The Wales United Reformed Church Moderator Reverend Simon Walkling has planted a yew tree propagated from an ancient tree over a thousand years old as part of The Conservation Foundation’s “We Love Yew” campaign to protect Britain’s ancient yew heritage. This special yew was planted in the grounds of the ancient graveyard of Ebenezer Chapel […]
Sally Thomas is the Synod Ecumenical Officer. Sally works to offer guidance and support to churches in ecumenical situations. She also works closely with Cytûn and other ecumenical bodies in Wales and beyond to represent the United Reformed Church’s interests in ecumenicism issues as well as matters of interfaith social justice matters.
The Children’s & Youth Development Officer’s role is to ensure that churches, their staff and those who act as leaders are encouraged, enabled and effective in their work with children and young people and to ensure this takes place in a safe environment. Judy is available to support churches through training and development of new or existing […]
The Synod employs half time Training and Development Officers to work with local churches and ministers to identify and develop training needs and to implement the Synod’s strategy for training and development. The Revd Gareth Dyer serves the Synod in this role in South Wales working with churches in north and mid Wales. The post […]
Chris is the Synod’s Honorary Treasurer and also acts as secretary to the URC (Wales) Trust Company Ltd.