Clergy Log In Church in Wales

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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Step back in time for Lent and Easter heritage events at St Asaph Cathedral

20th February 2019

Visitors of all ages to St Asaph Cathedral will be able to step back in time to discover the history of some well-known traditions associated with Lent and Easter. A series of free, drop-in craft events will take place with the first, a Time Traveller’s Pancake Day, taking place on Shrove Tuesday (5 March).

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Diocesan Offering final total exceeds £11,000

11th February 2019

A total of £11, 194.80, was donated to Alzheimer’s Society Cymru for the Diocesan Offering, more than £2,000 higher than previously announced.

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Sabbatical plans for the Bishop of St Asaph

7th February 2019

The Bishop of St Asaph has announced plans to take a sabbatical later this year. The Rt Revd Gregory Cameron, who will have been in post for ten years in April, will be away from St Asaph between July and November.

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New Canons appointed for St Asaph Cathedral

7th February 2019

The Bishop of St Asaph has appointed three new Cathedral Canons. The Revd Martin Batchelor, Vicar of Bistre near Buckley and Mission Area Leader of the Borderlands Mission Area has been appointed as a Cursal Canon. The Revd Kate Tiltman, Vicar of Ruabon and Mission Area Leader of Offa Mission Area and the Revd Steve Green, Vicar of St Andrew’s, Garden City near Queensferry have both been appointed Honorary Canons.

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Lottie the church bell given a new look by Ruthin pupils

7th February 2019

The winners of a competition to design a logo for the bells of Ruthin have been announced. The competition, open to all primary school children in the town, was organised as part of the bells restoration project at St Peter’s Church, Ruthin.  The £150,000 scheme, partially funded by the National Lottery, will see all eight nineteenth church bells cleaned, repaired and fitted to a new metal frame, replacing the ancient oak frame. 

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Ad Clerum – February 2019

6th February 2019

In his February letter, Bishop Gregory announces where this year’s six ordinands will serve as curates, provides information about the Provincial Lent course and outlines the current vacancies in the diocese.

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Teulu Asaph: February / March 2019

30th January 2019

The February / March edition of Teulu Asaph is now available with articles focusing on the place of the church in the world. Read it in full here or pick up a copy in your local church.

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Church and community night shelter opens in Wrexham

11th January 2019

A night shelter run by churches to accommodate people sleeping rough in Wrexham has opened this week. More than 170 volunteers from church and community groups in the town are offering safe beds, a hot meal and a warm welcome to up to ten people every night for the next ten weeks, the coldest time of year. To volunteer or support the project, email Sarah or Stephen:

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Ad Clerum – January 2019

7th January 2019

In his January Ad Clerum, Bishop Gregory suggests that the changing of the year, the moving on from Christmas, and the growing brightening of the evenings, lend us something of a spirit of a new beginning.

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