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

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British Isles tour, day 4 - Wales

Wales Wales is a country in the South West of Great Britain known for its rugged coastline, mountainous national parks, distinctive Welsh...

British Isles tour, day 3 - Ireland

Ireland What comes to your mind? Famous for: Guiness, shamrocks, Westlife, potatoes, the Nolans, leprechauns, Ryanair, Primark (as...

Sunday worship 10th May 2020

Croeso and welcome to our worship this fifth Sunday of Easter. Do if possible, let me know where you are following this from either on...

British Isles tour, day 2 - Scotland

Scotland Well, we have arrived in Bonny Scotland and it is a first for me. Despite living so comparatively close to Scotland when we...

British Isles tour, day 1 - England

Well, we are off on our virtual holiday for a few days to England, Scotland, Ireland and finally home again to Wales. Yes we know it is...

Thursday 7th May 2020

Mother Julian of Norwich's feast day is tomorrow, when we travel virtually with the blog on our few days holiday and when we recall V.E...

Compline on Wednesday

Aidan came to Lindisfarne from Iona in the year 635 at the invitation of King Oswald. He was a man of deep prayer who meditated on the...

Wednesday 6th May 2020

On Sunday 10th May 2020, it is the start of Christian Aid week. The week runs from the 10th to the 16th May. I know Christian Aid week is...

Tuesday 5th May 2020

I am hugely grateful to Dilwen who sent me these lines last week. I don't know where she found them or indeed if they are her own, but...

Mad Monday

We have shared before, the importance of being able to laugh, smile and enjoy some fun and banter. It is hugely important every day for...

Sunday Worship 3rd May2020

Croeso and welcome to our worship this fourth Sunday of Easter. + In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit AMEN...

Saturday catch up!

I thought you might enjoy this cello piece after so many comments about the talented Piano Guys. I am grateful to Becky for sourcing this...

FRIDAY QUIZ RESULTS AND NEW CHALLENGE!

How did you find last week's quiz? I am sure you are keeenly awaiting the answers. Did you enjoy Jodie's bra quiz? Answers to quiz 4: Bra...

Friday again.....

I thought you might like this little poem which Liz has sent me. I think its words ring true to all of us, women or men as we feel our...

Claps on Thursday

How many of you go outside or through an open window and clap for the NHS and keyworkers on a Thursday evening at 8:00? Some streets have...

Wednesday Compline

An Order for Night Prayer (Compline) Wednesday, 29 April 2020 Catherine of Siena, Teacher of the Faith, 1380 [Lesser Festival]...

Wednesday

Does your garden enjoy the rain we have had and will continue to have, I believe. I thought goody, I won't need to water later! But...

Talent... a matter of perspective

It is time for all those Easter houses to be photographed and sent back to me. I have so far had one entry only so do chase the...

A Call to Arms

Well, what a change in the weather from yesterday. It is grey and chilly and apparently rain from tonight for the week ahead, but just...

Sunday worship 26th April 2020

+ In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit AMEN Alleluia! Christ is risen, He is risen indeed. Alleluia! Our...

 
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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.