Running for Gaza
Two Vicars from the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon are taking part in this year's Swansea 10k race on 21st September to raise money and awareness for two charities: the…More
Churches Together – Drumming at Gower Show
There was a lot of activity taking place with this year’s Churches Together Gower Show presence. The day began with a short service in the tent followed by a briefing…More
Beginning in September the Diocese are holding a programme of exciting vision events designed for all. They cover a variety of themes which will help us to consider the future…More
My Life My Faith: Sheila Cotterill
My Life My Faith: Sheila Cotterill Sheila is the Manager of Llangasty Retreat House. She was brought up as a Baptist and gradually became an Anglican through singing services as…More
Being a Generous Church . . .
. . . isn’t always about money. It can be about how we share our churches. Peter Brooks, Vicar of the Three Cliffs Benefice, says, “Recently I was challenged to think…More
Our Vision Website Needs Your Vision!
We need the insight of the web-savvy for our web development team We particularly need story-tellers to share what God is doing If this is something that catches your imagination,…More
Diocesan 90th Anniversary Celebration
As part of our celebrations of the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon, a special service was held at the Cathedral to acknowledge and give…More
Ministry Areas Take Shape . . .
A document “Forming Ministry Areas – The Next Steps” is now available here – Ministry Area Brochure Additional copies can also be requested from the Diocesan Centre. It is for everyone…More
Cwmtawe Deanery BBQ
As part of the Cwmtawe Deanery celebrations to mark the 90th Anniversary of the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon the Deanery held a celebration BBQ and Songs of Praise on…More
St David’s church Penllergaer 175th Anniversary
To celebrate the 175th anniversary of St David's Church in Penllegaer we have been looking back at events in Penllegaer over the last year. Last year there was a large Victorian…More