The Word, Fellowship, and Mission – Features of Baptists in Wales through the Centuries

With Prof. Emeritus D. Densil Morgan

Densil Morgan was raised in Calfaria, Morriston. He was a student at the Baptist colleges, Coleg Gwyn in Bangor and Regent’s Park, Oxford. He was ordained to the ministry at Calfaria, Pen-y-Groes in 1982 and then moved to Tabor, Crosshands and Penrhiwgoch until 1988 when he was appointed to lecture in  the school of theology at Bangor University. Between 1989 and 1994 he was the assistant minister at Moriah, Y Gaerwen and Pen Carneddi, Anglesey and from 1996 onwards the Warden of Coleg Gwyn. He became Professor of Theology in Bangor in 2005 and moved to the theology department of the University  of Wales Trinity St David in Lampeter in 2010 where he has since become Professor Emeritus. He has written on religious history and theology in Wales and beyond. He and his wife Ann are members and deacons at Noddfa, Lampeter.