A 500 year-old mural in the small Vale church of St Cadoc's in Llancarfan will be celebrated at an event later this evening.
It will mark more than four years of major conservation work in the church.
The intricate early 16th Century screen has been returned to its former glory by a team of three specialists over the last six months.
The work included the discovery and restoration of Medieval wall paintings of the St George and the Dragon and the Seven Deadly Sins.
The project was generously supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund Wales, among others.
Conservator Hugh Harrison says, 'Canopy work like the reredos at Llancarfan can be found in the choir in almost every cathedral and major church in England and Wales, but none of these grand arrays of woodwork are coloured and gilded as at Llancarfan.'
The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams is spending his last day in the job. He's spent ten years leading the Church of England. The 62 year old, who was born in Swansea, is the 104th man to hold the role.
He leaves the Church of England battling to resolve long-running negotiations over the introduction of women bishops after legislation to introduce the first female bishops was defeated last month at the General Synod.
He'll now take up the posts of Master of Magdalene College Cambridge and chairman of the board of trustees of Christian Aid, the international development agency.
A vicar from Mid Wales is hoping to raise thousands of pounds for charity after driving a tractor to every cathedral in Wales.
Rev Richard Kirlew made the trip to raise awareness of struggling rural communities, and was encouraging donations to charities and organisations that support farmers.
His journey, which began last Monday, took in St Davids, Bangor, St Asaph, Newport and Llandaff, ending up in Brecon.
Accompanied by his wife, the couple slept in a caravan towed by the JCB. Their maximum speed was 40mph, but Rev Kirlew said fellow drivers were extremely patient on all the roads.
"We’ve pulled in regularly to let faster drivers pass and lorries have flashed their lights in a supportive way!" he said.
"The main aim has been to raise awareness of the problems facing rural communities in Wales – there’s a perception everyone living in the countryside is rich but poverty, declining village life and isolation are real issues which are getting worse.”