Beulah URC in Rhiwbina, Cardiff, has applied for the renewal of the Green Flag Award from Keep Wales Tidy for its community garden, after its first award in 2020. The small community garden is cared for by members of Beulah URC and is open daily to members of the public. It nestles behind Canolfan Beulah […]
In 2022 safeguarding training offered by the Synod is being refreshed and updated. Our goal is that safeguarding training will: equip you to create a church culture that is safer for all inform you about safeguarding issues relevant to your context alert you to statutory safeguarding requirements enable you to respond appropriately This month, we […]
Restrictions from 26th December 2021 From this Sunday, 6.00am on the 26th December 2021, Wales will move back into a version of Alert Level 2 restrictions. Churches and community buildings can remain open, however, the implications for churches and community buildings are: Two-metre social distancing is again a legal obligation for all organisers of activities. […]
As we start the New Year, it’s a good time to reflect on what we want our church communities to look like in the coming months. How do we ensure that our churches and Synod are emotionally healthy – a place where everyone can thrive? Here are some questions to ask: Do we as a […]
The Synod Office will close at 5pm on Thursday 23 December and reopen at 9.30am on Tuesday 4 January 2022. Wishing you a very merry Christmas and a joyful New Year! With best wishes from the Synod Team, Simon, Claire, Chris, Diana, Gaynor, Helen, Jason, Joel, Judy, Martin, Meg, and Stephen.
The United Church in Rhyl gave 250 Advent Boxes to a local school, Ysgol Bryn Hedydd. Packed full of festive activities, the boxes invite children and their families to explore the Christmas story. Some pupils took their boxes home, others are exploring them in their classes at school, but all are abuzz with the excitement […]