The Diocese of St Asaph has been awarded the status of “Working to become a Dementia Friendly Diocese” by the Alzheimer’s Society.
An anti-slavery event in St Asaph Cathedral on 28 October will help delegates spots signs of slavery in their communities.
North Wales’ LGBTQIA+ community will be joined by politicians, police and council representatives for Coming out of the Shadows.
The Order of St Asaph was launched in 2013 to celebrate the contribution made by lay people to the work of the Diocese.
The Bishop of St Asaph has presented a cheque of £900 to Ysgol Llanddoged near Llanwrst.
To mark Interfaith week, Fr Dean Atkins describes an event for ‘young, free and religious’ people held at multicultural Cardiff Bay
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Pray poppies are at the heart of one school’s powerful commemoration
A national service will be held at Brecon Cathedral on December 2 and tickets are available
Members of more than 14 different Christian traditions committed to greater unity to mark the 500th anniversary of church division.