In Swansea he held curacies at St Peter's Church (1965–1967) and at the Church of St Mary and the Holy Trinity (1967–1974), before being appointed vicar of Llwynderw in 1974 - a position he held until 1992. He was then chaplain of Singleton Hospital (1980-1995), Secretary of the Diocesan Conference (1991-1995) and Diocesan Director of Education (1992-1999).
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