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Posts from October 2020

Llandaff Matters newsletter 30 October 2020

Llandaff Matters is a weekly newsletter. To join the mailing list and keep up to date with news and events from across the Diocese, click here. This week the newsletter includes: Remembrance 2020 Every year the nation unites in commemorating Remembrance Sunday. Owing to Covid-19, services and acts of commemoration will look different this year. However, despite…

Llandaff Matters newsletter – 23 October 2020

Llandaff Matters is a weekly newsletter. To join the mailing list and keep up to date with news and events from across the Diocese, click here. This week the newsletter includes: Wales enters a firebreak lockdown from 6pm Friday 23 October until Monday 9 November. Church in Wales has updated their guidance which includes advice on…

Llandaff Matters newsletter 16 October 2020

Llandaff Matters is a weekly newsletter. To join the mailing list and keep up to date with news and events from across the Diocese, click here. Here are two highlights from this week’s newsletter: Anti-Slavery Day 2020 Sunday 18 October: How will you get involved? Anti-Slavery Day provides an opportunity to raise awareness of human trafficking…

World Mental Health Day – 10 October

October 10th marks World Mental Health Day. This is an opportunity for us to talk about something that has, in times past, been an uncomfortable topic of conversation: Mental Health. Mental health is something that affects us all; because we all have a mind, and all experience the ups and downs and strengths and challenges…

Llandaff Matters newsletter 2 October 2020

Click here to read this week’s Llandaff Matters newsletter. Autumn is in the air as we share our first Harvest prayer video and a Harvest themed reflection from Fr Mark Broadway. Catch up with Bishop June’s Diocesan Conference address and find out more about plans to complete our Ministry Area implementation. In our Season 1…

Parish magazine October 2020

Here we are at Harvest Festival – a time of celebration, but more muted this year as we find ourselves in a second lockdown locally! This time, it doesn’t feel quite so unsettling, maybe because we’ve been there before and also as the restrictions are a little less severe. At least we’ll still be able to…