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Sunsets in St. Hilary's!

St. Hilary's is particularly beautiful at the time of sunset, especially when it has been a hot sunny day outside.

See below the vicar and children's favourite photos of St. Hilary's at its sunset............

Megan is seen here on Trinity Sunday admiring the way the sun is streaming through the windows on to the altar and creating a shadow of the cross on the wall behind...

This photograph was taken before St. Hilary's had the new chancel extension..


Alice, Adele and Priscilla Jane stand looking adoringly at the new East Window in the new chancel extension to St. Hilary's.

It has been a VERY hot and sunny day but the sunset is just breathtaking.  

It will come as NO surprise to tell you that Tom took this photo with his grandfather's camera!


Megan has come along to enjoy watching the sunset in St. Hilary's.

She too is totally fascinated with both the sunset and the new East Window.



Priscilla Jane enjoys a quiet time at the altar as sunset approaches!

The sun just catches the altar here, in particular, the flower arrangement on the altar which has a dove in it to represent the Holy Spirit as part of the Summer Trinity Flower Festival.





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This site is dedicated to Hilary Doreen Davies who departed this life 26 November 2003 aged 71 after 23 years of chronic illness with strokes, cancer and arthritis.  St Hilary's Church is our tribute to a brave lady who was mother to Sarah, Catherine, the late Rachel, the late John and wife to the late Owen Williams Davies.

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 Updated: 20 November 2010