PCW churches are invited to take part in an exciting new pilot scheme which aims to build on the success of Back to Church Sunday.
Moderator Reverend Dafydd Andrew Jones discusses whether it is time to think seriously of a world based on self-giving love rather than fear and asks what we can learn from Sir Alex Ferguson.
Christian Aid Week (12-18 May 2013 www.caweek.org ), Britain’s longest running door-to-door fundraising week, will this year be urging the British public to ‘bite back at hunger’ and ask why, in a world where there is a enough food for everyone, 1 in 8 people go to bed hungry every night?
Reverend Dafydd Andrew Jones considers the meaning of 'prophetic witness'.
Someone who is very familiar with Guatemala has thanked PCW memberes and friends for raising money towards the ¡Viva Guatemala! appeal. According to Reinaldo Plascencia, who is a project manager for Christian Aid in the Central America region, the money raised will provide a significant boost to the projects receiving Christian Aid support.
The group responsible for organising progressive worship and praise in PCW is searching for ideas for holding modern worship or other events in your area.
Are there young people (or a young person!) in your church who want to learn more about mission? The PCW has been invited to nominate two young people between the ages of 16 and 19 to take part in the 2013 Exploration Project being held by CWM Europe this summer.
The Moderator of the General Assembly, Revd Dafydd Andrew Jones, congratules Cardiff City FC, considers recent events in the Association in the East and talks about the continuing atrocities in Syria.
Aled G. Jôb, an elder from Felinheli, writes about Time To Change Wales, a new campaign against the stigma still associated with mental health problems.
Carys Humphreys, the Presbyterian Church of Wales’ only foreign missionary, has thanked the Women’s Department for their support for a unique and special ministry.