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every 30 seconds someone becomes a slave

RED community are seeking to make a difference here in Wales through grinding coffee! Manumit offers dignity & hope to survivors of modern slavery through training & employment. Our coffee is roasted by men and women who have suffered horrendous exploitation at the hands of traffickers and modern slave traders but are now rebuilding their lives. At our Cardiff-based Roastery we produce excellent coffee that combats modern slavery on 3 levels: • Sourcing specialty coffee beans from ethical, slavery free suppliers. • Training and employing survivors of modern slavery as coffeeroasters. • Investing all profits in local and international anti-slavery…
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Love Wales look back on great summer of mission

This summer we have had a great series of missions all over Wales with a fantastic response from all the communities they were held in. Missions and evangelistic events head up by Love Wales took place in: Pembroke Dock, Cardigan, Kenfig Hill, Pontypridd, Merthyr Tydfil, Morewelon and Gwalchmai in Anglesey, Llanfairfechan, Gyffin in Conwy and Shine in Swansea.  Thousands of people heard the Gospel through these missions and many people were prayed with for salvation, healing and numerous needs. The Love Wales team are still hearing stories of how people's lives have been changed through what has taken place during this summer.  Love Wales want to say a big thank you very much to…
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Christian Students Across Wales welcome new students to university

Many of us have been there! Our first day at university or dropping you kids of to university for the first time and saying good bye. Praying they will survive the term and not do anything too stupid in the process!  The change of lifestyle can be a massive challenge to many students but it all a time when many students start to explore - some for the first time - the big spiritual questions, Organisations like UCCF, Fusion, and other university based Christian organisaiton alongside 100's of churches gear up to welcome, encourage and support students from the UK and…
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Cardiff Street Pastors - Recruiting New Volunteers

Cardiff Street Pastors are currently recruiting for new street pastors and night base team members.  If you could please advertise this in your church or you know if anyone is interested in joining either teams please ask them to contact Jackie Bradshaw, Street Pastor Coordinator, Tel: 02920 512247; email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . The work of Cardiff Street Pastors continues to go well and every Friday & Saturday night we have teams out in Cardiff City Centre that are able to help many vulnerable people. Here are some statistics taken from our reports for the last 3 months which is a summary of our actions…
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"The Case for Christ" New Movie comes to Showcase

A new movie "The Case for Christ" will be opening at Nantgarw Showcase cinema for three days on Friday 15th, Saturday 16th and Monday 18th September. The film tells the story of atheist and 'Chicago Tribune' journalist Lee Strobel who felt he had lost his wife when she became a Christian. It reenacts his search to find out whether what she believed is true. Lee subsequently became a pastor at Willow Creek Church in Illinois. This is what Film Review Site Rotten Tomatoes says "A hard-driving journalist, Lee Strobel was exactly where he expected to be at work: on top. His award-winning investigative reporting…
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Newport Night Shelter getting ready for a ninth year

This winter will mark 9 years of Newport Nightshelter! During this time they have provided 7886 emergency bed spaces to those who find themselves homeless during the cold winter months. They couldn’t do this without the partnering churches / volunteers – they are grateful to everyone who has been involved with the project. They provide a hot supper and drinks, a warm, safe bed for the night, toiletries, breakfast in the morning, and genuine friendship. Over and above meeting the immediate need for emergency shelter, they try to get to know our guests and tailor the support we offer to their individual needs. This commonly…
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The Sanctuary Newport becomes The Gap

September sees the Sanctuary, Newport and organisation committed to helping and supporting Refugees and Assylum seekers transfer to a new CIO, called The Gap Wales. What they do will remain unchanged; the change is mostly for administrative purposes. They have secured another three years additional funding for the Project Manager's role on a full time basis. We are delighted to welcome the Sanctuary's founder, Mark Seymour, who is joining our staff on a part-time basis from 1st September. He will bring his experience of working in education along with his substantial knowledge of the refugee sector. Sarah Croft will continue in her part-time role, with…
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Beth's story of what happened when she tried alpha!

Alpha is a great oppertunity to find out more about the Christian faith. Have you tried alpha?Beth's youth was filled with worry about fitting in. She stopped her doing a lot of the things she enjoyed for fear they would be seen as uncool. Then one day, a friend invited her to try Alpha. This friend had everything Beth wanted: security, identity and acceptance. Find out what happened to Beth after she tried Alpha watch the video.
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Counties Evangelist continue to serve at Royal Welsh Show

Counties evangelists reported a good turnout at the Royal Welsh Show recently. The witness for Jesus continued at the Show for the 43rd year. A team - led by Counties evangelist Phil Davies - welcomed thousands of people into a hospitality tent at the popular agricultural show. Phil said: "Thousands of folk have come into the tent for a cuppa, some literature, chat or to watch the puppets! We have had a large team working with us from age 14 to over 70 from all across the U.K. and even Poland. This year six Counties families have been involved which…
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Forget Edward I: It’s Pantycelyn’s genius we should be celebrating

An Article written by Aled Gwyn Job on the legacy of a great welshman Every nation seeks to celebrate its own particular genius in various ways, and utilise those celebrations to re-affirm its nationhood, and proclaim its own unique contribution to the world.  Wales has plenty of its own and we’ve just set up a petition calling on the Welsh Government to recognise one of the greatest of them all. It’s a shame that in this Year of Legends the Welsh Government has found £400,000 to shell out on the iron ring celebrating Edward I’s subjugation of Wales, but have not celebrated a…
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