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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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News and fun for the weekend!

I have some good news! Yes we are all going on holiday for the Bank Holiday weekend. Now I realise we can only go virtually, but it opens...

Ready, Steady, Go! Quiz time!

Hello all and here are the answers to last week's quiz. How did you do? I have just noticed that our copy of this quiz didn't have the...

Friyay!

This week I have been thinking about how many people on their own, whether in isolation or not, might have a pet. These pets are a source...

Thursday

This week has been filled with some sad news in lots of different ways. There have been many deaths and people left grieving and...

Wednesday Compline

This is taken from the Northumbria Community - Ebba Compline for Thursdays. Ebba was the sister of Oswald and Oswy, who were both kings...

Yoga-atta believe it!

Yoga is renowned for being a discipline, or ancient form of exercise that focuses on improving one's strength, flexibility and breathing...

Tuesday Thoughts

When Becky, my daughter was in school she won several prestigious prizes for writing which indeed fuelled her love of writing. One of the...

Monday motivation!

It is another lovely but blustery morning. I have only just come to the study following many calls and a Zoom staff meeting. I am so...

Sunday morning worship

Croeso and welcome to our blog worship today. Our first hymn is The Lord of the Dance + In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of...

From Friday!

I was most grateful when Philip Morris kindly resent his input to me yesterday in a more user friendly form for my limited IT abilities!...

Easter Saturday

Have any of you followed the National theatre productions on Thursday evenings yet? The opera, ballet or concerts on Friday evenings? I...

A miserable day....but it's quiz time!

I have firstly teh answers to last week's quiz. How did you do? QUIZ 2 1.Seen at Birthdays, Christmas, Valentine’s Day – questionable...

Easter Friday

How are you enjoying the bees? I have found another chart which might help you. Today just a few days after we celebrated Easter Sunday...

Easter Thursday

I thought today we should enjoy some nice things and have a smile together. When I worked for Midland Bank, back in the day, we were told...

Compline for Easter Wednesday

(Tuesday – The Cuthbert Compline) Cuthbert, a shepherd lad looking after his flock on the Lammermuir hills, had an angelic vision...

Easter Wednesday

Today, I thought we would share in this poem written by Malcolm Guite who is an Anglican priest. He writes some beautiful poetry and I...

Easter Tuesday

I have heard from a few people over the weekend and although they have celebrated Easter through the various services and blog are...

Easter Monday - Bank Holiday

Did you enjoy a lie in this morning? I did a bit. And very nice it was too! The preparation for Holy week and Easter are many and it is...

Easter Sunday

We have made it. We have travelled all week with Our Lord and have seen high points and low. We have ended up here in a garden and at the...

Easter Sunday Morning Worship

In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Thanks to Ruth for our Easter Day cross so beautifully flowered. Alleluia! Christ...

 
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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.