The Llandudno Bible Week was formed following the 400th Anniversary of the King James VI bible. It attracts visitors from all over North Wales and NW England. This year it is moving to the beautifully refurbished Gloddaeth Church in the centre of town. Gloddaeth Street (Llandudno Presbyterian Chapel) was built in 1880 and rebuilt in 1891. The present chapel, dated 1891, was designed by architect Thomas George Williams of Liverpool and built in the Gothic style with a short-wall entry plan, integral tower and spire. It is a lovely building and the recent refurbishment has kept much of the old décor but also created modern multi-functional space for worship and fellowship.
Bible Week runs from May 7th until 10th. There are morning sessions which start at 10.30am and evening sessions at 7.30pm. This year’s speaker is Dr. James Robson, Ministry Director for Keswick Ministries. There is also an exhibition of Art by the local Christian Art group which is based on the themes of the conference. Two local authors will be signing books and there will be local ministries being showcased including the work with Mercy Rescue Orphanage in Kitai, Kenya, the work of Compassion who work with developing children all over the world, Living Waters Secondary School Project in Tanzania and Penrhyn Bay Church’s link mission with Estonia.
So, there is plenty going on for everyone. Further details are available https://gloddaeth.com/bible-week-2019/