Welcome to Church Schools Cymru!

Every Diocese is committed to ensuring that each of its schools should be a special place, a safe place, a place of learning, a place of nurture and of exploration. A school must demonstrate openness and acceptance, tolerance and forgiveness. Here, values and attitudes are formed and every individual is celebrated as unique.

A Church School is all of these things, but also develops a distinctive Christian character through its religious education, collective worship and ethos, that makes God's love and presence known to the world.

Verse of the Day

Since we have these promises, beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from every defilement of body and spirit, bringing holiness to completion in the fear of God. 2 Corinthians 7:1

Prayer of the Day

We remember and bring before you, O Lord all the people who learn, work and worship at Ysgol Iau Maesincla.

CSC News

[14/03/18 09:12] - Schools Worker Vacancy with Trobwynt Trust
[20/04/16 11:42] - CRAMP forms

Other Church News

[23/03/18 16:52] - Lambeth Palace gathering to strengthen religious liberty as Commonwealth leaders meet
[23/03/18 14:41] - Archbishop of Canterbury’s “relationships” task group plans Season of Repentance and Prayer
[23/03/18 12:21] - Ride on, ride on in Majesty!
[23/03/18 08:40] - Faith leaders discuss gender justice at UN Commission on the Status of Women side-event
[22/03/18 12:45] - Priest in same-sex marriage loses legal challenge over bishop’s “discriminatory” response
[22/03/18 09:25] - Episcopal-owned university revokes disgraced journalist Charlie Rose’s honorary degree
[22/03/18 08:49] - Anglican Church of Southern Africa seeks to “act more effectively” to abuse allegations
[21/03/18 14:47] - Domestic abuse happens in churches too: new research highlights churchgoers’ experience
[21/03/18 13:07] - Archbishop of Canterbury gives evidence to Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse
[21/03/18 11:11] - Fire-ravaged home for girls in Jamaica re-opens in time for 100th anniversary


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