The Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, will retire next week after nearly 14 years at the helm of the Church in Wales and 24 years as a Bishop.
Dr Morgan, who is the longest serving archbishop in the worldwide Anglican Communion and also one of the longest serving Bishops, will retire on his 70th birthday.
He will also retire as Bishop of Llandaff but will continue his work and engagements in both roles as normal until then.
During his tenure as Archbishop, Dr Morgan has championed many changes in the Church in Wales, including a change in its law to enable women to be ordained as bishops.
Earlier this month the Revd Canon Joanna Penberthy was consecrated as Bishop of St Davids in what was described as "an historic" day for the Church in Wales.