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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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Spring has sprung!

Hello, just a beautiful poem forwarded to me this morning and some lovely photographs which show the trees leafing and all the wonders of...

What an amazing world we live in....

Today is another bright and crisp morning, still a bit cool, but we are at the very end of March. As I look into the garden the Horse...

Monday Blues

Well here we are at the start of another week in virtual lockdown, but still with so much we can join in and share. I am thrilled that...

Passion Sunday Reflection: 29.03.2020

Today the fifth Sunday in Lent is known as Passion Sunday, Judica Sunday or Carling Sunday to name a few. So we shall listen and join in...

People stayed at home and......

"And the people stayed home. And read books, and listened, and rested, and exercised, and made art, and played games, and grew gardens...

March days.

I was delighted this morning to receive this gorgeous photo and some words of prose from Di. Thank you for sharing these. It is uplifting...

Clap for all those who care.

Does everyone know about 'Clap for Carers' at 8pm tonight? Everyone is encouraged to go into their garden, or stand at their front door,...

Not a good day!

Sue has sent this poem on and it seems most appropriate to how people may be feeling. It is ok to feel angry, upset, awkward about...

Feeling out of control?

When I was on the phone yesterday someone said to me that they felt totally out of control and that choices and freedom had been...

Night Prayer - The Felgild Compline

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

Smile inspiration!

I have had these two items sent to me this week and have had a smile at them and hope you will too. It is important although we are...

Just enjoy!

This is a rather nice opportunity to stop and rest as we enjoy. Things are pressurised now but we are being slowed down just as the...

"Lockdown" poem - unknown

I was sent this poem to share on the blog today. It is anonymous and from an unknown source, but was sent by Jeanne, who in turn received...

A way to go!

These days it feels as if we are getting so many rules, restrictions and limitations in our daily lives. We often see these as being...

Sunday Reflection: 22.02.2020

This feels as strange to me as I am sure it might to you. I am not used to trying to prepare worship on a blog – a reflection, music and...

Stop for a cuppa!

Take time with your cup of tea today to enjoy this piece of Schubert: I have received this today and am sharing sharing it as requested....

 
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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.