Does fair trade work? Can I really make a difference? Should I buy fair trade? The answer to these questions is yes! Yes! And YES! With funding from the Welsh Government, through Hub Cymru Africa, Fair Do’s/Siopa Teg has worked closely with some producers of the goods it […]
It’s 11th November. What am I remembering today? I remember … The sacrifice of countless men and women in two world wars and many other conflicts since … Those who were physically, spiritually or mentally scarred by war, though not directly involved in it … Those who, through war, lost their homes, their livelihoods, their […]
Wales : A Multi-Cultural Nation The first in a series of events orgainsed by the Cardiff Bay Ecumenical Chaplaincy addressing issues of faith and community in contemporary Wales. ‘Wales : A multi-Cultural Nation’ will explore what is the Wales we hope for and want for all its people. It will be held on 24th November at the Pierhead […]
Songbirds is the only choir for lesbian, bisexual and trans women in Wales. They are holding an open rehearsal at the United Reformed Church in Cardiff to give people an opportunity to experience a regular choir practice to see if it’s something they might enjoy. The choir supports the work of Stonewall by providing a safe, […]
This Sunday we welcome Mr Huw Thomas of Christian Aid Cardiff who will be leading worship and speaking to us at a soup lunch about his work with Christian Aid. Worship starts at 10.30 with a soup lunch following, all are welcome to attend.
On the last weekend of Raf’s time with us in Cardiff she held a concert with Cathy in the Sanctuary!
Worship this Sunday from 10.30 am led by Revd Stephen Best. All are welcome.
On a hill far away. by the Revd Ken Graham Aberfan A series of white arches above the mining town of Aberfan mark the graves of children who were among the 116 who died when fifty years ago a slurry slid down the hillside on their school as they were at their lessons. Aleppo Today […]
This Sunday we welcome Revd Sally Thomas, Ecumenical Officer for the United Reformed Church Wales, who will be leading worship from 10.30 am
Revd Paul Ballard (Cardiff University) joins the Cardiff Adult Christian Education Centre on Friday 21st October 2016, 7.30 pm to reflect and discuss the events of the Aberfan Disaster and the fifty years since.