Revd Dafydd Andrew Jones considers the standard and content of the discussions about the Covenanting proposals.
We wish a very happy belated birthday to Mrs Nancy James from Pontarddulais, who celebrated her hundredth birthday on Good Friday.
Dafydd Andrew Jones asks why there is disaffection with the Church structure and explains why this structure is so important.
The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Wales says that the meaning of Easter is self-giving love – love which puts others first.
The Presbyterian Church of Wales has transferred £226,585.08 to Christian Aid as a result of our ¡Viva Guatemala! appeal.
Is overseas mission imperialistic? This is the question Dafydd Andrew Jones is asking as he returns from visiting our daughter church in Mizoram, India.
Revd Dafydd Andrew Jones considers what the Church can learn from the Welsh rugby team.
PCW members are invited to respond to an informal consultation on the Church's shape and structure. Following a review of the Church's present structure, a review panel has prepared a consultation document which suggests a possible new pattern for the way the Connexion's work is structured.
Today, St David's Day, Welsh Church leaders come together to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the publication of the New Welsh Bible (Y Beibl Cymraeg Newydd) and the completion of the new version of the Bible online on the beibl.net website.
The disturbing news of the UK’s loss of its AAA Credit Rating struck over the last week end and led to much political analysis and debate. Politics and economic implications aside, it emphasises the seriousness of our national economic situation, our credit-worthiness and our prospects for the future.