Delve is a podcast series exploring the lesser-known Christian festivals.
Christ the King – THE DIOCESE OF llandAff
Christ the King is the latest in the Delve series of podcasts and videos produced by the Church in Wales, looking at the lesser-known Christian festivals and exploring what they mean for us today.
Canon Edwin Counsell, Education Director for the Church in Wales based in Llandaff, talks to communications officer Alison Young about the significance of the feast of Christ the King.
The transfiguration – the diocese of st davids
Revd Peter Lewis and Revd Jenny Kimber visit St Peter’s Church, Lampeter Velfrey, in Pembrokeshire to consider the significance of the Feast of the Transfiguration, traditionally marked on August 6th, and discuss its relevance to our lives today.
The trinity – The Diocese of St Asaph
In this latest podcast, we unpack the Trinity. Manon Ceridwen James, St Asaph’s director of ministry and Tracey White, the diocesan funding and training officer discuss the relevance of the doctrine of the Trinity and how they understand the reality of the Trinity in their lives.
The Annunciation – The Diocese of Monmouth
The Feast of the Annunciation the next in the Delve series of videos and podcasts produced by the Church in Wales, looking at the lesser-known Christian festivals and exploring what they mean for us.
The first video features Father John Connell, Priest in Charge of the Rumney Benefice in Cardiff, who is talking to Kathryn Stowers, Communications Officer for the Diocese of Monmouth, talking about the Feast of the Annunciation.