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Wales

In 2015 we gathered together pastors from our churches across Wales to discuss how FIEC can best serve the gospel across the country.

Discussions focused on the unique challenges of ministering in a country which is predominantly rural and has its own language. It became clear that people in North Wales are more likely to look to the North-West of England than South Wales for their church connections and that particular challenges exist in Mid-Wales which is extremely rural.

We are now working with pastors in Wales to take on some of the lessons learnt from our time together.

You can read a report from the consultation and below is a video of delegates talking about their encouragements from our time together.

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