Eco-Friendly Church on BBC Radio Wales

All Things Considered, BBC Radio Wales’ religious affairs programme, focussed on Eco-Friendly Church on Palm Sunday, March 28. Contributors include Joanna Penberthy (Bishop of St David’s), Andy Atkins (A Rocha CEO) and Claire Boot (URC Synod of Wales Property Officer).    The programme is available to listen online until April 28. Image by Andrzej Rembowski from Pixabay.  

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Latest Coronavirus Advice

The URC is offering advice and resources from a variety of sources about the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. In this fast-moving situation, the advice is being regularly updated.  Please access the current advice here: https://urc.org.uk/latest-news/3365-urc-issues-coronavirus-advice-to-its-churches.

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Black History Monthly

Black History Monthly– because Black History is too important to leave until October! Black History Monthly takes place on the third Monday of each month via Zoom, from 7.30pm to 8.30pm. Each session will have a different emphasis – including books, films and poetry – to help us discover some of the many achievements we may […]

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And God said, ‘Do not be silent’: Eco Church webinar

The National Synod of Wales is aiming to become an Eco Synod, which requires our churches to become Eco Churches. The process calls on us, as individuals and as the church, to reflect on the way we live our lives and how we impact the world around us. Our Synod Mission and Discipleship Board have […]

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Synod Sundays

Everyone is welcome to share our first ‘Synod Sunday’ on Sunday 31 January as a way of connecting together across the wider church. When there is a fifth Sunday in the month, different congregations or pastorates will provide recorded worship and you are welcome to use all or part of the material in your worship […]

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