Beibl 1620

Mae eleni yn bedwar can mlwyddiant cyhoeddi Beibl 1620 sef y Beibl yr ydym i gyd wedi ei ddefnyddio yn gyson dros y canrifoedd. Ar ôl cyhoeddi Beibl William Morgan yn 1588, fe fu i Esgob Richard Parry a Dr John Davies, Mallwyd, ddiwygio’r cyfieithiad. Y Beibl hwnnw nid y Beibl William Morgan gwreiddiol buom […]

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Hats for Seafarers

The Synod presented over 100 hats to Revd Mark Lawson-Jones, Mission to Seafarers Chaplain in South Wales. Men and women who work at sea can be affected by any number of problems: money worries, mental health issues and loneliness, as well as piracy, shipwreck and abandonment. Many ports have inadequate facilities and the Mission to […]

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Rural Ministries Conference

The next Rural Ministries Regional Conference in Wales is from 10am to 4pm on Saturday 7 March at the Glasdir Conference Centre in Llanwrst. The conference is for anyone with a heart for their community, including clergy, lay leaders and church members. The day costs £20 per person and includes refreshments and a light lunch. To […]

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Divesting from fossil fuels

The United Reformed Church’s National Synod of Wales is the first church body in Wales to end investments in fossil fuel companies. The resolution was passed at the Synod meeting in October 2019. It was proposed by members of Beulah URC in Cardiff, a congregation that decided to divest from fossil fuels in June. “This is […]

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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in 2020 runs from Saturday 18 to Saturday 25 January. This year, the materials have been prepared by the Christian churches in Malta and Gozo (Christians Together in Malta) with the theme of ‘Unusual Kindness’. You can download free resources from Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.

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What do you make of the virgin birth?

What do you make of the virgin birth? Fact or fable? And either way, what is it all about? This December, the URC’s magazine Reform gets to grips with this bit of Christmassy theology. One question, four answers Revd Matt Stone“I once heard a preacher say: “Jesus is not a ‘chip off the old block’. Jesus […]

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Love, Pray, Vote

Resources for the General Election are available from the Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT). In a divisive political atmosphere, JPIT is inviting people to ‘Love, Pray, and Vote’ in the election. As Christians, we can show love in action during this election by thinking about how our voice affects others, and using this opportunity to […]

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