Members of the 1st Swansea Eastside company, The Boys’ Brigade took part in the Remembrance Day and Battle's Over services in St Thomas.
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Celebrate interfaith week with a short walk around the different religions of the world.
Messages of peace without commitment to make it a reality, waste the victory so heavily fought for in WW1 says Archbishop John
Hundreds of people in the village of Dafen, near Llanelli, turned out for a...
Archbishop John and counselling consultant Wynford Ellis Owen call for restraint of the gambling industry
A newly-formed children’s church choir has been given a starring role in a new...
The Bishop of St Asaph has joined the Archbishop of Wales in calling for churches to ring their bells for peace on Sunday.
A taster session is taking place on 17 November when boys and girls who enjoy singing can find out more about being a Cathedral Chorister.
Five bell ringers from one church who lost their lives in World War One will be remembered as their successors ring out for peace
Archbishop John urges churches to ring their bells during a nationwide day of events marking the centenary of the Armistice, the end of WW1
What our churches are doing to remember the Fallen of WW1
Over 180 parishioners and guests came together at All Saints' Oystermouth to celebrate Patronal Festival and to give thanks for restoration.