Be part of a great Welsh tradition!

Come and perform at our annual talent show, our “noson lawen”. It’s Sunday afternoon September 8th at 4.15 (after our homecoming service) in the parish hall at Rutgers Church at West 73rd Street. You could play an instrument, sing a song, recite a poem or read a piece that you’ve written. Let us know if you want to participate and even better: what you would like to do. (Please remember it is four minutes per performance). Contact Don at or at 646 260 6390. Let the fun begin!

Photos from our sixth annual noson lawen 2018

Many thanks to our emcee James Balmer, and as always, Don Farrow for organizing this fun event!


Immediately following our Homecoming Service, our congregation and friends gathered together to share their various talents in a Welsh tradition called noson lawen. This has become an annual event, and this year's was our best yet! Many thanks to Don Farrow for arranging the afternoon fun.

Audrey Roberts on stage sharing a story

Audrey Roberts on stage sharing a story

October 2016 Noson LAwen a huge HIT!

Our annual noson lawen (roughly translated: happy evening) transpired on Sunday October 9th, after the service. We extend our hearty thanks to all of our participants, our emcee, Simon Owen-Wiliams, and most especifally to our fearless leader, Don Farrow, who makes these wonderful events happen seemingly on their own - diolch yn fawr!!