The Cardiff Bay Lightship

In 1988 the churches in Cardiff were called together by the Cardiff Bay Development Corporation to discuss the role of Christianity in the bay area. The churches were seen as playing an important part in the community and should be involved at the very hub of the new developments. To this end Helwick LV14 was purchased and restoration begun to create a floating Christian Centre.

The Lightship provides a bold central focus for the Churches of Wales and will be home to a centre for counselling, worship, exhibitions, meetings, a book shop, refreshment area and the cabins will be used for small residential stays, especially designed for youth groups.

www.lightship2000.co.uk

The Amelia Methodist Trust

The Amelia Methodist Trust is deliberately centred in the countryside

The Trust seeks to offer a caring Christian environment in which to provide recreational, educational and training opportunities for all

It seeks in particular to serve those who are the most disadvantaged whether physically, materially, spiritually or socially.

www.ameliatrust.org.uk

The Corrymeela Community

Founded in 1965 Corrymeela’s objective has always been, and continues to be, promoting reconciliation and peace-building through the healing of social, religious and political divisions in Northern Ireland. Corrymeela’s history is built upon a committed work with individuals and communities which have suffered through the violence and polarisation of the Northern Irish conflict. Our vision of Christian community and reconciliation has been expressed through a commitment to encounter, interaction and positive relationships between all kinds and conditions of people.

www.corrymeela.org