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Spiritual in North Wales
32 sites in this category


Narrow SubjectBuddhism [1], Christianity [18], Churches & Cathedrals [18], Ghosts & Hauntings [1], Paranormal Investigators [1], Psychics & Mediums [1], Qigong [2], Reiki [2], Spiritual Healing [1], Tarot Readings [1], Witchcraft & Pagan [1]

Narrow AreaAnglesey (Ynys Mon) [3], Conwy County [11], Denbighshire [2], Gwynedd [7], Wrexham County [5], Wales General [4]

Widen SubjectArt & Culture / Spiritual

Widen AreaWales / North Wales

Rhosneigr Evangelical Church, Horeb Chapel
http://www.horebchapel.org.uk
Website of Rhosneigr Evangelical Church, who meet at Horeb Chapel, opposite the clock in Rhosneigr. This website contains information on Rhosneigr Evangelical Church\'s meetings and activities, and more. A warm welcome is extended to all.


Tywyn Baptist Church
http://www.tywynbaptistchurch.org.uk
We are a small Baptist Church situated in the High Street of Tywyn, a seaside town on the coast of Wales. We are surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Snowdonia National Park which enables us daily to appreciate the wonder of God\'s creation.


Hafan Shaolin Cymru
http://www.hafanshaolincymru.com
Based in Ruabon, Wrexham, Hafan Shaolin Cymru offers Gung Fu and Qi Gong training for both adults and children. Hafan Shaolin Cymru was set up with the intention of putting roots of Shaolin Gung fu into new ground in North Wales. Following many traditional Shaolin training methods, philosophies, approaches and by applying hard work and perseverance we hope that the roots will become strongly established and continue to flourish.


Rhos Family Church
http://www.rhosfamilychurch.org.uk
Rhos Family Church welcomes visitors to its Sunday All Age Morning Worship at Llandrillo Infants\' School. There is a friendly membership spanning all age groups and opportunities to join in the activities listed in the menu above. In Coming Events, there is a calendar with all our meetings and activities for the current month.


Reflex@Ease
http://www.reflex-at-ease.co.uk
At Reflex@Ease, we have developed treatments that show our clients how to relax, bring stress levels down and develop an inner peace. This enables the body to think more clearly and work more efficiently to achieve real quality time out of life. During treatments clients go into deep relaxation, giving the body a chance to rebalance itself.


Healing Tao Britain
http://www.healingtaobritain.com
QiGong, Nei Gong,Tai Chi, Meditation, Internal Alchemy, Bodywork, Tao Yoga and the Art of Everyday Living.


The Presbyterian Church of Wales - Eglwys Bresbyteraidd Cymru
http://www.ebcpcw.org.uk
The Mission Board exists in order to develop our experience in Christ within the Connexion and its work is mainly focused on four main priorities: To generate local mission within the work of our churches; Develop local testimony; Develop specialist ministry, including Chaplaincy in industry and higher education; Strengthen our association with the Church World-wide.


The Church of Llanaber and St. Bodfan
http://www.walesdirectory.co.uk/his/ch/bodfan.htm
St Bodfan\'s Church is the finest 13th-century church in Gwynedd. It was built by Hywel ap Gruffudd ap Cynan, a great grandson of Owain Gwynedd who became overlord of this part of Meirionnydd in 1202 but was dead by 1216. The church houses the Llanaber stones dating from the late 5th-early 6th century AD.


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