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‘Bishop’ comes from the Greek word for ‘overseer’. So a bishop is a senior Christian minister authorised to have oversight for God’s people. As well as duties given to deacons and priests, bishops confirm and ordain.


‘Diocese’ refers to the geographical territory in which a bishop exercises oversight. The Church in Wales is divided into six dioceses each with its own cathedral in which is housed the cathedra (the bishop’s ‘chair’ or ‘throne’).


‘Evangelion’ means ‘good news’. Evangelism is about sharing the good news of Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection in the hope that others may come to believe in and follow Jesus.

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For all enquires, please contact the Diocesan Office

Email: diocese.llandaff@churchinwales.org.uk

Tel: 01656 868868

The Court, Coychurch, Bridgend, CF35 5EH

Office opening hours are Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm

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Yearbook 2021

Image of the front page of the Diocesan Yearbook 2020

Your essential Diocesan who's who guide.

Includes contact details for Clergy, Readers, Church Wardens, Schools, Chaplains, Area Deans and Diocesan Officers.

Information about Diocesan Boards and Committees is also included.

Published March 2021