we will send you a confirmation email with this year’s study workbook and instructions on how to pay. (Please don’t worry if you don’t receive this immediately as it may take a few days for your booking to be processed.)
Day Visitors – if you would like to attend any part of the weekend, please make sure you book on as a day visitor (using the same booking form). There is a cost for this imposed by the centre and for safety reasons we need to know who is on site at all times. The cost for day visitors is £12 per day.
If you are no longer able to attend after you have booked on, please let us know as soon as you can so that we can make your place available to others.
This year, we have Llanmadoc Hoodies available, with Psalm 34v7 on the back.
Here is the link to our: Llanmadoc Workbook 2019
We look forward to seeing you in September, God Willing!
We will be meeting at Newton Court for our SWYPG Ramble this year, God willing.
Meet at 2pm for a walk on the Gower. Back to Newton Court for refreshments and a Bible Study to be led by Brother John Owen.
More details will be given soon…
BBQ and Study
Meeting at Dafydd and Lynne Jenkins’ house (CF32 0PF) at 2pm for a walk on Ogmore beach, followed by a Bible study to be led by Bro Roger Lewis and then BBQ for dinner.
Numbers are required for catering, so please let us know if you intend to come along: you can contact us via this link or via our Facebook page
We’d love to see you there!
Welcome to our South Wales Young People’s Group!
A programme for the year can be found on our website – have a look at this to see where our next SWYPG will be held and what subject we will be studying each month. Also, you can look under the section “about us” for more information.
The theme for our South Wales Young People’s Group studies this year is the “Minor Prophets”. These are a series of prophecies which can be found towards the end of the Old Testament – small books with a major message.
These prophecies were written both before the Babylonian exile and after the Jews returned to the land. In total, there are twelve minor prophets – nine before the captivity and three after – and collectively they are called in the Jewish canon: The Book of the Twelve Prophets.
Some of these books contain elements of biography which add to the prophetic teaching and give some insight into the character of the prophet, such as Amos and Hosea. Others contain little or no information about the prophet themselves, and concentrate solely on the message that they were given to preach, e.g. Obadiah and Malachi.
The aim of our studies this year is to help us gain an understanding of each of these books and their messages. We hope you enjoy the classes and look forward to seeing you at South Wales Young People’s Group this year!