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Local churches changing nations

New Wine Cymru is a movement of leaders and churches working together to see Wales transformed by the person, message and power of Jesus Christ.

As the leadership the leadership of New wine Cymru, we make this statement :

We are appalled and disturbed with the abhorrent treatment and consequent death of George Floyd in the USA . In addition, we are deeply saddened from the abhorrence of perpetuated and ‘ongoing’ discrimination that the BAME community continue to live with in the UK. We want to be clear that this is unacceptable to us. We believe every person is made in the image of God and therefore should be treated with equity, dignity and honour’
We are equal but diverse and are better because of the diversity that exits amongst us.’
We must be the change we want to see and create the change we want to live in. We can all pray God’s Kingdom to come and His will to be done on earth, in our towns and the places where we do life every day. We can all speak out and stand up for the dignity and equity of every human being whenever we see racism rear its ugly head. This may be to our children as a parent, to a member of our own household, to a friend over a coffee or a neighbour having a conversation over the fence or at the front door, a work colleague, speaking collectively as one voice to Government and institutions in our land or to our own hearts! We can all make a stand. We urge all to informed regarding the extend of discrimination with our society, play our part and help create the change.


West Valleys Leaders' Day

September 15 @ 10:00 am
Nation Changers Church 

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East Valleys Leaders' Day

September 15 @ 10:00 am
Gateway Church, Abergavenny 

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