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CHURCH IN THE COMMUNITY

Bringing together the people of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast Parish as we face time apart.

Serving in the parish of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, South Wales.



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Summer Sun

Well Saturday again! So many people will be packing up to go off for holiday in the UK, coronavirus or not. There will excited children...

Friday Night, Quiz Night (and answers!)

Here are your answers to last week's geography and holiday destination quiz! Which tropical Indonesian island, east of Java is a popular...

In awe of the picnic!

Do you know that July marks national picnic month amongst many other things. Now, it is no surprise to celebrate picnics and our love of...

Compline - Wednesday 22nd July 2020.

This Church in Wales order for Compline, compiled by Bishop R.D. Silk, uses traditional material and takes account of developments in the...

Walking with purpose through life.

Facebook5TwitterEmailPinterest9More4 As something different, I was sent this article which might well give us some things to think upon...

Can you feel it?

Yes, the power of touch is huge. Who will you touch today in some way? Do we allow God to touch us? Are we open to God and in periods of...

To hear or not...

Another week and another sense... Today, we are looking at hearing. As one of many who are afflicted with very poor hearing, it isn't...

Sunday worship - 19.07.2020

I am delighted to welcome our ordinand, Ric Gratton, who is leading our worship today: Welcome To You All As We Celebrate The Sixth...

Summer Saturday

I can't help feel sorry for those off on holidays today, after all the lovely weather we have enjoyed throughout a lot of lockdown and...

It's the weekend! Quiz time!

Congratulations to Judy and Sid who were our winners of the two part 'Mega Quiz'! A prize is on its way to you, so well done! So how well...

Blinded by the sight

Who remembers the Magic Eye books? Those optical illusions many poured over for hours, desperate to find the hidden image or message?...

Wednesday 15th July 2020 - Compline

The Felgild Compline This compline was named after the hermit Felgild, who lived in the late seventh century in the Inner Farne. It comes...

Tasty, tasty, very very, tasty!

Today's sense is that of taste. Just think of the many wonderful meals, cakes, drinks, soups etc we enjoy in church. Harvest supper/lunch...

To smell or not!

For most of the next seven days we are going to think about our senses and how they affect and shape our lives. Personally, I find the...

Tweet! tweet!

How are your garden birds doing? Have the babies all fledged or are Mum and Dad still frantically raising another brood? Have you...

A Sunday Stroll

What better way to spend your Sunday afternoon than by enjoying a turn about the garden?! And for a slight change in style and mood, how...

Worship Sunday 12th July 2020

Croeso! Welcome to you all this Sunday morning. Please do make yourself known to me if you are popping in or if I can help in any way....

Gardens galore!

I cannot believe that we are at another Saturday already. I know I say it every week but time is whizzing by and we all agreed about this...

 
Dandelion Leaves

ABOUT

Rhian Prime - Team Vicar

I am a Team Vicar in the Glamorgan Heritage Coast Parish, based in St Athan and working in the communities of Gileston, St Athan and Llanmaes.

I have been working in the Ordained ministry for 33 years, originally in the Methodist Church, but more recently in the Church of Wales. I have also worked for seven years as a hospital chaplain.

The churches of St Giles, St Tathan and St Cattwg are found in the Vale of Glamorgan, in the heart of South Wales. Although I'm a Vale girl, I've spent most of my life journeying around England and Wales with my work in the Church, but two and a half years ago I moved back to the Vale of Glamorgan and took up my current role.

I am married to David and have two adult children and two four-legged friends.