The Mayor of Caerphilly County Borough, Councillor Julian Simmonds and South Wales East Assembly Member Delyth Jewell made separate visits to Tabernacle’s annual four-day Summer Holiday Bible Club at the end of July. Nearly 120 children and young people from the local community, aged from 5-15, attended. Similar Bible clubs were held at Blaenau Gwent Baptist Church, Abertillery, Bethany Baptist Church, Six Bells and Bethesda Baptist Church, Rogerstone as well at Hope Gobaith Church, Llanelli and Pines Congregational Church, Upper Killay, Swansea. Local volunteers were supported by volunteers from several churches in the United States. Tabernacle would like to thank all who supported the Newbridge event, in particular Asda, Blackwood; Greggs, Newbridge and Newbridge Trading Centre.

Councillor Simmonds (right) with, from left, the Mayoress,Mrs Karen Simmonds; the Revd. Sung Kee Ho, senior pastor, Antioch Church of Philadelphia; Mrs Ho, and Pastor Peter Cho, minister at Tabernacle.
Assembly Member Delyth Jewell with, from left, Math Wiliam, senior research and communications officer at Plaid Cymru’s regional office; Pastor Joseph Chung of Antioch Church and Councillor Mike Davies of Newbridge.
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