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Future of Church in Wales discussed in two debates

by Gavin Drake

Posted: 02 May 2014 @ 12:14

THE future of the Church in Wales was the subject of two separate debates at the Governing Body (GB) meeting.

Members heard a progress report about the 2020 Vision initiative seeking a reimagined Church in Wales; and, later, agreed to support the continued development of a unity scheme - the Church Uniting in Wales - incorporating Methodist, Presbyterian, United Reformed, and Baptist Churches alongside the Church in Wales.

A key aspect of the 2020 vision, prepared by a panel ...

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