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‘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’).

Home Ministry Area Support Church Buildings National Maintenance Week Campaign

National Maintenance Week Campaign

National Maintence Week schedule. Day 1 is roofs, day 2 is churchyards, day 3 is walls, day 4 is windows, day 5 is fire and security, day 6 is equipment, day 7 is doors, day 8 is gutters

For every day of National Maintenance Week (20th-27th November) we're publishing videos and resources on our social media accounts on one aspect of church maintenance under the hashtag #MinistryMaintenance. We're co-running the campaign alongside our friends at Monmouth Diocese, so be sure to follow both accounts to see all of the helpful tips and tricks you need to know to keep our special places thriving.

Our churches are most than just buildings, they're spaces where we worship, come together, reflect, praise, celebrate and find peace. Caring for them is one way we practice stewardship.

We're going to be showing you the small and simple steps we can all take better care of them, as well as highlighting issues for you to check. Make sure to be following us on socials and check back in on this page next weekend for the resources!

Get involved

Use the #MinistryMaintenance hashtag to show us how you're caring for churches.

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Helpful Videos

Check out our playlist of over 7 videos, each giving quick tips & tricks to upkeeping in one aspect of church maintenance:

Playlist in English

Playlist in Welsh