We give immense thanks and praise to our God for the life of our dear brother, Geraint Jones, who entered the presence of his Saviour, Jesus Christ, on the afternoon of Sunday 13th February 2022.
Geraint was a founding member of the church here in Newtown and the blessings of his ministry and Godly character have been felt across Wales and beyond. Geraint will be greatly missed by many, and will leave a sizeable hole in the church family here.
A warm invitation is extended to all to join us for Geraint’s funeral. The service will be held at our church building next Thursday (24th Feb), at 12noon. Refreshments will follow after the service.
Then there will be the committal service in Aberystwyth at 4pm. Please note that this service will be in Welsh.
If you cannot attend the service in person, the live stream below will be active from 12pm on 24th February:
Please continue to uphold Elisabeth, Sara, Bethan, Rhys, Owain and the whole family in your prayers.
Below is a video of Geraint’s testimony of knowing Jesus in the midst of his cancer. May it be a blessing to your soul.
Thank you, Lord, for your blessing to us and many others through your servant, Geraint.
Soli Deo Gloria.
Bob and Penel Duerden says
Such good memories of our time with Geraint during the planting of Ebenezer Church in Bangor in the early 70s. A man of great wisdom, with a great love for the Lord and his people. His input into our lives was such a blessing. We know that, although he will be sorely missed by Liz, the family and the church, he will have been given a rich welcome into our Father’s house., where we look forward to meeting again on a day when all tears will be wiped away, all grief gone, and there will be no more sadness. May the Lord sustain you in your loss by the closeness of His presence.
Martin MCGRANAGHAN says
Geraint and I have been lifelong friends have first met at university. He gave me a great appreciation of God’s language as my father-in-law would describe it. We’ve had long and lasting memories of our lives together including our families. And just like the photo every time I think of Geraint it brings a smile to my face.
God bless you Geraint and your wonderful family.