Venue Hire

St Timothy’s is available for hire at modest rates.  The building can be booked in its entirety or as individual elements:

The Church is for larger events such as family parties or conferences. The church can comfortably seat 80 people banqueting style, or up to 150 people theatre style.

The Church ready for the Parish curry night

The Church ready for the Parish curry night

 

The Hall is suited to smaller gatherings. The hall can comfortably seat up to 50 people banqueting style or 80 people theatre style.

Booking Information:

Map of church

  • The Kitchen can be available for both hall and church bookings.
  • An overhead projector and screen can be made available for a charge of £25 per session.
  • Bookings are accepted for a minimum of one hour and are subject to availability. Please do not make any commitments relating to the booking, until confirmation has been received from the Hall Hire Secretary.
  • Please note that the signed hire agreement and full payment needs to be received prior to the event.
  • We’re very sorry but we can’t accept cheques.
  • Off road car parking for around 10 cars, on road parking also available.

If you would like to make an enquiry regarding availability and prices, please fill in the contact form at the bottom of the page or email rob@caerauwithely.org for availability.

Hall costs

Equipment Hire

The church have a variety of camping and outdoor equipment that is available for hire to church and community groups. We have:

  • 3 No. Eight Man Kalahari Tents;
  • 1 No. Fixed Metal Frame Kitchen Tent;
  • 7 No. Three Season Sleeping Bags;
  • 1 No. Gas Stove with Hobs and Grill;
  • Camping Plates, Bowls and Mugs;
  • Pots, Pans, Trays and Utensils.

Please email Rob (websiteeditor@caerauwithely.org) for further details and costs.

 

Example of Kalahari Tent

Example of Kalahari Tent

 

 

The Parish have the right to refuse hire at any point. A cash deposit will be required on the items. A written reference maybe required if you are unknown to us to ensure your suitability. Upon hire you are agreeing to pay fully for any losses or damages inflicted on the items. ACE timebanking credits are an accepted form of payment.

Available for Hire

Available for Hire

The church have a variety of camping and outdoor equipment that is available for hire to church and community groups. We have: 3 No. Eight Man Kalahari Tents; 1 No. Fixed Metal Frame Kitchen Tent; 7 No. Three Season Sleeping Bags; 1 No. Gas Stove with Hobs and Grill; Camping Plates, Bowls and Mugs; Pots, Pans, Trays and Utensils. Please email Rob (websiteeditor@caerauwithely.org) for further details and costs.     The Parish have the right to refuse hire at any point. A cash deposit will be More >

Kids & Youth Work

WEST MIDLANDS SAFARI PARK … AND … A TRIP TO SEE SANTA

Over the last few years, the Parish Folly Farm trip has become a staple of Parish life.  This year we went as far as offering a second trip, and enjoyed trips to Folly Farm in May and to Noah’s Ark Zoo in September. It was during the latter that someone said to me, “You will throw on a Christmas trip, won’t you?” …Well it really hadn’t crossed my mind, but as the question was raised … why not? It was on the morning of the 12th December, that we all gathered at St David’s Church. Almost sixty of More >

Meetings

The Vicar Writes

PCC This month we elect a new group of people to serve on our Parish Church Council (PCC). Many of you might not realise what the PCC actually does, and if you’ve ever found yourself wondering, here’s a chance to find out more. Every Anglican parish is looked after by a group of elected parishioners who help, with the incumbent (Vicar-Parish Priest) and church wardens to lead the local church in its work and mission. This group is elected each year at the Annual Vestry Meeting, [AVM) and our More >

Messy Church

Thank You!

  With the arrival of the summer holidays comes a well-earned break from all children’s and youth work activities in the Parish. So on behalf of Fr Jesse, Fr Chris, the PCC and everyone in the Parish we would love to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who has been involved in running all the groups, clubs and activities. To all the fantastic Sunday School leaders at St David’s who manage to educate, entertain and inspire so many children in such a small space every Sunday – we salute you and More >

News

Questions, Questions, Questions…

What is the ‘Share’ that is paid out each month? How much money does the parish get from the Diocese? Does the government pay the vicar’s salary? Who pays to repair our church buildings?   It is quite important that we in the parish should be aware of how funding for our Parish works; it can be a tricky area to discuss, however everyone really should have some awareness. Do you realise that the ‘Church Authority’ (The Church in Wales … The Diocese…  or any other organisation) doesn’t provide More >

Pathwayz

Thank You!

  With the arrival of the summer holidays comes a well-earned break from all children’s and youth work activities in the Parish. So on behalf of Fr Jesse, Fr Chris, the PCC and everyone in the Parish we would love to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who has been involved in running all the groups, clubs and activities. To all the fantastic Sunday School leaders at St David’s who manage to educate, entertain and inspire so many children in such a small space every Sunday – we salute you and More >

PCC

The Vicar Writes

PCC This month we elect a new group of people to serve on our Parish Church Council (PCC). Many of you might not realise what the PCC actually does, and if you’ve ever found yourself wondering, here’s a chance to find out more. Every Anglican parish is looked after by a group of elected parishioners who help, with the incumbent (Vicar-Parish Priest) and church wardens to lead the local church in its work and mission. This group is elected each year at the Annual Vestry Meeting, [AVM) and our More >

Roots

Thank You!

  With the arrival of the summer holidays comes a well-earned break from all children’s and youth work activities in the Parish. So on behalf of Fr Jesse, Fr Chris, the PCC and everyone in the Parish we would love to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who has been involved in running all the groups, clubs and activities. To all the fantastic Sunday School leaders at St David’s who manage to educate, entertain and inspire so many children in such a small space every Sunday – we salute you and More >

Sad News

Stanley Clarke

Last month, Stan Clarke, a member of St David’s congregation, exchanged time for eternity.  We pray that he may be blessed with joy and peace. Stan was such a lovely man, and held in great affection by all who knew him.  He was certainly one of the people who made me feel so welcome when I first came to this parish. Despite battling with all sorts of health conditions over the last few years, he never failed to give family, friends and visitors his lovely smile. We shall miss you Stan.  More >

Service Times

Harvest Festival

By Karen Robjohn   The Harvest Festival followed the pattern of previous years, with the added bonus of being able to enjoy one of the most beautiful of days; who knows, the Indian summer may be upon us…(?) It almost belied the fact that we are now into Autumn; yes, it certainly looked and felt like a summer’s day. The Harvest Festival followed our traditional pattern of holding just one Sunday morning whole Parish service, allowing us all to come together in a common act of worship, after More >

Singing Group

Singing Group

The next ‘get together’ of the singing group is to be at 7pm. Monday 29th April at St David’s… Perhaps we might see you there? It’s an enjoyable hour, not too serious and most certainly no pressure, other than to enjoy singing in a group situation and occasionally ‘experiment’ too. Why not give it a go? No pressure! Come once, come occasionally, whatever; but we promise that we won’t ‘sign you up’ or expect you to join the choir on More >

Socials

Strawberry Tea

A massive thanks to Pauline and everyone who helpled organised another fantastic strawberry tea event. Here are some photos from Saturday: #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php More >

Sunday School

Thank You!

  With the arrival of the summer holidays comes a well-earned break from all children’s and youth work activities in the Parish. So on behalf of Fr Jesse, Fr Chris, the PCC and everyone in the Parish we would love to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who has been involved in running all the groups, clubs and activities. To all the fantastic Sunday School leaders at St David’s who manage to educate, entertain and inspire so many children in such a small space every Sunday – we salute you and More >

Thanks

Strawberry Tea

A massive thanks to Pauline and everyone who helpled organised another fantastic strawberry tea event. Here are some photos from Saturday: #gallery-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php More >

Thoughts & Comments

Questions, Questions, Questions…

What is the ‘Share’ that is paid out each month? How much money does the parish get from the Diocese? Does the government pay the vicar’s salary? Who pays to repair our church buildings?   It is quite important that we in the parish should be aware of how funding for our Parish works; it can be a tricky area to discuss, however everyone really should have some awareness. Do you realise that the ‘Church Authority’ (The Church in Wales … The Diocese…  or any other organisation) doesn’t provide More >

Treasurer

Overview of Parish Finances 2016

By Peter Rosser tackle many of the outstanding repair jobs in the parish to ensure that both our churches are in as good a physical condition as we can manage, consequently £12,000  was spent on the fabric of the buildings within the year.  This covers most of the items listed for action in the last buildings review carried out by the Diocese. We were lucky to receive grants of £6,300 towards this cost and we are grateful to Vicar’s Warden Jean O’Keefe for all the hard work done in applying for More >

Uncategorized

Vicar’s report 2017 (for the Annual Vestry Meeting)

As we look back over the last year, I am so grateful. I am full of gratitude for all the ways that we in St David’s and St Timothy’s continue to proclaim Jesus as King, to worship, to pray and to show love to our community.   As we do this with more than our full share of burdens, troubles, ill health – mine, again included – and, again so many bereavements. We’ve had the deaths of dear, faithful and generous parishioners like Rita Somers and Raye Clutton. These were parishioners who came More >

Upcoming Events

PARISH FAMILY DAYS OUT

Over the last few years, the Parish Family Folly Farm trip has become a staple of the Parish’s life. Over the last 3 years the dates have varied having trips in August, then July, then September over respective years. During the last trip in September 2014, Jean O’Keefe and I chatted and it was agreed to attempt two trips away in 2015, which was subsequently publicised in my magazine article last October. Therefore as promised, we ran a trip on the 9th May.  Originally this was scheduled to be More >

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