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Video on the work of the Gordon Roberts Hospital in Shillong
The Presbyterian Church of Wales is the focus of this year's CWM Europe Sunday. CWM Europe, our partners in mission, have collected stories of hope from PCW workers to share with other churches in the European Region. We hope the other CWM Europe member churches will use the resource so we can pray and support each other in mission.
The Middle East needs our prayers and support. Christian Aid are holding Emergency Appeals to respond to the desperate and growing humanitarian situation in Gaza, Iraq and Syria.
The General Secretary of the PCW and leaders of other Welsh churches are calling for a an immediate ceasefire in Gaza and for humanitarian help for civilians. In a joint letter to the Welsh media, they express their concern for the security of Israeli and Palestinian civilians and condemn the escalating violence.
On Saturday 12 July a day was held for the elders of the Association in the North in Capel Tegid, Bala. Around 50 elders came together to enjoy a presentation and workshop on worship led by Revd Huw John Hughes; a talk entitled 'Why remember? Why Celebrate?' by Dr Rhidian Griffiths, Aberystwyth; and an introduction to the new elders' handbook by Revd Dr Elwyn Richards.
The latest news, live from the General Assembly at the Arts Centre, Aberystwyth.
The new Moderator of the General Assembly has said that the Church should concentrate on the bare essentials of making disciples. Neil Kirkham, minister of Gloddaeth United Church in Llandudno and Llandudno Junction Presbyterian Church, was installed Moderator in the Church's General Assembly in Aberystwyth last night.
The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Wales has asked "Why do you stand looking into heaven?" in his valedictory address tonight (Tuesday July 8). At the denomination's General Assembly at the Arts Centre, Aberystwyth, Revd Trefor Lewis said that merely looking toward heaven in hope will not suffice.
The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Wales has reiterated its support for the continuation of collective worship in schools following a statement to the contrary by the National Governers' Association (England).