The Senior Spotlight Shines on the Archbishop of Wales
Always searching to bring interesting articles and features for our readers, the Senior Siren team recently interviewed the Archbishop of Wales, The Most Reverend, Dr Barry Morgan (67) for a forthcoming Senior Spotlight featrure in a future edition of the award-winning magazine for older adults.
SCLT volunteer, Jon Williams, travelled to Llandaff Cathedral in the Welsh capital city of Cardiff, to share a chat with the Archbishop, who has held his post since being elected in 2003. He has previously served as the Bishop of Bangor and also holds the conccurrent post of Bishop of Llandaff in addition to his position as the head of the Church in Wales.
During the meeting, in which they we joined by SCLT Chair of Trustees, Ash Jones, the Archbishop discusses his childhood and what lead to his ordination to the clergy in 1972. Dr Morgan touches upon his inspirations, as he has progressed through his life and how he stays energised and active as an older adult.
Interviewer Jon Williams said; "It has been a rare privilage to spend some time with the Archbishop and to have a chance to probe some of his views and memories for the reading pleasure of our Senior Siren regulars. Dr Morgan was an engaging gentlemen and a delight to chat with."
The interview with Dr Morgan will be published in a future edition of the Senior Siren, but until then, please follow the below link to read the latest edition which features an interview with Mr Brain Cumming MBE, a long serving military veteran and currently a Chelsea Pensioner.