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Goruchwylio


Mae sawl pwyllgor esgobaethol a thaleithiol sydd â mandad cyfansoddiadol yn rhannu goruchwyliaeth yr esgobaeth a'r Eglwys yng Nghymru yn genedlaethol.


Cyngor yr Esgobaeth

Mae Cyngor yr Esgobaeth yn gyfrifol am strategaeth ac adnoddau esobaethol, gan gwmpasu Bwrdd Cyllid yr Esgobaeth, Ymddiriedolaeth Esgobaeth Bangor a Phwyllgor Sefydlog Cynhadledd yr Esgobaeth.

Aelodaeth

  • Cyd-Gadeirydd: Esgob Bangor
  • Cyd-Gadeirydd Lleyg: Hywel Parry-Smith
  • Archddiaconiaid: Yr Hyb. Andrew Jones, yr Hyb. Mary Stallard, yr Hyb. Andy Herrick
  • Is-Gadeirydd Clerigol Synodau: Y Parchg Ganon Emlyn Williams
  • Is-Gadeirydd Lleyg Synodau: Wenda Owen, Sandra Ward, Geoffrey Howard
  • Hyd at 4 aelod arall: Y Parchg Richard Wood, y Parchg Pam Odam, y Parchg David Parry, y Parchg Jon Price 

Pwllgorau Eiddo'r Esgobaeth

Pwyllgor Ymgynghori’r Esgobaeth, Pwyllgor Eglwysi a Bugeiliol yr Esgobaeth, Bwrdd Persondai’r Esgobaeth

Y pwyllgorau sy’n cynghori a phenderfynu ar faterion eiddo esgobaethol (gan gynnwys Hawlebau a cheisiadau grant), ac sy’n derbyn Cynlluniau Datblygu Eiddo yr Ardaloedd Gweinidogaeth.

Aelodaeth

  • Archddiaconiaid: Yr Hyb. Andrew Jones, yr Hyb. Mary Stallard, yr Hyb. Andy Herrick
  • Aelodau o Gyngor yr Esgobaeth: Yr Hyb. Mary Stallard
  • Tri chlerigwr trwyddedig:
  • Tri aelodau llegy: Ken Searson, Joan Yates, Matt Osmont
  • Wedi eu hapwyntio ar ôl ymgynghori â CADW, y cymdeithasau amwynder cenedlaethol, yr awdurdodau lleol a Chyngor Archaeoleg Prydain: Frances Lynch Llewellyn, Elinor Gray-Williams, Rory Wilson, Andrew Kepcsyk

Cyswllt: Katie Gill-Williams


Corff Llywodraethol yr Eglwys yng Nghymru

Y Corff Llywodraethol sy’n gyfrifol am benderfyniadau sy’n effeithio ar Ffydd, Trefn ac Addoliad yr Eglwys. Mae ganddo hefyd y grym i greu ‘deddfau a rheolau ar gyfer rheoli’r Eglwys yn gyffredinol a’i llywodraethu’n dda, ac ar gyfer ei heiddo a’i negesau, at ddibenion rheolaeth a llywodraeth dda’r Eglwys.’ Y Corff Llywodraethol yw corff deddfu goruchaf yr Eglwys yng Nghymru – yn fras, felly, Senedd yr Eglwys yng Nghymru. Fel arfer, y mae’n cyfarfod ddwywaith y flwyddyn idderbyn adroddiadau ac i benderfynu ar faterion a roddir gerbron.

Cynrychiolwyr o’r esgobaeth

  • Esgob Bangor
  • Archddiacon: Yr Hyb. Andrew Jones
  • Clerigion a etholwyd tan ddiwedd 2021: Y Parchg Ddr Kevin Ellis, y Parchg Ganon Dylan Williams
  • Clerigion a etholwyd tan ddiwedd 2022: Y Parchg Miriam Beecroft, y Parchg Jon Price 
  • Clerigion a etholwyd tan ddiwedd 2023: Y Parchg Naomi Starkey, y Parchg Richard Wood
  • Cynrychiolwyr lleyg a etholwyd tan ddiwedd 2021: Selwyn Griffith, Geoffrey Howard, Suzi Stafford, Sandra Ward
  • Cynrychiolwyr lleyg a etholwyd tan ddiwedd 2022: Helen Franklin, Daniel Starkey, Gwag
  • Cynrychiolwyr lleyg a etholwyd tan ddiwedd 2023: Susan Fogarty, Wenda Owen, Helen Wilcox

Cynrychiolwyr o'r esgobaeth ar Bwyllgor Sefydlog y Corff Llywodraethol

  • Esgob Bangor
  • Y Parchg Richard Wood
  • Gwag

Corff y Cynrychiolwyr yr Eglwys yng Nghymru

Mae Corff y Cynrychiolwyr yn gyfrifol am warchod asedau’r Eglwys yng Nghymru i sicrhau bod adnoddau ar gael er budd yr Eglwys gyfan. Mae’r adeiladau sy’n eiddo iddo yn galluogi aelodau’r Eglwys i ddod ynghyd i addoli ac i gynnal cyfarfodydd eraill, ac yn cartrefu clerigion yr Eglwys. Defnyddir yr incwm o’r buddsoddiadau y mae’n eu dal i roi grantiau i gynnal gwaith yr Eglwys ym mhob esgobaeth, ac i dalu at bensiynau clerigion.

Cynrychiolwyr o'r esgobaeth

  • Yr Hyb. Mary Stallard
  • The Revd Miriam Beecroft
  • Hywel Parry-Smith

Y Coleg Ethol

Yn yr Eglwys yng Nghymru etholir esgobion gan y Coleg Ethol. Mae’r Coleg yn cynnwys chwech aelod a etholir gan bob esgobaeth (tri aelod lleyg a thri chlerig), gyda deuddeg aelod etholedig o’r esgobaeth y mae’r esgob i’w hethol iddi. Cynhwysir hefyd yr esgobion eraill, ac felly y mae i’r Coleg 47 o aelodau. Mae’r Coleg Ethol yn cyfarfod yn Eglwys Gadeiriol yr esgobaeth wag am hyd at dridiau, ac mae’r trafodaethau yn gyfrinachol. Etholir esgob pan fo un ymgeisydd yn derbyn dwy ran o dair neu ragor o bleidleisiau aelodau’r Coleg.

Cynrychiolwyr o'r esgobaeth

  • Esgob Bangor
  • Cynrychiolwyr chlerigwr
    • Yr Hyb. Mary Stallard
    • Yr Hyb. Andy Herrick
    • Yr Hyb. Andrew Jones
    • Y Parchg Dominic McClean
    • Y Parchg Ganon Emlyn Williams
    • Y Parchg Richard Wood
  • Cynrychiolwyr chlerigwr lleyg
    • Wenda Owen
    • Lis Perkins
    • Geoffrey Howard
    • Susan Stafford
    • Jane Coutts
    • Gwag

Cymraeg

Oversight 


Several constitutionally mandated diocesan and provincial committees share in the oversight of the diocese and the Church in Wales nationally.


Diocesan Council

The Diocesan Council takes responsibility for strategy and resources, encompassing the Diocesan Board of Finance, the Bangor Diocesan Trust and the Diocesan Conference Standing Committee.

Membership

  • Co-Chair: The Bishop of Bangor
  • Lay Co-Chair: Hywel Parry-Smith
  • Archdeacons: The Ven. Andrew Jones, the Ven. Mary Stallard (Chair, Diocesan Board of Finance), the Ven. Andy Herrick
  • Synod Clerical Vice-Chairs: The Revd Canon Emlyn Williams
  • Synod Lay Vice-Chairs: Wenda Owen, Sandra Ward, Geoffrey Howard
  • Up to 4 additional members: The Revd Richard Wood, the Revd Pam Odam, the Revd David Parry, the Revd Jon Price

Diocesan Properties Committee

Diocesan Advisory Committee, Churches and Pastoral Committee, Parsonage Board

The committees that advise and decide on diocesan property matters (including Faculty and grant applications) and that receive Ministry Area Property Development Plans.

Membership

  • Archdeacons: The Ven. Andrew Jones, the Ven. Mary Stallard, the Ven. Andy Herrick
  • A member of the Diocesan Council: The Ven. Mary Stallard
  • Three licensed clerics: Vacant 
  • Three Lay members: Ken Searson, Joan Yates, Matt Osmont
  • Appointment after consultation with CADW, the national amenity societies, the local authorities and the Council for British Archaeology: Frances Lynch Llewellyn, Elinor Gray-Williams, Rory Wilson, Andrew Kepcsyk

Contact: Katie Gill-Williams


The Governing Body of the Church in Wales

The Governing Body is responsible for decisions that affect the Church’s Faith, Order and Worship. It also has powers to make regulations ‘for thegeneral management and good government of the Church, and the property and affairs thereof.’ The Governing Body is the supreme legislature of the Church in Wales, broadly speaking the Parliament of the Church in Wales. It usually meets twice a year to receive reports and make decisions on matters brought before it.

Representatives from the diocese

  • The Bishop of Bangor
  • Archdeacon: The Ven. Andrew Jones
  • Clergy elected until the end of 2021: The Revd Dr Kevin Ellis, the Revd Canon Dylan Williams
  • Clergy elected until the end of 2022: The Revd Miriam Beecroft, the Revd Jon Price
  • Clergy elected until the end of 2023: The Revd Naomi Starkey, the Revd Richard Wood
  • Lay Representatives elected until the end of 2021: Selwyn Griffith, Geoffrey Howard, Suzi Stafford, Sandra Ward
  • Lay Representatives elected until the end of 2022: Helen Franklin, Daniel Starkey, Vacant
  • Lay Representatives elected until the end of 2023: Susan Fogarty, Wenda Owen, Helen Wilcox

Representatives from the diocese of the Standing Committee of the Governing Body

  • The Bishop of Bangor
  • The Revd Richard Wood
  • Vacant

The Representative Body of the Church in Wales

The Representative Body is responsible for looking after the assets of the Church in Wales to ensure that resources are available for the benefit of the whole Church. The buildings it owns enable church members to meet together for worship and other occasions and provide housing the Church’s clergy. The income from the investments it holds is used to provide grants to support the work of the Church in each diocese, and to pay towards clergy pensions.

Representatives from the diocese

  • The Ven. Mary Stallard
  • The Revd Miriam Beecroft
  • Hywel Parry-Smith

Electoral College

In the Church in Wales bishops are elected by the Electoral College. The College is made up of six members elected by each diocese (three lay members and three clergy), with twelve members elected by the diocese to which the Bishop is being elected. With the remaining bishops, this makes a group of 47. The Electoral College meets in the Cathedral of the vacant diocese for up to three days, and its proceedings are confidential. A bishop is elected when one of the candidates receives two-thirds or more of the votes cast by the College.

Representatives from the diocese

  • Esgob Bangor
  • Clerical representatives
    • The Ven. Mary Stallard
    • The Ven. Andy Herrick
    • The Ven. Andrew Jones
    • The Revd Dominic McClean
    • The Revd Canon Emlyn Williams
    • The Revd Richard Wood
  • Lay representatives
    • Wenda Owen
    • Lis Perkins
    • Geoffrey Howard
    • Susan Stafford
    • Jane Coutts 
    • Vacant