First ‘clergy school’ in five years for vicars across St Asaph diocese

MORE than 80 clergy from across the Diocese of St Asaph have gone back to school. 

The Clergy School Conference, ‘Making the Journey Happen’, includes keynote speakers focusing on ideas of pilgrimage and leadership.

It is the first Diocese of St Asaph Clergy School since 2017, having been cancelled several times due to Covid.

Ahead of the conference, the Bishop of St Asaph, the Rt Revd Gregory Cameron said: “Being residential together, sharing the Eucharist and daily prayers, eating meals, enjoying each other’s company, are sure ways to bind us together in the cords of fellowship, and to uncover a common understanding of how God is shaping our family. It can and should be challenging, inspirational and fun.”

Clergy School is taking place over three days at The Hayes Christian Conference in Swanwick in Derbyshire. Today is the last day (November 17. 

The Diocese of St Asaph is one of the six dioceses of the Church in Wales, an autonomous province of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

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