The diocese is producing a series of short videos on the theme of vocation

The series shows the lives and work of people in all the diverse forms of ministry in our diocese to illustrate how they came to be where they are, and how their journeys in faith  are unfolding.

In so doing, we hope that they may shed some light on what God’s call might mean for others…like you?

Music = Ministry: the organist at St Mary’s Church, Fishguard, explains the importance of music to his faith and describes the ministry of welcome that he and the congregation conduct to visitors from far and wide

Award-winning actress Rhian Morgan describes how Welsh-language worship was re-introduced at St Teilo’s Church, Llandeilo, in conversation with fellow Worship Leader Rob Jones

Watch this video with English sub-titles

A Passage to Carmarthen: Shirley Murphy charts her passage from southeast India to southwest Wales, a path which has led her to training for the priesthood


A Family Affair: Richard Davies’ family have been part of the Pembrokeshire village community of Little Newcastle for over 300 years. Today, in retirement, he is continuing the tradition. But it wasn’t always an easy journey…

Comparing Notes: Church Warden Hannah Karpaty and Worship Leader Sophie Whitmarsh swap stories from their very different paths to faith and lay ministry

Buns, Biscuits & Bibles: Sue & Terry Reeves’ Bryngwyn Ministry

2+2=4: Follow Emma Whittick from maths doctorate to ministry as a Deacon in the Church in Wales

Emma was ordained priest in June 2016 and continues her work as Chaplain to the Lampeter campus of the University of Wales Trinity St David

Revd Ian Girling is Vocations Adviser Co-ordinator for the diocese. He describes how he got there, and how he now guides others who feel God’s call.

Ian retired in January 2017

J-D Laurence describes his journey from city financier to parish priest.

Since making this video, J-D has been appointed Team Vicar in the Rectorial Benefice of Aberystwyth, with responsibility for At Anne’s, Penparcau, and St Llwchaiarn’s, Llanychaern

We will post notifications of new additions to our library on the home page of this website as and when they become available.

They will be available to view online or as a free download. They will also be found on popular video sharing sites YouTube and Vimeo