Motions to Annual meetings

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  CARDIFF ARMS FAIR We note with sadness that a war weapons fair was held in Cardiff on 28 March this year.  We deplore that Cardiff City Council has supported this venture turning the capital city of our country into a market for buying and selling goods which destroy the lives of the poor people… Read more »

Places of Worship Survey

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Supporting Places of Worship in Wales Survey 2017 You are invited to take part in a short survey about your place of worship. Organised by the National Churches Trust, the survey is aimed at people who look after churches, chapels and meeting houses across Wales. Your participation will help us to identify the current and… Read more »

Union President’s Easter Message

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Only the love of God can cleanse the world of the poisonous hatred manifested at its most horrific in the use of chemical weapons, said Glyn Williams, President of the Union of Welsh Independents in his Easter message. “Although chemical weapons are banned under the Geneva Protocol, chemicals like Sarin are still being used to kill… Read more »

Reacting to Article 50

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In response to the triggering of Article 50, a Working Party that represents Christian churches and denominations that are members of Cytûn: Churches Together in Wales has announced a list of principles which they say should be the foundation of the UK’s negotiating stance. These include protecting the status and rights of children and young… Read more »

New Year’s Message

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FAILED FOOTBALL MANAGERS POCKET MILLIONS, WHILE CARE WORKERS GET PEANUTS. Paying sacked football managers millions of pounds in compensation, while essential workers like carers struggle on low wages, is a dismal reflection on society’s values, says the Revd Jill-Hailey Harries, Vice-president of the Union of Welsh Independent Churches, in her New Year’s Message.  “Thousands of… Read more »