Six women will be telling their stories at a Hearth Project event at St Asaph Cathedral on Friday 16 March.
Volunteers from churches and local groups are supporting the project to provide hospitality to up to ten homeless people in the town.
St Paul’s, Craig-y-Don will be serving simnel cake as well as putting on a musical celebration with harp accompaniment.
Women, Identity and Religion in Wales by Manon Ceridwen James is the first comprehensive study of its kind from a present-day perspective.
Urgent repairs to the roof of St Peter’s in Ruthin, to stop water damage, will begin, thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Controversial Oxford Professor gives talk on national identity at Cardiff event next week
Churches will be among the iconic landmarks in Wales switching off their lights for an hour next weekend to highlight environmental threats
As we celebrate Mothering Sunday this weekend, the Dean of Brecon reflects on what this means.
One mother writes about how this can be a difficult weekend for many
A charity which grew out of a disco at a church hall is going to a cathedral to mark 50 years of helping people with drug problems.