Bishops call on political leaders to commit to the rule of law and work together for the country’s prosperity.
People who are homeless and volunteers who help them, will be the focus of church services across the country on October 13
Homeless people and victims of conflict are the focus of a major appeal to mark next year’s centenary of the Church In Wales.
Challenge the status quo and embrace change, Archbishop urges Church in his address to the Governing Body
First Minister Mark Drakeford describes how good interfaith relations are valued and nurtured in Wales
The Boys’ Brigade’s National Conference has taken place in Swansea, with a special message from Archbishop John.From The Diocese of Swansea and Brecon
A number of church buildings across the diocese are taking part in Cadw’s Wales-wide…From The Diocese of Llandaff
150 years ago this week on 7th September 1869, a new church opened its…From The Diocese of Llandaff
An organist will be setting out on a musical pilgrimage across the diocese later this year, and it’s all in a good cause.From The Diocese of Swansea and Brecon
St Grwst’s Church has been awarded £707,700 from the National Lottery to upgrade the building for community use and worship.From The Diocese of St. Asaph
In his Christmas Message, Bishop Gregory says God has sent you a message of love and hope in the birth of Jesus.From The Diocese of St. Asaph