What Is Christianity?  
Beth yw Cristnogaeth?  

The message at the heart of Christianity is pretty simple.

On this three-minute video, find out what it's all about.
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There are details of how to ask any questions you have at the bottom of the page.

Who is Jesus? Pwy yw Iesu?

CEM-Who-is-JesusHe’s the Christ. The King who God himself had promised to send, who would put everything right by setting up a kingdom of justice and love. He’s also the Son of God. God himself, entering the world as a human being. Jesus proved who he was by what he did. He healed people. He calmed storms. He raised the dead.

By doing these things, the King was giving a glimpse of life in his kingdom. A perfect place, with no suffering, fear or death. It’s the world we all want.

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Why did Jesus come? To be rejected

Pam y daeth Iesu? Cael ei wrthod.


But many people rejected Jesus. They thought they’d be happier making their own rules and living outside his kingdom. This rejection of the King is something we all do. Jesus called it sin.

It damages our lives and will eventually leave us separated from the joy of being in the kingdom.

God won’t let those who reject the King live with him. So we face what Jesus called hell. An existence without anything good, forever.


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Why did Jesus come? To be killed.

Pam y daeth Iesu? Cael eu ladd. 

People rejected the King so violently that they killed him by nailing him to a cross. But his death wasn't a mistake by God – it was a masterstroke.

On the cross, Jesus was cut off from God’s friendship and goodness. He chose to experience hell – so that we don’t have to. The sinless King died to take the punishment sin deserves.

Jesus was opening the way into his kingdom.

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Why did Jesus come? To rise again

Pam y daeth Iesu? Atgyfodiad. 


Three days after his execution, his tomb was found to be empty. Over the next few weeks many ate with Jesus. Dozens spoke with him. Hundreds saw him. Jesus the King could not be contained by death.

He had risen!

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What does is mean for us? Be' mae'n 'feddwl i ni?

CEM-What-does-it-mean-for-usSo, today, right now, Jesus is inviting people to come into his kingdom. He tells us to repent and believe the good news.

Repent means to turn around, to live with Jesus in charge instead of ourselves. Believe means to trust that Jesus has done everything we need to give us a place in his kingdom.

Living with Jesus as King isn't easy. His followers will be rejected, just as he was. But they also live a life of deep security, satisfaction, and joy, knowing God and his forgiveness, being helped by his Spirit, and looking forward to the King’s return, when he will finally establish his loving kingdom forever.

Jesus offers all this to anyone and everyone who repents and believes.



How about you? Be' amdanoch chi?

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Questions? Cwestiynau

Please contact us and we will be happy to go through your questions.  

Cysylltwch â ni, wnawn ni fod yn hapus iawn sgwrsio efo chi. 

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Welcome ~ croeso to our church. If you are a new visitor, we have a page for you to get to know us and learn more about planning a visit.
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Planning your Visit

New to us? Newydd i ni?

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Welcome! Croeso!

Whether you've just moved to the area, or have lived here all your life, we hope our website helps you to find everything you want to know about us. 

Os dach chi'n newydd i'r ardal 'ma, neu wedi bod yma ers talwm - gobeithio bod chi'n gallu ffeindio popeth dach chi eisiau gwybod amdanom ni fan hyn.


New to church altogether? Just want to know more about the Christian faith? 

There's a warm welcome for you every week, feel free to contact us if you do have questions, we'll be happy to help. You can read our 'about' page too. Have you thought about Alpha? Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith.
Find out when are next course is running here

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When & where?   Pryd a lle? 

We gather every Sunday morning at the Canolfan Cae Cymro in Clawddnewydd at 10:30 every Sunday.

At present we are not streaming live, but only video the message, this can be found normally within a couple of days on our website under resources/sermons and media.

Kurt Francis
Tel / Ffôn: 01745 813599 or 07902 874977
email: kurt@rcfnorthwales.com

Canolfan Cae Cymro (Village Community Hall)

Clawddnewydd, Nr Rhuthun
Denbighshire / Sir Ddinbych
LL15 2ND

Plenty of parking is available. Digon o lefydd parcio ar gael.

You can see a map on our contact us page


What should I expect?   Be' ddylwn i'n disgwyl?

We're always happy to meet new people, and visitors to us. We have an informal structure but the morning service usually takes the pattern of Story-Telling, Worship, Breaking of Bread and Prayer, and Teaching from the Bible.  The teaching time is aimed at 20 minutes with 10 minutes of discussion time either within or at the end of the talk. Once a month and throughout August we have an all-age service called 'Allsorts' where hopefully there is a little something for everyone! Tea, coffee and biscuits are served after the service where there is plenty of time to meet new people and ask more questions.

Dan ni'n hapus iawn i gyfarfod pobl newydd, ac ymwelwyr hefyd. Mae ein gwasanaethau yn anffurfiol, a fel arfer yn cynnwys amser i addoli, cael cymun, ac i amser i rannu storiau a hanes. Bydd 'na bregeth pob wythnos am ~20 munud gydag fel arfer 10 munud i sgwrsio ac ymateb. Unwaith y mis, a thrwy gydol mis Awst rydym cael gwasanaeth 'Allsorts' i bob oedran lle gobeithio bydd 'na rywbeth bach i bawb!
Lluniaeth ysgafn ar gael ar ôl y gwasanaeth. Digon o amser i sgwrsio, gofyn ychydig o gwestiynau ac wrth cwrs, dod i nabod ein gilydd yn well. 


What about children and youth?  Be' am y plant a phobl ifanc?


We run a specific program just for children and young people. Most weeks the children stay with their parents at the start of the service as we worship (sing songs, tell our stories and break bread with one another!) together for the first part of the morning. Someone will usually announce when the children need to go to their respective programs. If it's your first time, you will need to go with your children and register them.

Rydym yn cynnal rhaglen benodol ar gyfer plant a phobl ifanc. Fel arfer, dyn ni i gyd yn addoli efo;n gilydd i ddechrau, a wedyn mae''r plant  a phobl ifanc yn mynd allan i'w grwpiau penodol. Bydd rhywun yn esbonio yn ystod y bore! Os dach chi'n dod am y tro cyntaf, ewch efo'ch plant i'w cofrestu diolos gwelwch chi'n dda. 

Our aim is to make sure every child can be themselves in a safe and welcoming environment. Our children's workers are DBS checked and we have safeguarding procedures in place, we take our responsibility for the safety of children and young people very seriously.

We want the kids to have great fun whilst learning more about Jesus and meeting with Him.

Rydym ni eisiau'r plant cael hwyl yn dysgu am Iesu, a dod i nabod yr Arglwydd yn well. 

If you have any questions about the programmes or want to know more about bringing your kids along on a Sunday then please email us or fill in our Contact Us form.   

Os oes gynnych chi unrhyw gwestiwn am ein rhaglenni, neu os dych chi eisiau gwybod mwy am ddod â'ch plant chi ar ddydd Sul, ebostiwch ni neu llenwch y Ffurflen Gyswllt. 


For more information about what happens in the children's work please visit the relevant age groups for you under church life.



Please feel free to contact us.
Cysylltwch â ni
 os gwelwch chi'n dda. 

Check out our Staff and Leadership page.

Gweler linc 'Staff' yma