CAP Monthly Column – August 2019

Top tips for the school term ahead Getting children ready for their first day back at school can come with lots of challenges. The retail sector’s massive marketing campaigns, with shops full of ‘back to school’ merchandise, try to make us feel we have to buy everything new – but that’s not necessarily the case…. Read more »

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Caldicot Food Bank has been served an eviction notice on its warehouse

For the last four and a half years Caldicot Food Bank have been ‘Peppercorn Rent’ tenants of the Aneurin Bevan NHS Trust. We’ve paid no rent, no community charge/commercial rates, no service charge for the likes of electricity and water, and no insurance on this property.  When we moved in we were told they couldn’t… Read more »

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New Vice-President

Pleasure, piety and politics – the new Vice-President sets out his framework for a Chris At the beginning of his year in office as Vice-President of the Methodist Conference, Professor Clive Marsh, set out how life-experience can be contained in the relationship between pleasure, piety and politics. In addition, this framework can be used to… Read more »

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President of the Conference

New President of the Conference calls for confidence in telling the story of God to a fractured world The Revd Dr Barbara Glasson In an address on Saturday to the Conference outlining the theme for her Presidential year,  ‘So what’s the story…?’, the Revd Dr Barbara Glasson used stories from her own life and ministry… Read more »

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Easter Message from Rev Gordon Gresswell – “He is risen!”

Holy week encapsulates life so much. The triumph of the entry; controversy; a meal with friends; arrest; death; Risen! The ups-and down’s of life seen through the life, death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.   Holy week, for me, moved quickly from Palm Sunday to my 57 year old cousin’s funeral on the… Read more »

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