Church in Wales

 

Jeffrey John writes to protest his being blackballed by the Welsh bishops

My situation is exactly similar to that of the Bishop of Grantham, which was recently defended by the Secretary-General of the ACC, Archbishop Idowu-Fearon, as being entirely compatible with the regulations of any Anglican province.

 

St David's Day message from the Bishop of St David's

On this St David’s day, we are called to remember the virtues of honesty and plain speaking which St David exemplified

 

Church in Wales fails to elect a 'gay' bishop

Dr Jeffrey John won a majority of votes at the closed door meeting of the electoral college for Llandaff, but failed to reach the required two thirds majority

 

Christmas message from the Bishop of St Asaph

It’s about time that it was said: money makes for a good Christmas. 

 

Christmas message from the Bishop of Bangor

Whatever earthquakes have rocked parts of the southern hemisphere, the north has experienced different, although hardly less tumultuous shifts.

 

Christmas message from the Archbishop of the Church in Wales

In countries such as Britain and America, there is bitterness in the air, about Brexit in the one case and about a president who has come to power despite his appalling remarks about women, people

 

LGBT film premiered at Welsh Cathedral

A new short film produced by the organisers of the Iris Prize, the world’s largest LGBT short film prize, will receive its world premiere with the blessing of the Archbishop of Wales.

 

First woman bishop in Wales

Canon Joanna Penberthy elected Bishop of St Davids

 

Royal Mint releases Christmas coin designed by the Bishop of St Asaph

The Christmas commemorative issue will be the second coin designed by the Rt. Rev Gregory Cameron

 

Church in Wales attendance plummets

Average Sunday attendance declined 5 per cent between 2014 and 2015, with 0.9 per cent of the population worshipping in Church of Wales congregations on Sunday.

 

Woman bishop address Forward in Faith-Wales on living well with diversity

At a conference organized by Credo Cymru, the body representing traditionalist beliefs in the Church in Wales, the Bishop of Gloucester, the Rt Revd Rachel Treweek, has spoken about living with div