A parish church in a Victorian spa town in the heart of Wales will host the election of the next Archbishop of Wales.
The doors of Holy Trinity Church in Llandrindod Wells will be locked for up to three days beginning Sept. 5 as the Electoral College meets inside to choose the 13th Archbishop of the Church in Wales.
The mid-Wales town has been the location for the election of all the Archbishops of Wales since the first in 1920, because of its central location.
The election follows the retirement of the Most Rev. Barry Morgan, who held the office for 14 years. His successor will be chosen from among the six serving Welsh diocesan bishops:
- The Rt. Rev. Gregory Cameron, Bishop of St. Asaph
- The Rt. Rev. John Davies, Bishop of Swansea and Brecon
- The Rt. Rev. Andrew John, Bishop of Bangor
- The Rt. Rev. June Osborne, Bishop of Llandaff
- The Rt. Rev. Richard Pain, Bishop of Monmouth
- The Rt. Rev. Joanna Penberthy, Bishop of St. Davids
Adapted from Anna Morrell, Church in Wales