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Christmas through the ages at St Asaph Cathedral

10th December 2018

Visitors to St Asaph Cathedral will be able to step back in time to find out how Christmas was celebrated at the time of Bishop William Morgan, who translated the Bible into Welsh. A special “Time Travellers” Christmas craft event is taking place on Wednesday 12 December from 3pm where visitors can make a Tudor Tussie Mussie and learn how natural green foliage from holly, ivy, yew, mistletoe, box and laurel were used to make Christmas decorations.

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Churches to open as night shelters to support people sleeping rough in Wrexham

4th December 2018

Churches and community groups in Wrexham are making plans to open a cold weather night shelter to support people who are sleeping rough in the town. The temporary night shelter which will open at different venues every night of the week, between January and March, will provide a hot meal, a warm bed, breakfast and safety for up to 10 people every night. It follows a successful pilot project in March.

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Llangollen to welcome its new Vicar on Sunday 9 December

30th November 2018

The communities of Llangollen, Llantysilio and Trevor will welcome the Revd Lee Taylor as their new vicar on Sunday 9 December. The Bishop of St Asaph and the new Archdeacon of Montgomery, the Ven Dr Barry Wilson will lead the special service of licensing and welcome at St Collen’s Church, Llangollen at 11am. All are welcome.

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Ad Clerum – December 2018

29th November 2018

In his December 2018 Ad Clerum, Bishop Gregory outlines backing for a major initiative in the diocese: to establish a Resource Church in Wrexham, which will be opened in September 2020, highlights his Advent Message and Calendar and encourages us all to ensure the real good news is put at the centre of Advent and Christmas. 

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Make church more relevant, young people tell the Bishop of St Asaph

29th November 2018

The Bishop of St Asaph has been challenged by a group of young people to make the church more relevant and engaging. The discussion is part of a conversation between the Rt Revd Gregory Cameron and three young people, which has been filmed and released as the Bishop of St Asaph’s 2018 Advent Message.

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Church celebrates its 125th anniversary with gifts to the community

26th November 2018

St James’ Church in New Brighton has raised more than £1,250 over the last ten months to support ten local groups. The church has run coffee mornings, afternoon teas, hot pot suppers, brunches, lunch and speaker events.

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Ken Massey: Being a Christian in today’s world

22nd November 2018

Ken is one of five people filmed for the 2018 Diocesan Conference, explaining why he became a volunteer chaplain at Coleg Cambria.

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Nikki Harrison: Being a Christian in today’s world

22nd November 2018

Watch Nikki Harrison, a volunteer youth workers in the Diocese of St Asaph, explain why she joined the 2018 youth pilgrimage.

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Arwyn Jones: Being a Christian in today’s world

22nd November 2018

Arwyn is a worship leader at Meifod Church in Caereinion Mission Area of the Diocese of St Asaph. His film was shown at the 2018 Diocesan Conference.

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Katie Macey: Being a Christian in Today’s World

22nd November 2018

Katie Macey is headteacher of Penley Madras VA School in Penley near Wrexham. She was one of five people featured in short films shown at the 2018 Diocesan Conference.

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Danielle Jones: Being a Christian in today’s world

22nd November 2018

Danielle Jones was one of five people featured in short films shown at the 2018 Diocesan Conference. Danielle had just returned from a trip to Sierra Leone and reflected on how God is involved in her life.

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I did that!

22nd November 2018

Inspirational stories from around the Diocese of St Asaph. This film was shown at the 2016 Diocesan Conference.

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