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Christians in public life in Wales and Australia discuss connection between faith and work

Anglican politicians in Wales and the former Australian Reserve Bank governor have been explaining the role of faith in public life.

27 July 2018

Prince Charles visits churches as part of his summer tour of Wales

The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, has visited a number of Anglican churches as part of his annual summer tour of the country.

12 July 2018

Archbishop’s dispensation required for Church in Wales’ youngest ever ordinand

The Bishop of St Asaph will ordain a 22-year-old tomorrow – a year younger than that normally allowed in the Church of Wales’ rules.

29 June 2018

Welsh television drama advisor to become Director of Formation for Licensed Ministry

A priest who acted as advisor to a TV drama about a rural female vicar has been appointed to oversee training of licensed ministers in Wales.

07 June 2018

Cultural “first” appointments highlight diversity of Anglican Communion

The Church of England has selected a Nigerian to be the next Bishop of Woolwich in the Diocese of Southwark, it was announced today.

20 December 2016

Britain's Royal Mint turns to bishop for Christmas coin design

Britain’s Royal Mint has produced the UK’s first-ever Christmas coin – and has turned to the Church in Wales’ Bishop of St Asaph, Gregory Cameron, for its design.

19 October 2016

Bishop renders four beasts unto Caesar

Britain’s Royal Mint is changing the shape of the UK’s pound coin, replacing the round design with a new 12-sided coin; and today it has released the last ever round pound – with a picture of four royal beasts designed by the Bishop of St Asaph, the Rt Revd Gregory Cameron.

10 May 2016

Metal thieves steal lead from cathedral

Metal thieves steal lead from cathedral

Churches across the Diocese are being urged to do everything they can to protect their buildings from thieves after £10,000 worth of lead was stolen from the roof of St Asaph Cathedral.

06 September 2011

New website helping churches to become more child-friendly

New website helping churches to become more child-friendly

By Anna Morrell, Archbishop's Media Officer, Church in Wales.

Help to make church a friendlier place for children and young families is the aim of a new website packed with resources for Sunday School leaders and playgroup organisers.

12 April 2011