Clergy Log In Church in Wales

Where your treasure is, there your heart shall be also

18th April 2019

The Bishop of St Asaph has used his sermon at the Chrism Eucharist service at St Asaph Cathedral to consider how the financial response to the fire at Notre Dame, challenges our idea of what society can afford.

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Statement from Bishop Gregory following the Notre Dame fire

16th April 2019

The Bishop of St Asaph, the Rt Revd Gregory Cameron has issued a statement following the fire at Notre Dame in Paris.

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Bishop Gregory’s Message of Hope this Easter

16th April 2019

In his Easter Message, Bishop Gregory expresses a note of skepticism about the UK’s political system, but says the Resurrection of Jesus, is a reminder of the proof of God’s trustworthiness.

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“I will lift up my eyes to the hills: from whence comes my help?”

16th April 2019

In his Easter Message, Bishop Gregory expresses a note of skepticism about our politics, and a note of hope about our faith.

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Ad Clerum – April 2019

1st April 2019

In his April letter to clergy, Bishop Gregory encourages us all to be praying for our politicians in Westminster that they may be given the guidance to act in wisdom for the good of the nation.

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Church confirms the purchase of Wrexham’s former Burton’s Store

28th March 2019

The Diocese of St Asaph is the new owner of the former Burton’s store in Wrexham town centre. The three storey 1930s building is the centrepiece of a bid to the Church in Wales’ £10m Evangelism Fund to create a new kind of Christian Community, aimed at young people and families. 

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Teulu Asaph: April/May 2019

28th March 2019

The April/May edition of Teulu Asaph is now out in churches across the Diocese. This edition includes news on the bid to the Evangelism Fund, the purchase of Hope Street in Wrexham and the opening of new accommodation for people who are homeless in Flintshire. Pick up a copy in your local church or read it online here.

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Service of blessing for Ruthin’s restored church bells

25th March 2019

The Bishop of St Asaph has blessed the newly restored bells of Ruthin Church during a special service on Sunday 31 March, which was also Mothering Sunday. The eight bells, which have been cleaned and restored at the Taylors Foundry in Loughborough, were on the floor of the church and decorated with flowers for the “hallowing” service. You can watch a film of the blessing.

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Local authority backs historic church and chapel restoration in Llanrwst

22nd March 2019

A project to restore and enhance the historic church of St Grwst’s in Llanrwst has been awarded a £12,000 grant by Conwy County Borough Council.

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Maundy Money for St Asaph Chaplain

15th March 2019

A pastoral chaplain and steward at St Asaph Cathedral is to receive Maundy Money from Her Majesty, The Queen. Sue Last will travel to St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle for a special service to receive the money on Maundy Thursday (18 April).

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Ad Clerum – March 2019

4th March 2019

In the wake of Wales’ success in the rugby, Bishop Gregory asks what success means for the Church in Wales and defines what he means by mission.

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Denbighshire Punk Vicar is one of TV’s The 100

26th February 2019

A Vicar based near Ruthin is one of the 100 judges in the new series of BBC1’s All Together Now. The Revd Philip Chew, the Mission Area Leader of Dyffryn Clwyd Mission Area and the lead singer of Punk band, REVISIT will join comedian Rob Beckett and the Spice Girl Geri Horner (nee Halliwell) for the second series of the Saturday night hit TV programme All Together Now starting on Saturday (2 March). Phil, who has nearly forty years’ experience in the music industry, was selected as one of the 100 judges for the TV talent show. 

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