A guide to helping homeless people
for Clergy, Staff and Parishioners
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Good sheep for straying shepherds:
Reflections of a Yank on the Church and Local Communities.
Revd Dr Mark Clavier, Acting Principal of St Michael’s College, Cardiff.
Continue reading Rev’d Dr Mark Clavier – Reflections of a Yank
The Bishop David joined the conference for a reception on Tuesday evening.
In the afternoon we visited Cardiff Bay and the Senedd (Welsh Assembly) Building … well we can’t work hard
all the time!
All aboard the Waterbus for a trip to Cardiff Bay
Now what is this?
Torchwood? … still waiting for the next serise!
Inside the Senedd building
What a view from the office window
Cardiff Bay and back to the conference
On Day 2 we started with a Eucharist at St John the Baptist Church and were welcomed by Rev’d Canon Dr Sarah Rowland Jones and then heard from the founder of the Women Seeking Sanctuary Action Group, a Cameroonian refugee Constance Nzeneu, and then from Jonathan Cox about Cardiff Citizens.
Continue reading St John the Baptist Church: Communion, Sanctuary and Citizens
Mostly Hills and Sheep; a Rural View offered by Revd Richard Kirlew, National Lead Rural Life Adviser, Church in Wales.
Richard has a passion for rurality – and finds this means pushing boundaries and working outside the box, with farmers, farming unions, charities and very small rural communities, pub ministry.
Continue reading Richard Kirlew: ‘Mostly hills and sheep’