Wales entered Alert Level 4 on 20th December 2020. To comply with the Guidance issued by the Welsh Government, Llangasty Retreat House must again close temporarily. Circumstances are changing rapidly, so there is not yet any indication as to when these new restrictions might be relaxed– but we will keep the situation under review.
Since reopening in the summer, we have been able to welcome Retreatants by adhering to Guidance issued by the Church in Wales and regulations relating to the provision of hospitality and accommodation made by the Welsh Government, including the Track and Trace procedure.
We are very grateful for all the support we have received in 2020. Looking forward to decreases in rates of infection and the delivery of vaccines, we hope to welcome Retreatants soon.
The Great Commission - Matthew 28: 18-20
The final words of Matthew’s Gospel remind us of the universal presence and authority of Jesus Christ, of our Trinitarian baptismal faith and of the need for every Christian to attend carefully to the teaching of Jesus.
In serving the mission of the Church, the Retreat House seeks to give to groups and individuals the opportunity to come apart with Jesus and rest awhile, in order to be able to go forth in his name more effectively to serve him and his saving mission in daily life.
Please note: Due to the coronavirus,
Drop in Days have become
Book in Advance Days.
Residential Retreats: begin at 4pm on the first day and finish after lunch on the last day, unless otherwise specified. Booking essential.
Day Retreats: 10am to 4pm beginning and ending with worship. In between there are theme talks, and periods of quiet. Coffee, lunch and afternoon tea provided. Booking essential.
Drop in Day*: 10am to 4pm, with prayer at 12 noon. An opportunity to pause for prayer and personal reflection - come for all or part of the day. Bring your own lunch, coffee and tea provided. No charge, but donations welcome.
*Please book in advance.
Tariff & Bookings: Please visit our Tariff page »
Retreats, Conferences and Study groups in Llangasty, Brecon, Wales