Bishop Gregory wants our land to be alive in mystery and otherness and welcomes a number of new appointments
Bishop Gregory wishes us Happy St Andrew’s Day and encourages us to mark the Day of Prayer for Refugees on 10th December
As the Diocese celebrates Candlemas, Bishop Gregory asks in his Ad Clerum if we will shine with the light of Christ in our communities?
Bishop Gregory reflects on Epiphany and Jesus’ first miracle of turning water into wine during the wedding in Cana in his January Ad Clerum
Bishop Gregory encourages us to be honest about doubt and thank God for his mercy and faithfulness which are renewed day by day.
In his Ad Clerum, Bishop Gregory talks about prayer and the opportunities within the Diocese for us to develop our prayer lives.
Bishop Gregory encourages us to remember the dead in our prayers.
Bishop Gregory is convinced the Church needs to develop a living koinonia – a fellowship or sharing together – to witness to modern society.
As we celebrate Easter, Bishop Gregory asks in his Ad Clerum are we opening ourselves to blossom in the light of Christ.
Bishop Gregory reflects on the Power of Prayer Conferences in his Ad Clerum and asks us to join him in praying his Lent prayer each night.
On the eve of the General Election, Bishop Gregory reminds us of our democratic duty to vote and asks us to pray for our politicians.
Bishop Gregory calls us to pray for the Church in Wales Governing Body this month