Posts by James Henley

Posts by James Henley

Tuesday (02/06/20)

Here’s today’s Daily Reflection, discussing what Jesus meant when he said, ‘Give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s’, and why it doesn’t mean what you might think, in the light of events in the US in the past week.

TKC Day 03: First Loved

Join us from 9.30am for Saturday’s 10 minute reflection, as we think about how we can recognise God’s love at work in our lives.

Services Cancelled – Covid-19 / Coronavirus Response

Dear all I’m writing to let you know that, on the instruction of the Bishops of the Church in Wales, we are today suspending all our upcoming services, groups and events in the Ministry Area, including Sunday services, until further notice. In addition the Ministry Area Office will be closed to the public during this period. While these steps are necessary to safeguard everyone, in particular those who are most vulnerable, this most certainly does not mean that the ministry…

Gift Day 2019

Dear Friends On Friday 1st November, All Saints’ Day, we are holding our annual gift day to support the work of mission of our four churches across the Ministry Area. This year we are doing something new! Half the money raised will go to our churches, and half to a local cause. Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve invited nominations from you and voting has taken place for our three shortlisted charities. We’re now pleased to announce that our…

Nominate a cause for our Gift Day

Our Annual Ministry Area Gift Day is coming up on Friday 1st November – All Saints’ Day. This year, we’re looking to do something a bit different – we want to give half the money raised away to a local cause. So we’re looking for ideas of who to donate to! The Conditions They must be a local charity working in Cardiff and/or South East Wales (national and international charities won’t be considered, unless the donation can be targeted toward…

The Heart of the Matter

It’s a remarkably common phenomenon that when we, as people, experience intense suffering, it’s precisely then that we often find ourselves reaching out desperately for God. As we approach the final two weeks of Lent — a period often called ‘Passiontide’ because it is the time in the church year when we are drawn to reflect on Jesus’ passion — one of the parts of the passion narrative which is so often glossed over is the Garden of Gethsemane.

[April Fool’s!] Evangelism Funding to transform Cyncoed Church

Subject to final approval, we are delighted that the PCC and Diocese of Monmouth have reached agreement in principle for an ambitious bid to the new Church in Wales Evangelism Fund. The centrepiece of the bid is to fund a complete transformation of All Saints’ Church, Cyncoed Rd, creating a new centre for animal-based mission in South Wales. Pews and other furnishings will be removed to make way for small animal enclosures, and a new animal performance space created which…
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