January 30th 6.30pm Holy Eucharist : Feast of Charles, King & Martyr
The small choir will lead 1662 Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion including the proper propers for the day.
Announcing the service Fr Mark commented “It’s strange to think that a little Welsh town like Abergavenny might have a role to play in national affairs, but during the Civil War of 1642-45, it did. King Charles I himself stayed at the Priory, planning his next move against the armies of Parliament. The old Priory House may have been the location of his last Court. He presided over the trial of Sir Trefor Williams who changed sides in the Civil War”.