Synod Funds Mission Development Fund Amount available £10,000 Grant or Repayable grant of up to £50,000. This fund seeks to: a) Promote projects for Mission Development, using the Vision2020 statements as a starting point. It will not fund solely routine building maintenance or repairs. It can be used as a match funding/enabling resource to provide […]
Margery Davies, Church Secretary at Sardis United Reformed Church, Llangynidr near Crickhowell in the Usk Wye Region, was among those awarded in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List. Margery has served the church for many years, and the former District Council, plays the organ and belongs to the Church’s Knit and Natter group who create […]
Although based in suburban Cardiff, the staff in Synod Office often enjoy the company of birds whilst at work. We have a large tree at the rear of the office and, lately, a quarrel of sparrows has taken to populating the tree and brambles outside the windows of Sue and Helen’s offices. You may be lucky enough […]
Is the URC in Wales different from the URC? Is there something distinctive about being the United Reformed Church in Wales? Is there a difference – subtle or otherwise – about being, on the one hand, in the United Reformed Church and then, on the other, of being in the United Reformed Church in Wales. […]
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 […]
Gaynor provides secretarial and administrative support to the Officers and Staff of the Wales Synod. Gaynor is the first point of contact when calling into Synod Office.
Helen is the Moderator’s Personal Assistant and the Synod Office Manager.
The Officer for Ecumenical & Inter-faith Relations offers guidance and support to churches in ecumenical situations, and works closely with Cytûn and other ecumenical bodies in Wales. The Ecumenical Officer represents the Synod’s interests in ecumenicism issues as well as in matters of inter-faith social justice.