This Easter, Bishop Gregory wishes you all a joyful celebration of the Paschal feast, and the chance to encounter Jesus in a fresh way.
In his December letter, Bishop Gregory encourages the Church family to find new small moments of being with God this Advent & Christmas
In his February letter, Bishop Gregory urges us to bring light into the world and requests nominations for the Order of St Asaph.
In his first monthly letter of 2017, Bishop Gregory encourages us to make this year a time to take growth seriously.
In his July letter, Bishop Gregory reminds us that we are a diverse community drawn from every background.
Following bomb attacks in Manchester and across the world, Bishop Gregory calls us to witness that love is stronger than hate.
On Ash Wednesday and St David’s Day, Bishop Gregory says both days call us to take the renewal of our discipleship seriously.
In his monthly letter, Bishop Gregory asks what the Church has to say as the country approaches Brexit plus One.
On the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Bishop Gregory encourages us to learn lessons, both good and bad, of the sixteenth century.
Bishop Gregory reflects on the words of St David, Do the Little Things, which is also the theme of this year’s Diocesan Conference.
In his September letter, Bishop Gregory encourages us to remember the example of Saint Aidan.