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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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Sound

Last week whilst amongst other things, the road around the Monument on the "concrete" road was being resurfaced each evening for three...

Spring is about to spring!

Tomorrow is the first day of Spring so I thought we could celebrate it, just a tad early! We have arrived in Leeds this morning and we...

An "English" trip with Sue Moll

A brief Pageant of English Verse I won’t arise and go now, and go to Innisfree, I’ll sanitise the door knob and make a cup of tea. I...

Compline - Wednesday 17th March 2021

From the Community of the Tree of Life in Leicester The Community of the Tree of Life is a House of Prayer and residential Christian...

St Patrick

Today is the feast day (March 17) of St Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. He was born in Roman Britain in the late 4th century, and...

Jackdaws - Penny Snowden

In our villages and towns in the Glamorgan Heritage Coast parish we live in the company of jackdaws. They are much associated with church...

Welsh Wanderings

I thought we would suck up some culture on our day out today. We are starting at St Fagan's which I am sure many of you have visited many...

HELP!

If we are in need we might well ring 999 and ask for whatever emergency service we require. I know when we had the fire at the Rectory...

Putting on a brave face

I think, generally, that we all try and put on a brave face, but then it can all get too much as well. We want to be positive as...

Mother's Union - Penny Snowden

What’s the point of MU? The badge sums up what we stand for - the cross and an image of the world. It does what it says on the tin. So...

 
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.