Mewn Sgwrs | Yn gynharach eleni, cyhoeddwyd llyfr newydd gan Archddiacon Meirionnydd, yr Hybarch Andrew Jones, Mary – A gospel witness to transfiguration and liberation. Mewn sgwrs fideo ag Esgob Bangor – y Gwir Barchedig Andy John – maent yn trafod llyfr Archddiacon Andrew yn ogystal â rôl Mair heddiw. Cyhoeddir llyfr Archddiacon Andrew gan Gymrodoriaeth Darllen y Beibl, a chewch ragor o wybodaeth yma.
In Conversation | Earlier this year, the Archdeacon of Meirionnydd – the Venerable Andrew Jones – published his new book Mary – A gospel witness to transfiguration and liberation. In this video converation with the Bishop of Bangor – the Right Reverend Andy John – they discuss Archdeacon Andrew’s book and the role of Mary today. Archdeacon Andrew’s book is published by the Bible Reading Fellowship, and more information can be found here.
Becoming a Learning Church | As Christians in the Diocese of Bangor, we can trace our history back to holy men and women who founded communities of prayer and service across the diocese as early as the fifth century. These early Celtic saints – Deiniol, Cybi, Seiriol, Tudwen, Madryn, and many others – are still commemorated in the names of our churches, towns and villages. A millennium and a half later, our mission hasn’t changed – to respond to the call of Jesus by becoming a Learning Church, to witness to our faith by word and action, and to reach out to all people with the good news of the Kingdom of God. As part of our commitment to being a Learning Church, we’ve recently restructured our parishes to form new Ministry Areas, and we’re investing in leadership, collaboration, learning and outreach. These are exciting, demanding, energising times.