Category Archives: Ynys Mon

The great feast: fourteenth day

Today is filled with a mixture of things: administration, visiting, dog at the vet and Anglesey Synod discussing equal marriage this evening. I love visiting people in their homes. I find a conversation far easier to have than at Y … Continue reading

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there was evening and morning: the first year

A year ago on Sunday (22nd February 2014), I stood in front of the Bishop of Bangor and was given the responsibility of working with him to lead the Bro Cybi Ministry Area. Time has flown. It was more of … Continue reading

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The great feast: third day

Yesterday, I spent well over an hour chatting with two first language Welsh speakers. I am a Welsh learner. I am still at the entry level really. I probably caught about 40% of what was said, and could by the … Continue reading

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Islands and Estates

Here I am. On Ynys Mon. Sheffield born and bred. Life spent on estates in Sheffield, Gateshead, London, Gloucester, Maryport and Birmingham. I cannot believe in some ways that I am so settled. I caught a glimpse of this church … Continue reading

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