Farewell service for the Archbishop of Wales

By ACNS staff
Posted Jan 30, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] The longest-serving Archbishop in the Anglican Communion, the Most Rev. Barry Morgan, is stepping down this week as leader of the Church in Wales, as he marks his 70th birthday. More than 500 people attended a farewell service at Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff, in celebration and thanksgiving for the contribution made by Morgan during his nearly 14 years as archbishop and 17 as bishop of Llandaff. In his  sermon, Morgan told the congregation it had been an “enormous privilege” to have served them and he thanked people for their support. He, in turn, was thanked warmly for all his ministry and given a standing ovation.

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  1. Barbara Reynolds says:

    Why isn’t the church coming out against our President’s lies and false information. We need to watch his pick for the judiciary. Germany faced the same problems and the clergy and church did nothing. Let us be sensitive to what is happening. The national church should give leadership to the smaller churches.
    Barbara Reynolds, Cookeville, TN 38506.

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